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Skorz

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#1 15 years ago

Here is some planes that I want to see in FH. All these planes served in FAF (Finnish Air Force).

VL Myrsky II PiirrosVLMyrskyII.jpgFirst flight: 1942 In service: Late 1944 End of production: Late 1944 Number built: 47

Type: Fighter Engine: 1,065 hp Pratt & Whitney R-1830-SC3G Twin Wasp 14-cylinder radial

Span: 11 m Length: 8,3 m Height: 3 m

Weight, empty: 2,332 kg Weight, loaded: 2,947 kg Weight, max: 3,211 kg

Max speed: 530 km/h Ceiling: 8,990 m Range, endurance: 500 km, 930 km with drop tanks

Armament: 4x12,7 mm machineguns

Blueprints: VLMyrskyII.jpgBrewster Buffalo 372full.jpgBrewster239Vari.jpghasse.jpgFinland received total 44 Brewster from USA during spring 1940.

Messerschmitt 109G-6 PiirrosMesserschmitt109G-6_R6.jpgFinland bought total 111 G-6's in years 1943-44.

Fokker D.XII PiirrosFokkerDXXI.jpgFinland had bought 7 planes from Holland in late 30's and 35 planes more was built in Finland under license during spring 1939. Plane was one of the most common fighter during The Winter War in Finnish Air Forces (FAF).

Morane MS 406 PiirrosMoraneMS406.jpgDuring The Winter War Finland received total 30 planes from France and later on 1940 20 planes more.

Curtiss Hawk 75A-4 PiirrosCurtissHawk75A-4.jpgBristol Blenheim I PiirrosBlenheimI.jpgBritish Blenheim I bomber. In 1930ґs 18 planes was bought and during The Winter War Finland received total 22 planes more. Later some tens more was built under license.

Bristol Blenheim IV PiirrosBristolBlenheimIV.jpgDornier 17Z-1 PiirrosDornier17Z-1.jpgJunkers Ju88A-4 PiirrosJunkersJu88A-4.jpg24 planes was bought from Germany in year 1943.

Finnish Coastal Defence Ships:

Ilmarinen ilmari2.gifBlueprints: Ilmarinen_1934.gifVäinämöinen Illmarinen_06.jpgBlueprints: Vainamoinen_1944.gifMore pics: http://www.warship.get.net.pl/Finlandia/Cruisers/1932_Vainamoinen_class/_Vainamoinen_photos.html http://www.warship.get.net.pl/Finlandia/Cruisers/1932_Vainamoinen_class/Armament/_Vainamoinen_armament.html

Links: http://www.sci.fi/~ambush/faf/faf.html http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/2072/Finnaf.html




Wiking9

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#2 15 years ago

I agree with Skorz. The Finns were very intruiging during WW2, and I for 1 appreciate the ferocity in which they fought.

The 109 and Junkers JU-88A would just need a simple reskin, and Skorz has provided pics of other Finnish weapons (anti-tank rifles, LMG's, etc.).

I realize it may not be priority to the team, but definately somethign for the future.




LIGHTNING [NL]

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#3 15 years ago

al i can say is:

Fokker D21! :D

and like skorz said: 'finnish stuff!'




Skorz

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#4 15 years ago

Finnish weapons:

Suomi M/31

kp_Suomi_1.jpg Suomi M/31 SMG with 70-round drum magazine.

kp_Suomi_2.jpg Suomi M/31 SMG with 50-round box magazine. Notice muzzle-break in end of barrel.

Calibre: 9 mm x 19 Parabellum Length: 870 mm / 925 mm Barrel length: 314 mm Weight: 4,72 kg / 4,9 kg Fire-rate: 900/minute Magazine: boxes: 20, 50, drums: 40, 70 Abbreviations: "9,00 kp/31" and "900 KP 31" Country of origin: Finland Prototype: 1931

Bunker version of Suomi M/31

kp_M31_bunker.jpg Top one is early version, mass production version down.

Calibre: 9 mm x 19 Parabellum Length: 740 mm Barrel length: 314 mm Weight: 4,35 kg Fire-rate: 900/minute Magazine: boxes: 20, 50, drums: 40, 70 Abbreviations: "900 kp/31 korsu" and "900 KORSU KP 31" Country of origin: Finland Prototype: 1939 Production: 500 manufactured at 1941.

Lahti-Saloranta M/26

pk_M26.jpgCalibre: 7,62 mm x 54 R Length: 1180 mm Barrel length: 500 mm Weight: 9,3 kg Fire-rate: 450 - 550/minute Magazine: arch: 20 Official abbreviations: "7,62 pk/26" and "762 PK 26" Country of origin: Finland Prototype: 1925 Production: 1930 - 1942

Lahti L-35

pist_L35.jpgCalibre: 9 mm x 19 Parabellum Length: 240 mm Barrel length: 120 mm Weight: 1250 g Magazine: 8, removable Official abbreviations: "9,00 pist/35" and "900 PIST 35" Country of origin: Finland Prototype: last at 1935 Production: 1939 - early 1950's. Total production about 9000.

