There are a wide variety of different weapons players can use in their Call of Duty: Modern Warfare battles. One of these weapons is the M4A1 assault rifle. This particular firearm has risen to be considered the best weapon available in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This status at the top gun in the high-profile game has led many players to try and figure out what attachments they should use on their M4A1 in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. With this in mind, we have gathered together the attachments we believe are the best for this powerful gun.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Best M4A1 Attachments

There are a total of 9 different attachments areas you can customize for the M4A1 in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. These areas are the muzzle, barrel, laser, optic, stock, underbarrel, ammunition, rear grip, and perk. You can find the attachments we feel are the best for their specific group and the benefits they provide below:

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Best M4A1 Attachments

Muzzle - Compensator

The compensator offers Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players with improvements in accuracy and control to their M4A1. These bonuses, combined with the already powerful nature of this weapon, allowing players to take down enemy players without too much trouble. 

Barrel - Stock M16 Grenadier

Players who utilize the Stock M16 Grenadier barrel will see increases for damage range, bullet velocity, and recoil control. These three areas provide individuals a definite advantage over those who are not using the Stock M16 Grenadier barrel on their Call of Duty: Modern Warfare M4A1. 

Laser - Tac Laser

This game's tac laser is the best laser players can equip to this particular weapon. Bonuses in aim down sight speed, aiming stability, and aim walking steadiness make the tac laser the most beneficial laser to use on your M4A1. 

Optic - G.I. Mini Reflex

Now, there are plenty of optics that provide considerable bonuses to this assault rifle and are very viable attachments. However, we feel the G.I. Mini reflex is the best all-around sight thanks to its ability to have success in any situation where other optics may struggle depending on range and environment. 

Stock - M-16 Stock

Those who use the M-16 Stock for this firearm will see noticeable increases in accuracy and control. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has the most realistic recoil system of any entry in the popular franchise. This realistic recoil system means players will not go wrong by picking the M-16 stock to help them control the M4A1. 

Underbarrel - Ranger Foregrip

The Ranger Foregrip is an excellent choice for any player to use on their assault rifle thanks to the positive increases it provides to your weapon's accuracy, range, and control. These increases help make sure you hit all of their shots no matter the distance. 

Ammunition - 60-Round Mags

You can never have enough bullets. The 60-round mags for this gun will make sure that you can take down an entire enemy team without having to reload. This attachment also makes sure you do not sacrifice power or ammo capacity like some of the other choices you have in this attachment group.

Rear Grip - Rubberized Grip Tape

Accuracy is one of the most important aspects of any first-person shooter. This fact is why the rubberized grip tape is the best attachment in the rear grip class for the M4A1 in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, as it provides the most significant boost to accuracy for players.

Perk - Frangible - Wounding

The frangible wounding perk is an excellent choice for being one of your attachments on this weapon. It delays the healing of enemy players when you shoot them. This will allow you and your teammates to have a much longer window when it comes to having a weakened enemy fighting against you.

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