This modular 5.56 weapon platform is lightweight and manoeuvrable, with exceptional range. Precision engineering and world class after-market barrels give this weapon extreme potential.
The Grau 5.56 has become part of the upper echelon of guns for Call of Duty players both experienced and new since its introduction as part of the season 2 Battle Pass. For its combination of formidability, potency, and agility, it is not particularly difficult to see why. As a fast-firing fully automatic assault rifle, the learning curve to use it is nearly non-existent.
- Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel – Tempus 26.4” Archangel
- Laser – Tac Laser
- Underbarrel – Commando Foregrip
- Ammunition – 60 Round Mags
Although the Grau is already among the higher caliber of assault rifles in the category of range, the Monolithic Suppressor serves to extend that distance to nearly unparalleled degree among its counterparts. The Tempus 26.4” Archangel improves bullet velocity and damage range while slightly compromising ADS, which is offset by the inclusion of the Tac Laser while simultaneously improving aiming stability and aim walking steadiness. The Commando Foregrip helps reduce the visual impact of slightly irregular recoil patterns while the 60 Round Mags maximize the amount of kills that could potentially be contained within a single clip.
Range: Aside from the FAL and Oden, the Grau has the best effective damage distance of any ARs while being full-auto with a solid cycle rate.
Fire Rate: As a full-auto option with a massive mag, the Grau can rip through rounds with ease.
Time-to-Kill: The Grau’s impressive range is balanced out by a lacklustre TTK which can make it inefficient in comparison to other ARs in various situations.
Range Drop Off: The drop-off from solid damage to doing nearly nothing can be steep and costly to a player in the wrong situation more so with the Grau than any other gun as a side effect of its poor TTK.