Senora National Park & Assault Rifle

We’re going through how complete the Senora National Park & Assault Rifle variant of the GTA 5 Arms Trafficking Ground Mission.

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Join me, then, in our continuing series, getting gold in every damn mission, in GTA 5 as we look at getting through the Senora National Park & Assault Rifle variant of the Grand Theft Auto Arms Trafficking Ground Mission.

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While there’s no gold in this one per se, it can be a bit challenging to get through in a reasonable amount of time.

Before starting, I highly recommend making sure Trevor has

  • Full Armor
  • SMG Ammo
  • Rifle Ammo

…just in case something goes sideways.

So let’s pick it up from as we’re about to jump into the car…

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About the Arms Running Ground Missions

After finishing Nervous Ron, Trevor can buy the McKenzie Field Hangar for $150,000. Trevor now gets access to the fields hangar and the Dune Buggy off-road vehicle outdoors. When Trevor joins the truck, he will receive radio orders from Oscar Guzman.

Trevor must go to several places to collect up supplies sent by aircraft to Oscar before opposing gangs arrive and pick up the stuff for themselves. There are five ground trafficking missions. To unlock the next, you must first unlock the previous. Trevor receives $5,000 and a firearm for each ground trafficking mission.

This quest counts towards one of 49 Hobbies & Pastimes missions, but not towards the 100% game completion checklist.

About the Senora National Park & Assault Rifle Variant

Trevor must return to the Senora National Park in the final mission before some Rednecks arrive at the drop zone. Despite the fact that this is the final mission, it is possible to outrun them and arrive at the drop zone before the Rednecks arrive. However, when returning to the McKenzie Hangar, a bunch of them would appear in a helicopter. Rather than shooting inside the Buggy, it is recommended that you exit the vehicle and board the helicopter. Return to McKenzie Field Hangar to complete the task after the helicopter is no longer a threat.