Best Weapon Loadouts | Mafia 3

Weapon loadouts are combinations of two guns in Mafia 3. The best weapon combos are made up of guns that complement each other.
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For example, one that is accurate and weak, and another that’s strong and inaccurate. Getting a good combination is vital to your survival, because no single gun can be used in every situation. In this guide, we’re going to show you the best weapon loadouts in Mafia 3.

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Best weapon combos in Mafia 3

There are several great loadouts, depending on your play style and what you need. Of course, if you’re not picky and don’t like to overthink things, you could just use whatever your current enemies are using – that way you will never be left wanting for ammo.

If you do want to use specific weapons, here are some loadouts that work great:
  • Barker 390 shotgun + Elling 9MM handgun – This is a great starter kit. Both weapons are relatively cheap and useful in their own right, if you don’t care about making noise and dealing with police. The shotgun is devastating at short range, while the pistol is accurate and can work miracles at mid range if your aim is any good.
  • Mayweather .30 rifle + Masterson Phoenix revolver – If you don’t require a scoped weapon, this rifle is a great choice. It works at long ranges and has a high rate of fire. It’s great for cleaning up from a distance. If they manage to get near, the revolver will help you pick them off.
  • Silenced Masterson pistol + Viper 55 sniper rifle – If you find a good sniping spot, the enemies won’t be able to find you as you take them out with your sniper, one by one. If you get tired of it, you just switch to the pistol and get into the fray.
  • Silenced Deacon .22 pistol + Silenced M1N8 semi-automatic – If you’re looking to pass undetected, this might be the choice for you. The pistol is pretty accurate, so it’s great for picking enemies from a distance without alarming them, while the SMG is good at cleaning up.
If you have a favorite loadout, feel free to share it in the comments.

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