Be it at range or in CQC the M1911 is always a go-to, reliable weapon. It has a high damage output at close, medium, and long range, good ironsights, decent handling, and a quick reload. The M1911 is what I would call the most versatile sidearm. It can adapt and perform well in any situation ut is thrust into, and if you’re ever put into a situation where you need to use it, this hhumble pistol will not let you down. Whether you need to spam out a 2 hit kill in CQC, or pull off a clean 3 shotter at medium or even the longest of ranges, the M1911 will always get the job done. For its power it has a notably high rate of fire, and surprisingly low recoil. The M1911 is in my opinion the best secondary for the most common situations.
The G18 is a very solid secondary that behaves like a mini-carbine. Should you be using a less versatile primary, such as a shotgun or sniper, that struggles to get kills outside their optimal range, the G18 compliments them to a tee. Reliable, powerful, accurate, and all-around just a safe option in most situations.
Best paired with a shotgun or other close-quarters oriented weapon, the Obrez is literally a pocket sniper. It has great accuracy, is quick to handle, and provides the ranged capability of a sniper without taking up your primary slot. The Obrez performs just like its father, the Mosin Nagant. While there is more bullet drop and some random bullet spread, it usually won’t affect much unless you’re using it at extreme ranges, such as accross the map. Even so, it can often compete with and beat out any other weapon at range, even snipers.