Best MAC-10 loadout in CoD Mobile Season 3

Nathan Warby
MAC-10 in CoD Mobile

CoD Mobile Season 3 sees Black Ops Cold War’s rapid-firing SMG, the MAC-10, join the ever-growing lineup of weapons. Here’s the best MAC-10 loadout you can build to help you dominate the new season.

CoD Mobile Season 3 is here, and there’s plenty of fresh content for players to dive into. Not only is there a Snoop Dogg Operator to get hold of, but there’s also a brand new weapon in the form of the MAC-10 SMG.

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The MAC-10 is plucked straight out of Black Ops Cold War, and fits in perfectly with Season 3’s retro theme.

Before you take the new SMG to the streets of Miami, you’ll need to make sure you have the strongest possible setup. So, here’s the best MAC-10 loadout for CoD Mobile Season 3.

Best CoD Mobile MAC-10 loadout attachments

MAC-10 on the wall in Cod Mobile
  • Muzzle: Agency Supressor
  • Barrel: 6.2″ Cavalry Barrel
  • Stock: SAS Combat Stock
  • Underbarrel: Striker Foregrip
  • Ammunition: STANAG 53 Round Extended Reload

The MAC-10 is a devastating close-range weapon, so our build focuses specifically on speed and keeping some of its recoil under wraps. By equipping these attachments, this new brand-new gun is perfect for getting into enemies’ faces.

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Kicking things off we chose the Agency Suppressor, not only to keep shots silenced but also to curb some of the vertical recoil the MAC-10 has. Next up, we went for the 6.2″ Calvary Barrel to give the SMG a slight boost in range to help it in mid-range fights, and a huge increase in bullet speed.

We then picked the SAS Combat Stock for a drastic boost in both ADS speed and sprint-to-fire speed. Pair this with the Striker Foregrip, which also boosts ADS speed as well as overall movement speed, and you have the ideal rushing weapon.

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Finally, we rounded out our MAC-10 loadout with STANAG 53 Round Extended Reload Ammunition. The weapon chews through rounds incredibly quickly, so extra ammo capacity lets you stay in the fight for longer without worrying about reloading.

Best perks for MAC-10 CoD Mobile loadout

CoD Mobile Lightweight perkActivision Blizzard
  • Red Perk: Lightweight
  • Green Perk: Vulture
  • Blue Perk: Dead Silence

The MAC-10 is most at home in close-range encounters, so Lightweight’s boost to your movement speed will let you push the enemy team quicker and get straight into the action.

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Even though we’ve picked mags with extra capacity, Vulture is needed for keeping them stocked, as its easy to burn through dozen of rounds in seconds.

Lastly, Dead Silence will make your footsteps quieter so you can easily get the drop on foes and deal with them before they have time to react.

How to unlock MAC-10 in CoD Mobile

CoD Mobile characters holding weapons

To get your hands on the MAC-10 in CoD Mobile Season 3, all you have to do is reach Tier 21 of the Radical Raid Battle Pass.

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Luckily, this is one of the tiers available to every player for free, so you won’t have to fork over any cash to grab the latest weapon.

Best alternatives to MAC-10 in CoD Mobile

If you’re looking for a great close-quarters weapon but the MAC-10 isn’t hitting right, the PPSh-41 is also a fine choice.

However, if you’d prefer a shotgun over an SMG, the fully-auto JAK-12 or R9-0 from Modern Warfare are more than effective enough.

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For more on CoD Mobile, check out our guide on the best settings for both Multiplayer and Battle Royale.

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About The Author

Nathan is a Senior Writer for CharlieIntel and Dexerto, primarily covering FIFA and Call of Duty, as well as general gaming news and guides. After leaving university with a degree in Sports Studies and a master's degree in Magazine Journalism, he took on a role as a local news reporter before moving into games media. You can contact Nathan by email at [email protected].