Minimum/No Recoil Grau Loadout For Warzone

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Below is our recommended Grau loadout. Our other weapon loadout guides can be found here.

The Grau is easily one of the most comfortable guns to use in Warzone, after the M4A1. What's more, you can customize it to achieve almost 'zero' recoil. Just like our minimum/no recoil M4A1 build, we have a minimum/no recoil build for the Grau too.

The Grau has gained quite a bit of popularity recently, thanks to its ease of aim via its extremely accurate iron sight. The Grau can give players an edge when it comes to ADS speed since using optics on your gun reduces it. With no optic, you have faster ADS speed, and the best part is that the iron sight on Grau is terrific, making up for the lack of optics.

Combined with some other attachments, this gun is unstoppable. Below we have a custom loadout for the Grau and have set out all the attachments you need to get the best out of this gun in Warzone (both Battle Royale and Plunder). This loadout is suitable for medium to slightly high range engagements.

For this build, you need to rank up your Grau to level 56. You can check our guide on how to level up your weapon, player, and battle pass tier fast. We also have a guide on all the attachments for every weapon along with their unlock level requirements.

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For the Muzzle, as always, you need to choose Monolithic Suppressor. This suppressor should be your "go-to" suppressor on pretty much every gun. It is the best suppressor for all gun types.

It not only suppresses your weapon, but also gives you a slightly higher damage range.

The Monolithic Suppressor unlocks at level 56.


The Barrel is where you get the core features in your weapon loadout, and therefore choosing a Barrel is critical. You need to choose Tempus 26.4" Arcangel Barrel. It gives you increased damage range, bullet velocity, and also better recoil control.

The Barrel also gives you different iron sights on your Grau. The two best iron sights are found on either the Tempus 26.4" Arcangel or the FFS 20.8" Nexus. These two are the most popular among players. The Tempus 26.4" Arcangel is the recommended Barrel for this build. However, feel free to alternate between the two and decide what works best for you.

The FSS 20.8" Nexus is also similar to the Tempus 26.4" Arcangel in terms of stats, but it has a slight decrease in accuracy and control. On the other hand, it has a minor increase in mobility which is not noticeable.

The Tempus 26.4" Arcangel unlocks at level 36, and the FSS 20.8" Nexus unlocks at level 57


Go with Tac Laser as your Laser attachment. The Tac Laser contributes the most towards your ADS speed. With the Grau, the Tac Laser increases not only your ADS speed but also your aiming stability and aim walking steadiness, giving you overall better control of your gun, even during movement such as strafing while aiming.

The Tac Laser for the Grau unlocks at level 52.


For your Underbarrel, choose the Commando Foregrip as it provides better recoil control and stabilization. Some may argue you should go with the Ranger Foregrip, and that is completely fine. You can also go with that Underbarrel, but it reduces your ADS speed, and aim walking movement speed, giving you overall reduced mobility.

The Commando Foregrip unlocks at level 4.


Of course, your last attachment should be Ammunition and a 60 Round Mag in that. You will come across squads in Warzone, and to take them all out quickly you need to ensure that you have enough ammo for the whole lot of them!

You do not want to run out of ammo when engaged in a gunfight with someone, let alone a squad of three. It is recommended that you go with the 60 Round Mag as your Ammunition attachment.

If you are playing solo, then you can consider some other attachment to improve the mobility aspects of your weapon, but for regular Warzone with squads of three or four, the 60 Round Mag is a must. It unlocks at level 39.

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