Underused akimbo pistols have one of the best TTKs in Warzone

Underused akimbo pistols have one of the best TTKs in Warzone
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Written by 

Alex Garton


13th May 2024 15:45

Close-quarter combat in Warzone Season 3 Reloaded is dominated by a select set of Submachine Guns & Assault Rifles that make short work of anyone in their path.

These include the powerful Striker 9 with its deadly accuracy or the BP50 equipped with the JAK Revenger Conversion Kit. However, it may be time to examine the secondary category, as a set of akimbo pistols is currently under the radar.

WhosImmortal has discovered the ultimate build for these pint-sized pistols, and they have one of the best TTKs in the entirety of Warzone.

WSP Stinger akimbo has a ridiculous TTK in Warzone


  • Rear Grip: Akimbo WSP Stinger
  • Magazine: 32 Rond Mag
  • Laser: XTEN Sidearm-L400
  • Barrel: HISS Short Light Barrel
  • Muzzle: S-37C DL Breacher Device S

When taking on opponents in face-to-face combat, two guns are always going to be stronger than one, and that's certainly the case with the akimbo WSP Stinger.

While RNG will always play a part in akimbo setups due to the lack of ADS, they also typically kill opponents at lightning-fast speeds. The loadout above can reach a blistering 520ms TTK if all bullets hit the target, which puts it at the very top tier in terms of damage output.

Mobility is another strength of this setup, with it allowing you to rush into buildings and catch foes off-guard before they have a chance to respond.

How popular is the WSP Stinger in Warzone?

WSP Stinger pistol akimbo
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Stats-wise, the WSP Stinger has a 0.7% pick rate, according to WZStats, which is quite low for a Modern Warfare 3 weapon.

This likely comes down to the fact that it's a secondary and also that akimbo can be a dealbreaker for a lot of players. However, if you're someone who loves having two guns in hand and is craving the fastest TTK possible, there's no reason not to run the WSP Stinger.

Alex Garton
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Alex Garton
Alex is a Senior Writer at GGRecon. With a BA (Hons) in English, he has previously written for Dexerto & Gfinity. Specialising in Call of Duty & Apex Legends, he loves (attempting) to improve his aim in competitive shooters and will always make time for a single-player RPG.
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