The UAR has very high base accuracy as well as a poor base stability, it is similar to the Gecko 7.62 in many ways, although it possesses a faster reload and can reach a better stability when modded for accuracy.
Modifying it with the A3 Tactical Foregrip and a sight gives the UAR a substantial stability increase, which, when coupled with the Long Barrel attachment, can make it a highly effective weapon at long ranges.
This build has high damage (42), high accuracy (84) and good stability (72). It is highly recommended to use Rifleman Aced in conjunction with Aced Fire Control to allow you to take advantage of the UAR's high accuracy while sighted and alleviate its poor hipfire accuracy. Acting as a mid-damage assault rifle with a controllable, yet not sluggish, rate of fire and an extremely quick reload. It can also can take out snipers at surprisingly long ranges.
It is based on the rail on the AUG A3. However, it should be noted that adding this to the UAR ingame does not make it an AUG A3, as the A3 possesses a bolt release above the magwell, which the UAR lacks.
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Although the main flashlight has a toggle switch, the laser sight component of the LED Combo is pressure-activated, meaning the laser will stay on as long as the pressure switch is depressed. This switch is not placed where it should be, however (on foregrips, magazine wells, etc...) and is instead ziptied to the main taclight, leaving no plausible mean for the user to toggle it without awkwardly moving their off hand off the weapon and gripping the attachment itself.
Requires a pre-installed sight mod to mount. The magnification level can be changed while aiming down the sights, and the aiming FOV will automatically adjust itself. Not compatible with the Acough Optic, Military Red Dot, Milspec Scope, Combat Sight, Reconnaissance Sight, Theia Magnified Scope, Box Buddy Sight, the JP36's Original Sight or the GROM or Platypus 70's iron sights
Due to it supporting a wide array of weapons, the Speed Pull Magazine is the first single modification to have multiple different icons.
The Speed Pull Magazine equips the AMCAR, Para, and AMR-16 with the Milspec Mag., but despite this they neither get increased magazine capacity nor reduced concealability, however it equips the Mark 10 with its Extended Mag and does give it increased magazine size, but does not increase stability nor does it decrease its concealment. Additionally, equipping the Speed Pull Magazine on the AK.762, Golden AK.762, and Krinkov will give them the AK's 5.45mm Bakelite magazine, despite the mismatched caliber.
Upon release, the default reticle of this sight was a chevron instead of the retail version's red dot. After the release of the Gage Mod Courier DLC, it was reverted to the regular sight's red dot.
It is functionally the same as the standard Military Red Dot Sight, but the sight's casing is tan instead of black with the line "A-10" scrawled on near the adjustment knob. The sticker on the lens cap's interior also says "I <3 Payday" instead of having a picture of an American flag.
This sight was based on the Aimpoint CompM2 optic. While it is portrayed as a high-zoom scope in-game, the CompM2 is actually a reflex sight, meaning it offers no magnification in reality.
The word "Vargtimmer" on its texture literally translates to "timber wolf". The swirly textures on the skin's barrel resembles that of an electric drill, suggesting that "Vargtimmer" is a powertool brand in-universe.
The UAR is based on the Steyr Mannlicher AUG A2, and can be modified with parts of the AUG A3 to resemble said rifle, albeit without the later model's bolt release. When fitted with the Raptor Polymer Body from The Butcher Mod Pack 2 it closely impersonates a Thales F90, again lacking the proper rifle's bolt release.
Prior to update #65, the UAR was fitted with an unremovable Magpul PMAG, giving it the appearance of the TPD USA AXR-2, an American licensed copy of the AUG A2 for the civilian market.
Unlike the UAR, the real-life AUG does not possess a selective-fire switch, having a "progressive trigger" design instead which determines the weapon's operating mode via different pullings of the trigger (pulling the trigger half-way produces semi-automatic firing, and all the way back produces fully-automatic operation).
"UAR" stands for "Universal Army Rifle", which is the English translation of AUG (Armee Universal Gewehr). Under certain circumstances, this means that the weapon in a way retained its real name when implemented into the game.
Without optical attachments, the UAR is provided with a rail-mounted pistol-style ironsights system akin to the Marksman Sight on the Crosskill pistol. Such a configuration for the Steyr AUG exists in reality, but is quite rare and is not compatible with newer A2 models.