This air-cooled open bolt 5.56 light machine gun features a competitive rate of fire and excellent stability that will dominate the mid to long range battlefield.
For full disclosure, the Bruen MK9 is not necessarily the most popular gun in Warzone, and it is not difficult to see why. It represents the mantra “jack of all trades, master of none” among LMGs. It can hold its own at almost any range, but it is not truly overwhelming in terms of fire rate or TTK. However, that is not necessarily a bad thing either. The biggest weakness of the Bruen MK9 is mobility, then again, what LMG’s isn’t?
- Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel – XRK Summit 26.8″
- Laser – Tac Laser
- Optic – VLK 3.0x Optic
- Ammunition – 60 Round Mags
The Monolithic Suppressor, as the prevalent attachment within Warzone, boosts damage and range while simultaneously suppressing fire. The XRK Summit 26.8″ increases bullet velocity and damage range while decreasing recoil. The Tac Laser increases ADS speed and aiming stability, while the VLK 3.0x Optic increases zoom, which can be useful from mid-far range. The 60 Round Mags are a compromise between a large mag and movement that is not severely compromised.
Damage: The pros with LMGs remain consistent in this game, as the damage all-around is solid for the Bruen MK9
Recoil: The cons remain the same as well, as command of recoil can be harsh in Warzone.
Mobility: Moving around with the Bruen MK9 is not necessarily easy either. It can be slow and cumbersome.