WaW Kar98k (for AWP)
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Mauser Karabiner 98k Sniper Rifle from Call of Duty: World at War. The most commonly issued rifle of Germany during WWII. Although as long as its counterparts, it is called a "carbine", being a shorter version of a rather long Gewehr 98. Its bolt action mechanism is legendary. Being a Mauser, it is a valuable addition to anyone's collection, especially actual war-issued specimens. This particular one is issued with a Zeiss ZF42 scope. Replaces the hidden CS:S AWP on CoD4 M40A3 anims ported by Prodigy. Same as my Workshop Springfield, but different. There is no flashlight/laser sight attachment. Complaints, suggestions, and applications are welcome, as is constructive criticism. This addon replaces SCRIPTS (changes the in-game weapon stats)! The custom script only works on a server (your own or your friend's host) which has this script enabled. Disable this mod (and preferably restart the game) if you want to join online servers that enforce consistency (this may be irrelevant due to the nature of CS:S weapons in general). The script changes are: * HUD icon * 5 round capacity (def. 20) * 150 reserve ammo (def. 180) - hunting rifle ammo * 148 damage per shot (def. 115) * Tier 1 SMG (def. T2 sniper) - can appear earlier in campaign, bots will trade this bolt gun for more effective weapons later on Credits: Models/textures: Treyarch (distributed by Activision) Animations: Infinity Ward (ported by Prodigy) Compile: Alex_D_Vasilkov Sounds: Treyarch (reload only), firing sound addon linked below Copyright 2019 Alex_D. This item is not authorized for posting on Steam (or anywhere else, unless fully credited), except under the Steam account named Alex_D_Vasilkov.
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WaW Kar98k sound for AWPv1.0 Complete (284KB)
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