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Revision as of 02:25, 7 January 2021

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Description

Description:
Check how many rounds are left in the currently loaded magazine in the given muzzle. Since Arma v1.55.133505 the command also returns ammo for units in vehicles.
Groups:
Unit Inventory

Syntax

Syntax:
unit ammo muzzle
Parameters:
unit: Object
muzzle: String - muzzle of a weapon. See the topic Category:Weapons for reference about possible values.
Return Value:
Number

Examples

Example 1:
_count = player ammo "M16"; //returns 30 in case of a full magazine
Example 2:
_count = player ammo "M203Muzzle";
Example 3:
_count = player ammo primaryWeapon player;

Additional Information

See also:
setAmmosomeAmmomagazines

Notes

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Notes

Posted on February 17, 2012
kju
OA 1.60: The command works (now?) also for units in vehicles. However only for the vehicle's gunners' weapons - aka those returned by "weapons vehicle".

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Posted on August 30, 2018 - 15:42 (UTC)
.kju
Actually the command wants the currentMuzzle (gunner _vehicle) as parameter - not the weapon class. Most of the time both are the same. However when you have custom modes[] for the weapons, this is likely not true.