What are the best attachments for the AN-94?

#21deoxxysPosted 2/13/2013 2:15:04 PM
Select Fire/ext mags

lightweight/ghost
toughness/scavenger
dexerity

then it has firerate and movement speed of SMG
Damage/Range of a GOOD Ass Rifle
Low Recoil

Whats not to love?

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#22gameflakPosted 2/13/2013 2:15:21 PM
Probably stock and suppressor. If you can afford it, quickdraw can be a nice addition too. While I know it's not supposed to do anything, there's less visual recoil at longer ranges with grip.
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#23chessmyantidrugPosted 2/13/2013 2:22:40 PM
deoxxys posted...
Select Fire/ext mags

lightweight/ghost
toughness/scavenger
dexerity

then it has firerate and movement speed of SMG
Damage/Range of a GOOD Ass Rifle
Low Recoil

Whats not to love?


You forgot stock.

Also, lol@select fire.
#24DtheBruiserPosted 2/13/2013 2:29:54 PM
chessmyantidrug posted...
deoxxys posted...
Select Fire/ext mags

lightweight/ghost
toughness/scavenger
dexerity

then it has firerate and movement speed of SMG
Damage/Range of a GOOD Ass Rifle
Low Recoil

Whats not to love?


You forgot stock.

Also, lol@select fire.


On this gun, select fire is no laughing matter. If you are good with semi auto/burst guns this thing is a beast
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#25IronMonkey008Posted 2/13/2013 2:40:31 PM
iiTryhard posted...
what is with this board and its love for stock?

Is it because it makes the game spazz out and give you juggernaut like it did in MW3?


1. So you can ADS in Ghost
2. Lets you compete with SMG by not camping

Anyway Only thing that is a much is like already said by everyone is Stock, Try whatever you want and works for you as your second (or third). I always go with Stock and Silencer, but I had some really good success with stock and Extended Mags and was getting those chains. I still prefer silencer but now debating primary gunfighter and extended mags.
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#26Gunther482Posted 2/13/2013 2:42:24 PM
Stock/Suppressor. The suppressor gets rid of the muzzle flash and really helps to make the irons more usable.

Stock is frankly the best attachment for any assault rifle in my opinion so I'd have it on the AN94 on any set up.
#27igashijinPosted 2/13/2013 3:09:06 PM
Stock for sure.

My secondary preference is select fire.
My runner up preference (and winner of the primary gunfighter award) is foregrip/quickdraw.

The irons on the AN-94 are incredible IMO, so I rarely use optics. Even the TF feels like a downgrade.

Recently, I've been experimenting with the AN-94 rocking smoke grenades and a MMS; that, admittedly, has been pretty fun.

The AN-94 is one of the most versatile guns in the game, and that's one of it's huge strengths. Almost any attachment can be pretty great on it, to be honest. Even the foregrip has a pretty noticeable effect.
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#28igashijinPosted 2/13/2013 3:11:48 PM
chessmyantidrug posted...
deoxxys posted...
Select Fire/ext mags

lightweight/ghost
toughness/scavenger
dexerity

then it has firerate and movement speed of SMG
Damage/Range of a GOOD Ass Rifle
Low Recoil

Whats not to love?


You forgot stock.

Also, lol@select fire.


Select Fire on the AN-94 actually changes the gun's core characteristics, even compared to fully automatic in burst mode. 900 RPM vs 600 RPM is pretty significant, as there is pretty much no burst delay on a SF AN-94.

Secondly, the visual kick on the gun is severely decreased, making it ridiculously deadly and accurate at just about any range.

SF is a WONDERFUL attachment for the AN-94, especially in HC.
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#29Purely_LuckPosted 2/13/2013 3:14:46 PM
Stock/Red Dot, Quickdraw
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#30PvtPorkSordPosted 2/13/2013 3:50:59 PM
Stock, suppressor. The AN94 has the best irons of the game(IMO) but I still like to thro an EoTech on it.