Does playing with a "default" weapon set-up in MW3 unlock weapon proficiencies?

Sean Gallagher
  • Does playing with a "default" weapon set-up in MW3 unlock weapon proficiencies? Sean Gallagher

    If you have the weapon in the default weapon class is it able to earn proficiencies? OR earn points towards the same weapon if you've earned it in rank?

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