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FHQ Accessories Pack von Alwarren (v1.7.1)
17.08.2015 - 19:00 von miller

FHQ Accessories Pack von Alwarren (v1.7.1)

***** Update *****

Alwarren veröffentlichte sein FHQ Accessories Pack Addon in den Bi-Foren. Das Addon enthält u.a. neue Optiken für AN/PEG-15 Laser Module und ACOGtm.


I just released the first version of the FHQ Accessories pack on our homepage. The FHQ Accessories pack is a package of several real-world attachments like the AN/PEQ-15 laser pointer, ACOG scope, and other similar things. It is required for the version 1.4 of the FHQ M4 weapon pack.
There are two reasons for distributing this separately instead of with the M4's:
1. All future FHQ Weapon packs will make use of this (where applicable)
2. Modders can use the attachments for their own weapons without having to rely on the M4 pack.

All attachments have working collimator sights functioning like their real-world (and Arma 3) counterparts (where applicable). Currently, these do not work on the standard weapons; I might add an extra config for that later.

Currently, the following attachments are available:
• Trijicon ACOG RCO with Trijicon Red Dot backup sight, with authentic sight and functional drop markers
• AimPoint CompM4 Red Dot sight
• GSCi TWS-3050 Thermal Weapon Sight
• L3/EoTech G33 magnifier and Holographic Weapon Sight
• AN/PEG-15 Infrared Laser module (new in 1.4: black version)
• Rheinmetall LLM-01 ("Laser-Licht-Modul") as an IR laser and flashlight.
• New in 1.1: EoTech 533 Holographic Sight
• New in 1.1: AimPoint MicroCCO with LaRue Tactical mounting
• New in 1.1: Leupold Mark 4 ER/T scope 6.5-20, with 6.5, 10 and 19.5 magnification and working, zooming mildot sight
• New in 1.4: Barska AC12136
• New in 1.4: Barska AC11704
• New in 1.4: Trijicon VCOG
• New in 1.4: ITL MARS
• New in 1.5: AimPoint 3X magnifier mounted behind a CompM4 and MicroCCO.
• New in 1.5: MRT Accessory Functions support.

- Fixed issue with Aimpoint Magnifier

Quelle: Bi-Foren
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