Best RAM-7 build for MW3 Warzone
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Best RAM-7 build for MW3 Warzone

Another powerful assault rifle enters the fray.

The RAM-7 is a deadly addition to MW3, cementing itself as a hard-hitting assault rifle. This weapon has clear strengths and weaknesses, and I’ll show you how to make the most of them with this build:

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Best RAM-7 loadout in Warzone

The RAM-7 has an impressive TTK (time to kill), but this power is offset with punchy Recoil. Fortunately, the weapon is manageable with the right attachments and can be built to its strengths. Here are the attachments I recommend:

RAM-7 Attachments

  • Stock: HVS 3.4 Pad
  • Barrel: XRK Coremark 40 Heavy Barrel
  • Underbarrel: Bruen Heavy Support Grip
  • Muzzle: Shadowstrike Suppressor
  • Magazine: 60 Round Drum

HVS 3.4 Pad

As recoil control is essential to the RAM-7, we’re using the HVS 3.4 Pad. This stock reduces Gun Kick by a whopping 20%. We also gain bonuses to horizontal and vertical Recoil Control. You’ll notice this as a theme with my other attachment choices, as the weapon is hard to control otherwise.

The RAM-7 feels so good with this stock; it’s a mandatory attachment on the build.

XRK Coremark 40 Heavy Barrel

The XRK Coremark Heavy Barrel grants massive bonuses to our Damage Range and Bullet Velocity. We also gain buffs to Recoil control, which helps maintain long-range accuracy. 

We take minor penalties to mobility, but we won’t be running around with this gun like it’s an SMG.

Bruen Heavy Support Grip

We have the Bruen Heavy Support Grip, rounding off our Recoil-reducing attachments. This Underbarrel is fantastic for handling and reduces Vertical Kick. 

With this attachment, we take a minor penalty to ADS Speed, but the buffs are worth it.

Shadowstrike Suppressor

The Shadowstrike Suppressor offers an easy way to keep us off the radar and has no stat penalties. We could use similar Muzzles to reduce Recoil too, but at the expense of ADS Speed.

I always want my guns to feel as snappy as possible, so I prioritize a quick ADS time whenever possible.

60 Round Drum

I swear by extended magazines, especially in Warzone, where most players have armor. 60 rounds is more than enough to take on multiple opponents and recklessly spray if needed. We take a few mobility penalties with this attachment, but the pros outweigh the cons.

If you’re okay with the default magazine size, you could swap this out for an Optic, like the MK .3 Reflector. I don’t recommend this in Warzone, but it’s fine in regular multiplayer.

This build makes the RAM-7 an absolute powerhouse at mid-range and beyond. If you want to use this gun as a backup for a Sniper Loadout, check out our in-depth One Shot Kill Sniper loadout.


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Anthony is a freelance writer for PC Invasion and has worked in the industry for four years. He's furiously competitive and is always looking for the next big multiplayer hit. Anthony thrives in high-stakes games like Escape From Tarkov and Sea of Thieves. He is also passionate about speedrunning and always looks forward to the next GDQ and ESA events. When he's not grinding leaderboards, Anthony enjoys visiting Arcades, retro gaming, and horror movies.