A very interesting weapon.
Not the best damage and rate of fire in the class of assault rifles, heavy weight and long reload, but easily controlled recoil, good accuracy, accuracy and durability.
Not much different from the normal version, except that even more ease of use and variability. It has many modifications and can adapt to different styles of play.
Improved version of AUG Edit
Differences from AUG:
- Better wear resistance.
- More recoil.
- You can install a grenade launcher.
- You can install a tactical handle.
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Steyr AUG (Armee Universal Gewehr) is a small arms complex, issued in 1977 by the Austrian company Steyr-Daimler-Puch (now Steyr Manlicher AG & Co KG). In Australia, the rifle is manufactured under license under the brand F88. It has exchangeable trunks of different lengths: the main one is 508 mm, as well as truncated trunks 350 mm and 407 mm and a heavy trunk 621 mm.
In this rifle, the layout scheme of the bullpen is used, in which the magazine and the shutter unit are located behind the fire control handle and trigger. There are two modes of fire: single fire and automatic fire. It is also possible to upgrade to fire single and with a cutoff of 3 rounds.
Steyr AUG A3 differs from the basic model by the presence of four Picatinny slats: the upper serves for fixing the sights, a grenade launcher or a vertical front handle can be attached to the bottom, and a laser pointer or other necessary additional equipment is attached to the side.