News - The Holger 26 Is The Best Lmg Warzone 2. Best Attachment Setups
This is the series where I go into great detail with all the stats as well as some excellent attachment combinations for every gun in Modern Warfare 3, and in today's episode, we're going to be wrapping it up for the lmg category, at least for the launch lmgs with the Horgar 26.
Damage & multipliers
And starting it off as always let's have a look at our damage profile and with this gun it's always going to be a five to six shot kill to the body, and it's quite interesting to note that it doesn't matter where in the body you're shooting them it will take you the same number of shots to kill in saying that though when we want to mix head shot in the maximum damage range mixing just one head shot in with torso shots, will result in a four-shot kill whereas if you hit too many leg shots in that scenario then it's going to take you more than one head shot so that's really the only situation where these body multipliers are going to matter, aside from that it's going to be an incredibly consistent gun Next, let's get into our rate of fire, which is 76 rounds per minute.
Rate of fire & time to kill
What this means for our time to kill potential is that with a five-shot kill, this is 340 milliseconds. And to be honest, that time to kill is a little bit below average; it's not a highly competitive time to kill, but I do want to remind you that this is nearly identical to the time to kill the body with the MCW, which is widely regarded as being one of the best guns in the game CU.
It has various other upsides that it shares in common with the hogar, and the first big upside is the fact that head shots are incredibly effective with this gun. Like I said in that maximum damage range you just need to mix one single head shot in with those body shots in order to get a four shot kill which gives you a time to kill of 255.
Ranges & velocity
5 milliseconds and that is a very fast time to kill in this game that's going to beat out most SMGs up close, so just because the base body time to kill up close is a bit on the slower side that doesn't mean you should completely dismiss this gun because it has a ton of other upsides with it , in either case let's get into our ranges and as we can see here our maximum damage range where that one head shot is really going to matter is about 32 M so not bad at all and then our five shot kill anywhere in the body this will extend out to about 46 M and anything beyond that will result in a six shot kill Additionally, our bullet velocity is the slowest in the LMG category, but I mean, it's still great at 790 m/s.
On most of the 6v6 maps, this should generally never be an issue for you, and now let's get into hardcore game modes. With this gun, it's going to be a guaranteed one-shot kill anywhere in the body out to 46 M, and then anything beyond that will be a two-shot kill unless it's a head shot. This does have an infinite one-shot kill potential.
As for hipfire, the Huler 26 is actually pretty good for an LMG; it's got a standard minimum hit-fire spread if you're just standing still, but most importantly, our maximum hipfire spread when we're moving and shooting Our gun is 7.5 def per second, which is actually pretty close to average for an assault rifle rather than an LMG.
Then let's take a look at our recoil, and this is one of the areas where the hogar does quite well. It is quite an accurate gun; it kicks upward with a very consistent lean to the right; it's a nice straightforward recoil pattern; no crazy zigzags; not a lot of bouncing side to side or anything; it is quite easy to control and predict this recoil pattern, and therefore I consider the hogar to be one of the more accurate lmgs.
Handling & reload add time
After that, let's move on to our handling stats. Our aim-down sight speed is actually great for an LMG; it's the best in the LMG category at 300 M seconds, and it's a pretty similar story with our sprint-out time, which is tied as being the best for the LMG category at 210 M seconds. As for our reload ad time, this is not bad but also not great at 2.39 seconds; it's obviously very noticeably faster than the belt-fed lmgs.
But if you did compare this to something like an assault rifle, this is still.
Quite slow, and then finally, for the base stats of this gun, let's have a look at our mobility stats. For every one of our movement speeds, it's either going to be the best in the lmg category or it's at least tied as being the best in the lmg category, so mobility is an area where this gun actually excels, at least as far as lmgs go, and with that, that's going to wrap up all of the base stats of the Huler 26.
Holger 26 - accuracy build
Now it's time to get into some excellent attachment combinations for this gun and the first one I wanted to share as per usual is my accuracy build and with this particular setup I'm using the RF Crown 50 muzzle that's the one that I just found to be best with this particular style of recoil, we've got the huler Factory Barrel which helps with recoil a bit but more importantly it also significantly improves our damage range as well as our bullet velocity so this makes it even better at those longer ranges, we've got the Mark II reflector optic on there the ascent Lord stock, and then finally the M 20 grip which not only helps with recoil control this one also helps with Flinch resistance so that's just an added benefit for using this gun at longer ranges as well you're not going to be flinching off Target nearly as much when you get shot.
And with this particular setup, as you can see, it is a very accurate gun. It still does have a bit of a diagonal pattern where it's kicking upward and a bit to the right, but everything's just so much tighter together with this, and it's still a very easy pattern to control and predict, so you should find that accuracy is not a problem with this.
Our aim-down sight speed is noticeably slower than the base version of the hogar, but it's still technically better than average for lmgs at 370 milliseconds. That is a very reasonable aim-down sight speed for a long-range build, and it's pretty similar to our Sprint out time. Yes, it's a bit slower than the base version of the hogar, but, I mean, it's still not bad at all for an LMG at 227 milliseconds.
On top of that, since we are using that hogar factory barrel, our range values have increased by 30%, which is a huge increase, and our bullet velocity has increased up to 873 M/s, which is quite nice if you're taking those extremely long-range gunfights. So that's the first one, and honestly, it's an excellent setup if you plan on keeping yourself at a bit of a distance. Not only is it very accurate, but it also has very reasonable handling stats for a long-range LMG build.