Chimano Compact pistols can be dual-wielded in the primary weapon slot for their greatly increased damage output at the cost of precise aiming, stability and the opportunity cost of being unable to use other primaries.
All akimbo weapon modifications cost 40% extra than their normal price.
The item is the decorative front bit of the WE-Tech Tenderizer, a full-metal muzzle brake designed for airsoft M1911s.
The original model name (Meat Grinder) helps confirm the link.
Tenderizers can be utilized in close quarters in the same manner as a bayonet, albeit dealing blunt trauma instead of impalement. Despite this, the weapon butt animation and damage for pistols modded with this part remains unchanged.
The point of a pronged flash hider like this is to split the single bright muzzle flash into a wide four-way cross for the shooter's comfort. Not only is it slightly dimmer overall to avoid blinding the shooter in a dark environment, but it also prevents the flash itself from obscuring the target between shots. By this account, it should help with accuracy more than anything. It might appear more intimidating, or possibly alter stability by changing the center of gravity, but it certainly shouldn't alter the speed and thus damage of the weapon it is mounted on.
The Champion's Suppressor is based on the Knight's Armament Co. Mk23 .45 caliber Suppressor. The real life suppressor is designed to fit only the MK23, suggesting that the in-game suppressor is custom.
A "Monolith" is commonly a single massive monument of stone or rock, often carefully and uniformly carved into shape. A typical monolith possesses a lot of perpendicular and parallel lines and surfaces, similar to the shape of this suppressor.
The suppressor is, in fact, simply an oil filter with a bullet hole on one end used as a makeshift sound suppressor. This is somewhat alluded to by its name, as a "budget" item is a cheap, most commonly homemade substitute of dodgy quality for something currently not available.
The "Jungle Ninja Suppressor" weapon mod is a reference to the game Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. It is used on Naked Snake's custom M1911A1. In the description of the weapon mod it says, "...this suppressor was wielded by a great warrior during the legendary sneaking mission in the 60's." This is a reference to Naked Snake and the mission he did in the 1960's dubbed Operation Snake Eater.
If combined with a Laser Grip (STRYK 18c, Gruber Kurz, Chimano Compact, Chimano 88, Chimano Custom), activation will cycle through the laser on the Laser Grip, the laser on the Combined Module, the light, and then off, in that order. This effect has no practical application but the STRYK 18c, Chimano 88, and Chimano Custom get improved stats from both attachments.
The Laser Grip for the Chimano family of weapons appears to be based off the Crimson Trace Glock Laser Grip.
Unlike the Pocket Laser attachment which is turned on and off via a switch, the Laser Grip in reality is pressure-activated, meaning the laser will only come out when the grip-mounted trigger is pressed. Of course, the laser stays activated in-game for gameplay reasons.
The Laser Grip's laser sight is the only laser aiming module that is available at the same time as a Pistol Light attachment. One press of the "Q"/"D-pad down" activates both gadgets if a Tactical Pistol Light is attached.
Beavertail grips like this were invented to protect the shooter's hands. Having an overly aggressive grip on the gun was dangerous, as the jumping slide could painfully snap up the skin between the forefinger and the thumb. Having a little shield like this lets you hold the grip closer to the center of gravity, diminishing the recoil some.
This particular component seems to be from Cytec, a Chinese manufacturer.
This is the first Magazine mod to leave a weapon's magazine capacity unchanged.
The name of this attachment might be a reference to two other similar weapons, the STRYK and the STRYK 18c which were also based on Glock models.
The Striking Mag was based on the Salient Arms "Tier 1" magazine for the Glock 26, further customized with a bright Cerakote finish. The magazine oddly only holds 10 bullets, despite the obvious 2-round extension at the bottom.
Despite being modeled after a 33-rounder Glock magazine, the Extended Mag gives neither the Chimano Custom, Chimano 88 nor the STRYK 18c the correct amount of bullets they should have. The closest it could manage is to bring the STRYK's capacity up to 32 rounds, which is still one round short of the proper count.
The Cavity 9mm is equipped with this item by default where, for once, it is loaded with the correct amount of ammo. This is particularly unusual considering how the Cavity's base weapon is actually incompatible with extended Glock magazines in reality.