The AK-47 is one of the most dominant weapons in the game, here’s how to make it even better.
The AK-47 has been a staple of most Call of Duty games, appearing in almost all of them. However, one of its main drawbacks has always been its accuracy, with a very high kick on the weapon each time you shoot. Players have found a set of attachments in Black Ops Cold War which give the AK-47 no recoil, making it the best gun in the game. Here, we’ll show you the class of Chicago OpTic’s Dashy, and the no recoil class.
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Chicago OpTic’s Brandon “Dashy” Otell was one of the first to jump onto the AK-47 train along with fellow professional, James “Clayster” Eubanks. Dashy’s class utilises the gunfighter wildcard, giving him eight attachments and allowing him to make the most of his weapon. For Dashy’s class, you’ll want to use the following attachments:
- Kobra Sight
- Muzzle Break
- 18.2” Takedown Barrel
- Steady Aim Laser
- Speed Tape Handle
- Taped Mag
- Tactical Stock
This class improves the AK-47 across the board, with only a 5% decrease in sprint speed. This makes it extremely good at long range gunfights, but also viable in close quarters.
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No Recoil Class
This class setups only requires 5 attachments, and therefore the gunfighter wildcard is not needed. Not only does it have no recoil, it effectively had negative recoil. When shooting the gun with these attachments, your bullets will shoot further down the more you spray. For the negative recoil class, you’ll want to use the following attachments:
- KGB Eliminator Muzzle
- 18.2” VDV Reinforced Barrel
- Spetsnaz Grip
- VDV 50 RND Fast Mag
- GRU Elastic Grip
In the reddit post below, you can see a demonstration of this class.
AK-47 has negative vertical recoil with attachments? ? : blackopscoldwar (reddit.com)
It is likely that this combination of attachments isn’t meant to have this result, so try this class as soon as possible as it may be patched soon.
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