Welcome to Project Reality: Battlefield 2 (aka PR:BF2), a free to download game modification for the Battlefield 2 (aka BF2) retail Windows PC game. The focus of this mod is to rework the original game engine developed by Digital Illusions of Sweden (Dice) within legal and feasible constraints to create a more realistic combat environment for the gaming community. This includes adjusting various game play elements including physics, visual effects and overall game play formats. Along with changes to how the game handles, the Project Reality team has been introducing British, Insurgent, IDF forces, Canadian, and Russian factions, plus a number of community assisted factions are currently in the works to introduce even more factions to the virtual battlefields. This Mod is not for the masses, due to the fact that it has a much higher learning curve then your classic arcade game. This is the real deal.

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QBZ-95 UGL (PR v.06)
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modlover230
modlover230 Mar 2 2008, 9:18am buried:

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this is from AIX!

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modlover230
modlover230 Apr 1 2008, 5:01pm buried:

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looks like the G36K with optics

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rossmum
rossmum Mar 16 2010, 11:51am replied:

It looks absolutely nothing like a G36.

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USINFANTRYMOS11CNRNS
USINFANTRYMOS11CNRNS Apr 5 2008, 12:43am says:

Looks more like the FAMAS.... look at the charging handle.

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modlover230
modlover230 May 15 2008, 2:05pm buried:

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only a little

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Intolerance.dll
Intolerance.dll Aug 31 2008, 5:14pm says:

its the QBZ-95 UGL :P

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cioara
cioara Sep 4 2008, 2:10am says:

not working :( whay ? tell me please friend :(

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USINFANTRYMOS11CNRNS
USINFANTRYMOS11CNRNS Sep 6 2008, 5:33am says:

Follow the steps closely that it tells you to follow. And if you using Vista, run as an administrator set for run in compatibility with windows xp 32 mode. Also make sure you have updated your BF2 to version 1.41, and that you have both the PR Core files and the PR Map Pack downloaded. If this is even what you are referring as to what isn't working, figure it must be.

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USINFANTRYMOS11CNRNS
USINFANTRYMOS11CNRNS Sep 23 2008, 10:15am says:

To clear up what I meant on the looks more like a Famas. Well of course it is a QBZ-95, but I was just implying that it looked more like a Famas than Modlovers comment of a G-36 with optics. Also the Chinese are notorious for copying designs and building off of weapons and vehicles used by other nations.

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Snake_RR
Snake_RR Sep 24 2008, 8:54pm replied:

Specially in the'ol Cold War-era days China was producing weapons (specially from USSR) basically like "candy"!

They basically produced their own copies of everything ranging from small arms to tanks or planes (for example, because there's a LOT more) mainly "borrowed" from Warsaw Pact countries.

More recently (specially from the 70's on) they have taken a lot of interest in western weapons (and market), meaning they have their own established production of western-based goods.

Want a cheaper M16 copy? Try the chinese CQ M311! Want a copy of an M4A1??? Just get a CQ-M4 carbine!!! (lol retains the "M4" marking !!!)
You always fancied the mighty M1911 but never got to "collect" one because of the high price? Get a more "accessible" (aka cheaper lol) chinese made 1911A1!!! (then you just "draw" the "M" and voila!!! Your own M1911!
You ask, Norinco produces!!! :D

The US government was so ****** with this stuff that they even blocked many of those goods since 1993 ^^

China basically produces copies of all the major weapon designs worldwide, for a more accessible price of course ^^.
They sure know how to handle economy, that's for sure.

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cHr0n0sPh3r3
cHr0n0sPh3r3 Feb 5 2010, 9:29pm says:

Heh but the QBZ series is indigenously designed and made, not sure if its a dirvitive though, I'd bring up the fact it doesn't use NATO 5.56 but that wouldn't be much of an arguement because cartridge sizes doesn't have the big an effect on the moving parts in a gun right? (as in other than a size change)

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kingsjester
kingsjester Jun 19 2010, 6:56pm says:

that flashhider looks massive...i don't think that 5.8mm needs that fat thing screwed at the end of a barrel.

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