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Definitely my favorite trainer. One thing though, the Double Action Revolver seems to be missing from the weapon categories.
@GTAVModder4Life Damn I'd love to see the Infernus from VC but this is top quality!
Very nice Jridah, exactly the type of good work i have come to expect from you!
@Jack Smith It being "hard work" has nothing to do with it, he decided to upload it so that's that. I'm sure someone will find it useful regardless of if it took 10 minutes or 10 hours.
Very nice man, Quorthon would be proud! \m/
@ayoody3yeq Not possible R* updated the directory themselves and that's the one everyone needs to use now, if it corrupted something double check to make sure it was installed in the right place and that OpenIV is up to date. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgWvPVXMh_8
If anyone is having trouble getting the weapon model to show up, put it in "patchday8ng" instead of "patchday3ng"
Oh man i love the M16 with the Heat Shield! It looks so badass!
@APasz I don't know about you but every addon i have installed always has instructions but this mod or specifically small mods like this are pretty easy to install if you have done it before but yes i get that some are difficult and someone new may have issues or worse they may mess something up and cause the game to crash repeatedly. I have a habit of just jotting down the instructions in Notepad and saving them to a folder for safekeeping just in case i want to delete it but reinstall it at a later time.
@APasz Dude seriously there is no need to be a dick all i was saying was not everything needs a readme. No i don't mod for this game but i have for other games such as Morrowind and a few other RPGs, if you tried to insult my intelligence based on how many mods i put out for this game then that is just plain childish. If you use a mods folder you could avoid quite a few crashes, besides some mods such as vehicles come as add-ons so they won't replace anything in the game. End of story, no need to fly off the handle over something as trivial as a readme