Press "Enter" to skip to content

Game Guides

Uh oh! You've reached a glitched section of Hard Drive where the news is real!

Call of Duty MW3 Firing Range Guide: How to Access It

Want to know how to access the firing range in Call of Duty MW3? Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III is out now for players to enjoy the latest of what Activision has to offer from its premier shooter series. With a bunch of new features and additions, the combat in MW3 will surely be intense and addictive. One of the returning features from previous games is the addition of the firing range. It’s a useful addition to test out various favourite weapons and equipment. So, let’s find out how to access the firing range in CoD MW3.

How to Enter the Firing Range in Call of Duty MW3

The menu to access the firing range in Call of Duty MW3.

To enter the firing range in Modern Warfare 3, you’ll have to go to the Weapons tab from the main menu. There you will have the option to go to the Firing Range to test out your weapons.

Additionally, there is also an option to get the range from the loadout menu as well as the Gunsmith menu. This is particularly useful as you might be unsure what weapon to use in a match. Or, you might want to try out all the different kinds of attachments CoD MW3 offers. The firing range is a perfect spot to test everything and build out your arsenal.

In the firing range, you’ll have three dummies set at close, medium and long-range. These are there to ensure you can test out weapons suited for all types of distances. Not only that, you can modify your dummies to have different sets of armor, which will further help you in refining your weapons and equipment.

After finding out everything from the firing range, you’ll have to tune and customize your weapons to make them devastating. This’ll ensure your guns do not have any weaknesses, and you’ll be able to take down enemies in no time.

So, that’s everything you need to know about getting into the firing range in Call of Duty MW3. We also have guides on the best PC settings and aim assist settings, so make sure to check those out as well.