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This is a neat little utility that you can use with CoD and CoD:UO great job dude :rock:
=================== Weapons File Editor =================== By [C-Ops]=Gen=CIA  What is WFE? The Weapons File Editor is small utility program for mod-makers that allows for the easy editing of CoD/CoD:UO weapons files. To use WFE: Extract a weapon file from a PK3 file using a tool such as PAKSCAPE, save it to your hard-disk. Then, open the file in WFE, make all the changes you want, save the file and reinsert it into the PK3. I threw this thing together over a period of a couple of hours and is quite slapdash... it works for me tho. I use it for Call of Duty and CoD:UO weapons files and have no idea if it would work for other weapon files.  Installing WFE Open the zip file and run the setup.exe program.  Un-installing WFE Use the Start->settings->control panel->add/remove programs to remove WFE  Contact me: email/msn: email@example.com webbyaddy: www.combined-operations.co.uk Note: This software is FREEWARE and can be distributed without any limitation except that this readme.txt file is included. There are no warranties implied with this software... it is distributed "as-is". There are no warranties implied as to the fitness of the software for the task indicated, its stability, and I will not take any responsibility for loss of data nor any consequences thereof. Basically... use it at your own risk.
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