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@Mangokillen like I said, it's not happening for me, it might be a combination of WFX + something else so do you have any other mods installed that affect weapons or combat at all?
@Mangokillen I've not experienced this, are you sure it's because of WFX? Are you using any other mods? Does it happen on all weapons or just a specific one? Were you using any optional files and if so which one? Does it happen all the time or just every now and then? I don't mean to bombard you with questions but this will help me find out what's happening.
@CameronTheOne I have the most recent GTA update, and I'll probably get it all done with when I have enough time and motivation
@CameronTheOne not currently
@CameronTheOne currently testing for another mod right now, so it might take awhile
@CameronTheOne I can do that
@CameronTheOne by bullets I'm guessing that you mean muzzle flash or tracers? It looks like that video has the default GTA tracers and flash although I'm not certain. I tried to stay as close to real life with tracers and muzzle effects. For both, you can watch this video to see an actual PKM (what the MG is based on) firing for reference to what's realistic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duzOFky9nWw However, I can always make a variation of WFX that has the default over-dramatized muzzle flash.
@CameronTheOne I'm not sure what exactly you're asking, it looks like all that mod does is make bullet impact effects bigger, it's linked in the video's description
If you want to be realistic, I'd look up the actual magazine sizes. For example, M9s (pistol) have a magazine size of 15 bullets and P2000s (combat pistol) have a magazine size of 13 bullets