The scope of this mods is to replace all ballistic weapons with new high poly models that have full reload animations etc. and also to add new ones. The mod uses CaliberX so all guns use the right type of ammo. Also all the new weapons are integrated in the leveled list and
vendors. I tried to replace the vanilla models with the same type of weapon but it was not possible in every case so I had to improvise a bit.
It’s been almost a full year since my last update! I have been working on and off on the mod and I plan on releasing what I believe will be the final release of the mod for New Vegas. Please check back later for more updates I have no fix date on the release. If any one has request for items they would like to see just leave a comment.
I am currently working Vegas Ordnance 1.6, this update will bring TTW support, reworked weapon models and more. Version 1.6 is almost a complete rebuild...
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Vegas Ordnance 1.6 features over 100 new weapon models and TTW support ! Please report any bugs or improvements by PM or leave a comment on the main page...
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