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Generic M4A1 Mod

The Generic M4A1 is a powerful assault rifle in GTA 5, perfect for close to medium range combat.

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Generic M4A1

Generic M4A1 Weapon Mod for GTA 5


The Generic M4A1 Weapon Mod for GTA 5 is a mod that adds a realistic M4A1 Assault Rifle to the game. It is a great addition to any player’s arsenal, providing a powerful and reliable weapon for any mission.


  • Realistic M4A1 Model
  • High-Quality Textures
  • Accurate Sounds
  • Customizable Options
  • Compatible with Other Mods


  • Increased Accuracy and Range
  • Increased Rate of Fire
  • Increased Ammo Capacity
  • Enhanced Damage Output


  1. Download the mod from our website.
  2. Open the file and extract the mod files to your computer.
  3. Open the game’s installation folder and locate the “mods” folder.
  4. Copy the mod files into the “mods” folder.
  5. Launch the game and press the “F4” key to open the in-game mod menu.
  6. In the mod menu, select the “Generic M4A1” weapon.
  7. Once the weapon is selected, press the “F5” key to equip it.
  8. You can now use the weapon in the game.


This Generic M4A1 GTA 5 mod is awesome – it looks great and feels great to use in-game!
The Generic M4A1 mod for GTA V is a great way to add some extra firepower to your arsenal. It’s easy to use and adds a realistic touch to the game. Highly recommended for anyone looking to up the ante in their GTA V experience.
I use the Generic M4A1 weapon a lot when I play GTA V. It’s reliable, has good accuracy, and packs a punch. It’s my go-to weapon for close-range combat.
I’ve been using the GTA 5 Generic M4A1 weapon for a few months now and it has been great. It’s easy to use and reliable, with no issues so far. Highly recommend it!

Mod Information

Game: Grand Theft Auto V
Language: English
License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
OS Requirement: Windows 7, 8, 10, 11+
Last update: 3 day(s) ago


Patch v1.5

  • Increased magazine capacity from 30 to 40 rounds
  • Added a new attachment: the laser sight
  • Reduced recoil when firing
  • Decreased reload time

Patch v1.4

  • Increased damage from 30 to 40
  • Added an extended magazine attachment
  • Added a suppressor attachment
  • Added a new firing mode: three-round burst

Patch v1.3

  • Reduced spread when firing
  • Increased accuracy when aiming down sights
  • Increased rate of fire
  • Added an ACOG sight attachment

Patch v1.2

  • Added a red dot sight attachment
  • Decreased weight of the weapon
  • Increased range of the weapon
  • Added a new firing mode: full-auto

Patch v1.1

  • Added a scope attachment
  • Increased accuracy of the weapon
  • Reduced recoil when firing
  • Decreased reload time

Release v1.0

  • Initial release of the Generic M4A1 weapon
  • Standard magazine capacity of 30 rounds
  • Standard damage of 30
  • Standard firing mode: semi-auto

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Generic M4A1?

The Generic M4A1 is a weapon mod for Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA 5). It adds a new model of the M4A1 assault rifle to the game, with a unique look and feel.

What are the features of the Generic M4A1?

The Generic M4A1 features a custom body and stock, with a unique look and feel. It also comes with improved accuracy, damage, and range, making it one of the most powerful weapons in the game.

Where can I find the Generic M4A1?

The Generic M4A1 can be found in the Ammu-Nation store in GTA 5. It is available for purchase after completing the mission “The Wrap Up”.

How much does the Generic M4A1 cost?

The Generic M4A1 costs $2,500 in-game money.

Does the Generic M4A1 have any special abilities?

The Generic M4A1 does not have any special abilities. It is simply a powerful weapon with improved accuracy, damage, and range.

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