I'm not sure if it's a bug or if this is the way it's supposed to be, but the anti tank rifle found in maps such as Crete-1941 or in Fall Weiss-1939 takes for ever to reload, and sometimes I fire one single shot and it says my clip is empty. What's going on?
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17th June 2003
I think it is suppose to be a long reload due to its high power. However, in reality it shouldn't take that long to reload or pull the bolt.
Gah Ensign again! You always post seconds after with a reply that only shows a half understanding of the original post, clearly because you dont even play the game the topic is based on...
And no, ingame its not very powerful at all, a direct hit to an enemy soldier does not kill him, and i think it takes around 3-4 AT Rifle Nades, to destroy a sherman by hitting it on its rear armour. So no it isnt a bug, just how the devs made it i guess. What do you mean with the part, "it shows that my clip is empty"?
sometimes when I fire, it doesn't fire right away. then after one single shot, i have no more rounds left in my clip. it's weird...:confused:
AT rifle does kill a soldier, AT grenades don't :0wned:
AT is for tanks AT anything does kill a soldier a bazooka/panzerfaust/panzerchek/japanese AT rifle/PIAT is not a rocket launcher also the cocking animations and sounds for the polish AT rifle needs to be finished clearly the developer didnt finished it and rushed it into the .61 release, Japanese AT grenades hurt the shermans, i would imagine in real life those lil things didnt hurt the sherman much, but if ur good, u aim for the treads
Run 4 Da Gun a bazooka/panzerfaust/panzerchek/japanese AT rifle/PIAT is not a rocket launcher
bazooka, panzerfaust and panzerschreck ARE rocket launchers... :rolleyes:
Blackeaglebazooka, panzerfaust and panzerschreck ARE rocket launchers... :rolleyes:
LAUNCHED PROJECTILE, rockets fuel themselves after released out of the barrel :deal: use google and learn something, BTW welcome to the forums :uhoh:
Run 4 Da GunLAUNCHED PROJECTILE, rockets fuel themselves after released out of the barrel :deal: use google and learn something, BTW welcome to the forums :uhoh:
And what do you think launches the projectile? Santa Claus? :eek:
Surely rockets fuel themselves, even the bazooka rocketgrenades too! (By the way there are basicly 2 types of rockets: Rockets with solid fuel, like the ones you use at new year or the two small white rocktes at the space shuttles and the ones with a rocket engine, like the V2).
"...Things changed when Colonel Skinner suggested placing the grenade on the front of his experimental rocket launcher , which was a weapon looking for a role. This proved to be a good match, and by late 1942 the Rocket Launcher, M1A1 was introduced. This consisted of a 4 ft (1.2 m) tube with a simple wooden stock and sights, into which the 60 mm rocket grenades were inserted at the rear. A small battery provided a charge to ignite the rocket when the trigger was pulled. The main drawback to the weapon was the large backblast and smoke trail which gave away the position of the shooter..."
welcome to the forums, BTW use your brain and learn something :cya:
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