The GS Magna is a fearsome semi-automatic pistol in Warzone Season 6 that bears striking similarities to an old classic, the Desert Eagle. While its raw power is undeniable, its significant recoil presents a challenge, making it tailored for close quarters.
This guide takes the firepower of the GS Magna and doubles it with the notorious Akimbo attachment. Our loadout transforms the pistol into a dual-wielded close-range terror, optimised for hip firing with enhanced bullet velocity and exceptional recoil control in Warzone Season 6.
Best Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone GS Magna Loadout
The best GS Magna loadout in Warzone is:
Barrel: SA Tyrant Fifty
Muzzle: EXF Fifty GS
Underbarrel: EXF Backdraft Grip
Rear Grip: GS Magna Akimbo
Magazine: 13-Round Mag
What Does Each Attachment Do For The GS Magna in Warzone Season 6?
The SA Tyrant Fifty barrel is exceptional at extending the GS Magna’s effective range. It amplifies bullet velocity and damage range, with the added benefit of reducing the pistol’s inherent recoil. The EXF Fifty GS Muzzle includes sound suppression to help keep you off the radar when pushing enemies in close quarters. It also smoothens and controls recoil, while increasing bullet velocity. As this loadout leans heavily on the Akimbo setup, the ADS (Aim Down Sight) related drawbacks of these attachments are irrelevant.
The EXF Backdraft Grip boosts hip-fire accuracy and hip-fire recoil control. The added steadiness it offers is vital for those split-second engagements. The GS Magna Akimbo Reargrip is the cornerstone of this loadout, allowing players to dual-wield the GS Magna. While this approach does limit precision by preventing ADS capabilities, it absolutely dominates in close-quarter confrontations thanks to a dramatically reduced TTK (Time To Kill).
Finally, the 13-Round Mag is essential in Warzone. Its capacity ensures players aren’t frequently reloading mid-fight, allowing for sustained engagements and the ability to tackle multiple opponents consecutively.
The GS Magna, when equipped with these attachments, becomes a force in close-quarter engagements. While it demands adaptability, those who master its rhythm will find that it’s a game-changer in Warzone Season 6.