The Stoner 63 is one of the best long-range weapons in Warzone Season 4, and is debatably the best LMG in the whole game.
While the debate between running the FARA 83 and the C58 rifles continues to rage, there are a lot of players who are turning to the Stoner for their long-range needs due to its large magazine size and easy to control recoil, at least with the right loadout. Many are choosing to pair it with a short-range weapon like the Mac-10 or the Mp7 for those CQB fights.
We put together the most powerful meta build for the Stoner that absolutely shreds enemies at long range in Warzone Season 4.
Best attachments for the Stoner 63 in Warzone Season 4
- Agency Suppressor
- 21.8" Task Force barrel
- 3x Axial Optic
- Field Agent Grip
- Fast Mags
The suppressor in this build serves a dual purpose. Of course, it will help keep you off the map and limit your exposure to enemies while you engaging in firefights. Perhaps more importantly, the reduction of recoil from the suppressor is a really nice added benefit for this gun, which has quite the kick by default.
21.8" Task Force barrel
The 21.8" Task Force barrel for the stoner adds extra bullet velocity, better damage range, and just a base increase to the gun's damage. In exchange, you take a hit to your ammo capacity, but with a gun like the Stoner, you have more than enough ammo to play around with. This is perhaps the most important attachment to this loadout since it drastically increases this gun's ranged effectiveness.
3x Axial Optic
The 3x Axial Optic, or another scoped optic, is the perfect combination with the Stoner. The Axial Optic in particular features a low amount of visual recoil, which can make a huge difference when you are trying to track targets at longer ranges.
Field Agent Grip
The Field Agent Grip is an obvious choice to go with this loadout. When the recoil reduction from the suppressor and the Field Agent Grip are combined, the Stoner's handling becomes pretty close to your standard rifle. Now granted, you still have that long LMG aim-down-sights time, but while shooting this gun feels like a heavier hitting AR, which is exactly what this loadout is looking to achieve.
While some people might run the extended magazine on this rifle, I personally would rather have a faster reload in the first place. The 75 Rnd starting magazine size is more than enough bullets to play with, so I don't think most people will benefit from having more bullets. The Fast Mags give the Stoner an extra 25% reload quickness, which is a significant bump and will be much more useful throughout the average match.
Aaron is an esports reporter with a background in media, technology, and communication education.