Ready or Not Weapon Tier List

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Check out our Ready or Not Weapon Tier List. Grab the most powerful weapon that suits your strategy and don't give your opponents a chance!

Although Ready or Not was released on December 13, 2023, it has already captivated thousands of players. However, unlike in the beta, the weapon balances have undergone a complete overhaul. For you, we’ve researched all available sources and compiled the Ready or Not Weapon Tier List using information gathered from players.

Also Read: Best Loadouts in Ready or Not 1.0

Ready or Not Weapon Tier List

In our Ready or Not Weapon Tier List, the choice of your weapon is crucial. First and foremost, you need to determine your game strategy. If you enjoy close-range fights, shotguns are perfect for you. Based on my own experiences, you need to be very cautious when using shotguns; if the distance between you and your opponent opens up, you might find yourself in a tough spot. If you prefer being an assault rifle user, I recommend mastering your aim control. Plenty of aim practice sessions will elevate your skills to perfection. Now, let’s take a look at our Ready or Not Weapon Tier List!

T0


T1


T2


T3

Tier 0

  • MP7
  • G36C
  • MK16
  • MP5
  • UMP-45

Tier 1

  • ARWC
  • B1301
  • MP5A3
  • M4 Super 90
  • SR-16

Tier 2

  • ARWC
  • MK18
  • MP5A2
  • SA-58
  • ARN-18

Tier 3

  • GA416
  • MK1
  • MP9
  • MPX

Assault Rifle Tier List

Tier 0

  • G36C
  • MK16

Tier 1

  • ARWC
  • SR-16

Tier 2

  • MK18
  • SA-58
  • ARN-18

Tier 3

  • GA416
  • MK1

All Weapons Ranked

Assault Rifles

  • ARWC – Wilson Combat SBR Tactical
  • MK1 Carbine – BCM CQB-11
  • ARN-18 – BRN-180S 300 BLK
  • G36C – H&K G36C
  • GA416 – H&K HK416A5
  • M4A1 – M4A1
  • MK18 – MK 18 Mod 0
  • SA-58 – DSA SA58 OSW
  • MK16 – FN SCAR-L CQC
  • SLR47 – Arsenal SLR-107UR
  • SR-16 – KAC SR-16 CQB

Submachine Guns

  • MP5/10MM – H&K MP5 10mm
  • MP5A3 – H&K MP5 Custom
  • MP5A2 – H&K MP5 Classic
  • MP7 – H&K MP7A2
  • MP9 – B&T MP9-N
  • MPX – SIG MPX
  • P90 – FN P90 TR
  • SPC9 – B&T SPC9
  • UMP-45 – H&K UMP45

Shotguns

  • 870 CQB – Remington 870 Modern
  • B1301 – Beretta 1301 Tactical
  • B1301 Entryman – Beretta 1301 Custom
  • M4 Super 90 – Benelli M4

Pistols

  • .357 Magnum – Colt Python
  • P92X – Beretta 92X Performance
  • 57 USG – FN57
  • G19 – Glock 19 Gen 5
  • M45A1 – Colt M45A1
  • M11 Compact – SIG P229 Legion
  • PC19 – Polymer80 PFC9
  • USP45 – H&K USP Tactical

Other

  • M32A1 Flash – Milkor MGL Flash
  • M24 Sniper – Remington 700 Modern
  • Beanbag Shotgun – LTL R870 BeanBag Gun
  • R7 Launcher – LTL VKS PepperBall Gun
  • Breaching Shotgun – Mossberg 500 Cruiser
  • LockPick Gun – Snap Pick Gun
  • C2 Explosives – C2 Breaching Charge
  • Taser – X26 Taser
  • Mirror Gun (OptiWand) – CP36 Boroscope

Tier Ranking Criteria

  • T0: This is the highest tier in a tier list, reserved for the most powerful or effective options in the game. Characters or strategies in this tier are considered to be essential picks for competitive play and are often banned in tournaments.
  • T1: This tier is just below T0-tier and includes characters or strategies that are still very strong and effective, but not quite as dominant as those in the T0-tier.
  • T2: This tier includes characters or strategies that are considered to be average or balanced in terms of their strength and effectiveness. They may have some strengths and weaknesses, but they are not as dominant as those in the higher tiers.
  • T3: This is the lowest tier in a tier list, reserved for the weakest or least effective options in the game. Characters or strategies in this tier are often considered to be inferior to other options and may be rarely used in competitive play.