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Problem with Grab physics objects

I followed this tutorial for make a first person grab/drop system like amnesia.

Everything is going well except the player dont grab the objects by their position, causing these issues

All that I'm doing is clicking the left mouse button. As you can see, objects move close to me on grabbing, causing these "explosions"

How can I do for keep the objects on their position on grab like this video? (min 5:48)

There is my code:

Grab Object alt text alt text

Handle location alt text

I spended a lot of time searching on Google and trying own solutions, but on internet there is nothing and by my own methods I completely bug the game. Any idea of how can I fix that?

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asked Apr 11 '17 at 08:44 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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