I guess we'll know one way or the other in just a little bit, but the only proof I see that this exists is a barrel and grip in Meshes02.ba2, and seeming as there's more to the gun than just the barrel and grip it seems a little silly to jump to the conclusion that this gun must be in the game. If nothing else, putting up the picture of the sim version from Fallout 3 as if that's the gun that's in 76 is deceptive. Thoughts? Kewfest (talk) 00:45, November 10, 2018 (UTC)

Agreed. The handmade rifle is confirmed to be returning, are we sure it isn't called the chinese assault rifle in the game files? After all, the light machine gun is called that in game, but the files call it an mg-43.Aiden4017 (talk) 23:17, November 11, 2018 (UTC)

It is not, they're entirely seperate in the .ba2 files. The handmade rifle meshes are in the Meshes01.ba2 in the directory dlc04/weapons/raiderguns and the four Chinese assault rifles meshes (essentially two meshes with LoD meshes) are in the Meshes02.ba2 under the directory weapons/chineseassaultrifle. It's worth noting that Fallout 4 had a one-piece (I.E. not seperated into parts like every other gun) mesh named AssaultRifleProto.nif that was clearly the Chinese assault rifle, under the directory meshes/weapons/assaultrifle in the Fallout - Meshes.ba2. Kewfest (talk) 23:34, November 11, 2018 (UTC)
Sorry, haven't actually looked at the files. But considering how much of a presence the chinese had in west virginia (liberators, mama dolces, fujiniya intelligence base) I agree with you that its probably in the game, I was just pointing out it could be a file name and be called something else in game.Aiden4017 (talk) 23:46, November 11, 2018 (UTC)
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