Maxim M/32-33

kk_M3233c.jpgCalibre: 7,62 mm x 54 R Length: 118 cm Barrel length: 72 cm Weight: 24,0 kg Fire-rate: 600 or 850/minute Ammunition belts: 200 round metal belt Mount: Finnish M/33 tripod: 30 kg Production: About 1200(?) made between 1933 – 1944 Country of origin: Finland

Antitank-rifle L-39

pstkiv_L39.jpgpstkiv_L39c.jpgpstkiv_L39c1.jpgCalibre: 20 mm x 138 B (Rheinmetall-Borsig) (*) Length: 224 cm Barrel length: 130 cm Weight: 49,5 kg/51,4 kg Fire-rate: 15/30 shots/minute (practical/maximum) Muzzle velocity: 800 – 840 m/sec Magazine: 10, removable box Maximum range: 6,5 km Ammunition weight: 337 g (AP) Bullet weight: 152 g (AP) Ammunition types: AP, APCR, HE, Phosphorous Basic principle: Semiautomatic, gas-action weapon Country of Origin: Finland

AA/AT-rifle L-39/44

L3944_2.jpgCalibre: 20 mm x 138 B (Rheinmetall-Borsig) Length: 224 cm Barrel length: 130 cm Weight: 48 kg AA-mount weight: 9 kg Fire-rate: 80 – 100 shots/minute Muzzle velocity: 800 – 840 m/sec Magazine: 10, removable box Maximum range: 6,5 km Ammunition weight: 337 g (AP) Bullet weight: 152 g (AP) Ammunition types: AP, APCR, HE, Phosphorous Basic principle: Selective fire gas-action weapon Country of Origin: Finland

Molotov Cocktail

molotov1.JPGmolotov_target.JPGMixes used in molotov cocktails:

Petrol + tar Petrol + kerosene + tar Waste alcohol + kerosene + tar

Satchel Charge

kasapanos3.JPGkasapanos_target.JPGThese were manufactured in three sizes:

2 kg satchel charge (with 2 kg of TNT) 3 kg satchel charge (with 3 kg of TNT) 4 kg satchel charge (with 4 kg of TNT)

Btw, have anyone here ever seen "The Winter War" movie?




TommyGunDaliani

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#5 15 years ago

suomi is better then ppsh then russians are just copying bastards




caeno

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#6 15 years ago

JEE! me want more finnish weapons too :D




MkH^

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#7 15 years ago

This was the most appropriate existing topic I could find, conserning the following issue..

What the hell has happened to Finnish insignia on vehicles!? I just played Karelia, and there were no symbols or markings whatsoever on Finnish vehicles! The Finnish swastika has NOTHING to do with nazism. Goddamn. That was the last bit of Finnish there was even left on "Finnish" troops. At least the vehicles were correct.. Damn, you might aswell remove the whole country from the mod. Currently it's a discrace to Finnish troops. I know it's just a game, but removing those symbols is the same as directly linking Finland to Nazism. Finland was using the symbol before the NAZI party was found, and has in no way any links to it, he who believes otherwise is a fool.

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Sigh.. wrong area. Well, I guess it doesn't really matter. All I want is an answer from the devs.




LIGHTNING [NL]

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#8 15 years ago

A swastica is a swastica and they are illegal in Germany, no matter how you use them or what you draw them on.




RandomChurch

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#9 15 years ago

I'd rather see the Italians, and French and more Polish stuff before they add the Finns.




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#10 15 years ago

MkH^This was the most appropriate existing topic I could find, conserning the following issue..

What the hell has happened to Finnish insignia on vehicles!? I just played Karelia, and there were no symbols or markings whatsoever on Finnish vehicles! The Finnish swastika has NOTHING to do with nazism. Goddamn. That was the last bit of Finnish there was even left on "Finnish" troops. At least the vehicles were correct.. Damn, you might aswell remove the whole country from the mod. Currently it's a discrace to Finnish troops. I know it's just a game, but removing those symbols is the same as directly linking Finland to Nazism. Finland was using the symbol before the NAZI party was found, and has in no way any links to it, he who believes otherwise is a fool.

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Sigh.. wrong area. Well, I guess it doesn't really matter. All I want is an answer from the devs.

you could have made a new thread instead of bumping this ancient one. It's only annoying when people make new threads about stupid things like the maus and adding the m16 to FH; your topic is good though :(




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