Mortecha - A name I randomly self generated for a character I created while playing a game called Daggerfall, humbly introduced to me as a child through my Dad's interest in the game. The meaning behind the name is "More technology of death". Death being contained in "Morte", French for death. The ending "a" is reference to the 40k Orkish propensity to add "a" on the end of words, eg "DAKKA". I can thank my Dad for that too due to his interest in the franchise. The name implies humanities exponential ability to kill itself as technology progresses over time, and the need for it in order to maintain peace. I love DX, Syndicate, Cannon Fodder, C&C and MOO. I also love game design. In the process of loving these I taught myself how to code and make 3d models. All of these attributes also conflict as making games requires a disconnection from fandom as you are making a product to sell, yet in the process of making and releasing products to sell, you create fandom. So therefore, MODS!
Magazine upgrades consist of a singular upgrade extending the mag, so the extended mag will protrude out of the grip as they do in real life.
Suppressors are attachable via a connection specific to the diameter and thread of a certain firearms barrel suppressor connection, so you can't connect a Pistol Suppressor to say a Sniper Rifle. Plus the volumes of gasses to be dissipated would be far different.
The laser sight in this case is unique to this pistol.
While adding scopes on pistols are possible in reality, they do not make sense to have them equipped in the game as fitting them requires the weapon's slide or body to be physically modified in order to be able to accommodate one. This means
replacing stock weapon components with modified weapon components along with the weapon mod itself. This goes against this mod's weapon modification paradigm of attachable/removable mod component added to weapon X with no modification to weapon required (Suppressor attachment to barrel of weapon excluded from rule)).
Consult: Thetruthaboutguns.com regarding usefulness of pistols with sights anyway.
Attachments/Mods can be attached and removed at the players discretion.
3rdPP views of the weapon retain mods attached to it (Say if you dropped it on the ground). NPC's may also be using a modified version of the weapon and their weapon will display attached mods.