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Foregrip on weapons

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YuNoGuy123

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Right now it doesn't look like grips are planned on guns, they could be placed on that AR-15 that you guys showed in devblog #12 these could obviously be used to increase recoil control and maybe reduce spread a bit. (Example picture below)
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Hmmm, its unlikely you'd randomly find attachable hand grip mods for guns such as that in the world of Survive the Nights but i do think something similar could easily be crafted with the right components. The idea is to reduce spread and improve recoil control as you are suggesting. A professionally manufactured hand grip is always going to be better but it doesn't really fit the lore of the world.
 

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What? No. We can't stop here. This is bat country.
I'm down for both some commerical standard equipment and crafted.

Commercial being very rare and more maintainable.
Crafted requires power tools, workebench and maintainable upto a %.
Both have the same handling effects on firearms, just that the commercial will last you longer and making your own requires knowledge, noise and materials.

@DemoCar82 I always gotta get your thought, you can point out the pros and cons on this stuff better than me :)
 

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I'm down for both some commerical standard equipment and crafted.

Commercial being very rare and more maintainable.
Crafted requires power tools, workebench and maintainable upto a %.
Both have the same handling effects on firearms, just that the commercial will last you longer and making your own requires knowledge, noise and materials.

@DemoCar82 I always gotta get your thought, you can point out the pros and cons on this stuff better than me :)
Not to mention valuable trading commodities. Most people will want the upgraded equipment.
 
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