Most weapons: 1. Why do most of the weapons have ejection ports? Gauss weapons fire caseless ammo so there is nothing to eject. I can understand the shotguns, they use conventional shells. remove the ejection ports. 2. Many weapon barrels around hollow. They look just like a bar instead of a barrel. Carbines: 1. AC-X11 (which uses gauss) looks like a NC semi-auto or full auto shotgun (conventional). Also why is its description saying it was made before the war? The gauss weapons were not introduced until after the war started, when the NC needed weapons and didnt have access to conventional firearms outside of thier shotguns. This would mean the NC1 and NC2 atleast were even older. If the gauss weapons were designed before the war then the TR would have banned and confenscated them. Also who makes it? 2. The AF-19 Mercenary, why did you change its name? It used to be the NC2 Gauss compact, a shorter variant of the NC1 Gauss rifle. The Gauss Compat Burst and Gauss Compact S still list the name as the NC2B and NC2S respectively. 3. The AF-4A Bandits, which is supposed I guess to be a variant of the AF-4 Cyclone, uses a completely different model and it is a carbine as opposed to a smg. So besides the description and manufacturer, it has NOTHING to do with the AF-4 Cyclone. The least you could do is give it a more similar model just with a bigger magazine. 4. (I know this is Common Pool but I have to mention it) The NS-11C. Why is its magazine model larger than the NS-11A's? Supposedly both use the same type of round, with the NS-11A's longer barrel allowing for higher muzzle velocities and more accuracy at range. They both have the same ammo count. Even if the NS-11A uses larger round casings with more powder to achieve the higher velocities that should make it have the larger of the two magazines. Adjust the NS-11C's model to have the same magazine as the NS-11A 5. The Razor GD-23, this weapon also suffers from having a description saying it was made too early. It says it was made in the early 29th century, the war started in the mid 29th century. Unless you count 2845-2849 as "early" 28th century, but that is cutting it close. Assault Rifles: 1. The Carnage AR also suffers from a pre-war description. It is listed as having been made in the late 28th century, but the war started in the mid 29th. One caviet, I do like the exposed capacitors, indicating it is a early design. Also who makes it? 2. The GR-22. Why not make the AF-4A Bandit a variant of this? They have similar designs and serve similar roles. As rifles that have increased accuracy while on the move. Also who makes it? 3. Why doesn't the NC1 Gauss Rifle look like the NC2 Gauss Compact? Make the models more similar. 4. the NC-9 A-Tross. Why is the - there between the C and the 9? No other NC produced weapons have it. 5. The Reaper DMR. Looks like a AR variant of the AC-X11, can we have a connection there in the description? Light Machine Guns: 1. The EM6 looks exactly like the NC6 variants. Can we just get a decription saying that it was EM6s variant? Like how many different companys produce AR15s IRL? Like that Esamir Munitions produced them because NC's main weapon manufacturers couldnt produce them fast enough. Sniper rifles: 1. The AF-8 Railjack. This was a missed oppertunity to add a little back story to the NC's weapons. The Railjack is supposed to be a "cutting edge" sniper rifle. But ,as gauss designs go, it looks like one of the oldest. Intead it easily could have been described as a pre-war mining tool that was refitted and weaponized. Like a tool used to fire sensors into rock. It could have been labeled as a foreunner to all NC gauss weapons. It would explain its MASSIVE size, something that is not optimal for a sniper, its small magazine, its slow reload, and its higher velocity w/ delay. 2. Various other weapons (Impetus, Gauss SPR, and the SAS-R) have no indicator on which company produced them (NC, EM, LA, AF?) Shotguns: 1. Three of the shotguns (AF-57 piston, Mauler S6, NC12 Sweeper) all use the same model. The NC12 in its description says it the "iconic" shotgun of the NC. The 2 pump action shotguns get unique models, why not the 2 semi-autos and the full auto? Also the models they do have look too much like the gauss based weaponry. I'd like to see more shotgun models like the GD-66 Claw and LA-39 Bruiser. 2. The MAX shotguns all use the same model. Pistols: 1. Give the LA8 Rebel and the NC4 Mag-shot different models. Rocket Launchers: 1. Both the AF-22 Crow and the GD-68 Hawk have a texture glitch where thier weapon camos cover thier sight's eye piece. It doesnt effect gameplay but it is highly noticable on the 1st person model.