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Call of Duty Vanguard M1928 best class setup, attachments, and more

Looking for the Call of Duty Vanguard M1928 best class? Here's how to make the best M1928 loadout in Vanguard using a couple of handy attachments.

A side profile of an M1928 submachine gun in Call of Duty Vanguard, set against a black backdrop

 Call of Duty Vanguard is no longer supported with additional content or significant updates, and players have largely moved on to more recent releases. Nevertheless, Vanguard’s multiplayer is still available and this loadout is usable.

In Call of Duty Vanguard, one of the best SMGs for players to use was the M1928 – or as it’s often known, the Thompson or Tommy Gun. The M1928 offered a large magazine with a high fire rate, and with ten attachments at your disposal, you could build one of the best Vanguard guns.

That’s what we did when we created an absolutely savage M1928 Vanguard class that was perfect for all you aggressive SMG players. If zooming around the map and bamboozling your opponent with rapid movement was up your alley, then this was the class for you.

So what made the best M1928 Vanguard class so great? Well, not only did it give you that super speed we just mentioned, but it also ironed out the M1928’s poor recoil at the expense of the smallest amount of damage.

M1928 Vanguard class

The best CoD Vanguard M1928 loadout was:

  • Muzzle: M1929 Silencer
  • Barrel: CGC 12″ Cooling
  • Optic: Slate Reflector
  • Stock: CGC S Adjustable
  • Underbarrel: Carver Foregrip
  • Magazine: None
  • Ammo Type: Subsonic
  • Rear Grip: Leather Grip
  • Proficiency: Frenzy
  • Kit: Quick

Here it is then: our favourite M1928 Vanguard class. This was one of our favourite SMGs to use (followed closely by this MP40 Vanguard class) and was particularly great in smaller maps

The Subsonic ammo meant that you could fly around the map and rack up kills without detection, while the Carver Foregrip helped with both recoil control and hip fire accuracy.

The proficiency and kit combo was also crucial in this loadout. Frenzy was perfect for those going on rampageous kill streaks, as it regenerated your health after every kill. Meanwhile Quick made you, erm, quick.

While this certainly wasn’t the best pick for slower players who liked longer-range battles (try our STG44 Vanguard loadout, if that sounds like you) this M1928 build was perfect for those that liked to be on the move and get up close and personal with the enemy.