When you fire a bolt action Rifle you have to do the correct movement for the next round to fall into place. I don't care about having to see the bolt movement but your soldier should taken the correct amount of time to complete the motion. When I fire my 3030 I can lock in a new round in about 1 second.
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9th December 2003
Uhm excuse me but is this even a suggestion? "Please use historical accurate speeds/numbers/ammounts/..."
Since we have custom animations and all you really don't have anything to worry about.
von Mudra put an interesting demo on YouTube once, when we doubted that he could (a) reload a double-action rifle (in his case, a K98) very quickly and in series, and (b) do this without dropping the sights.
He proved us wrong with a video (posted at http://forums.filefront.com/fh2-suggestions/274863-bolt-action-animation-while-aiming.html#post3175725 but unfortunately removed, maybe ask him to repost it.
I have two straight-pull Swiss bolt action rifles, and I can't honestly reload that fast, but I've seen bolts that were a lot less tight than mine (double entendre of the day there) and I could see how people could really reload those very quickly.
Check my post in that age old thread:P
our rifles can spit out rounds pretty fast, but it drops the iron sights to do so (because it looks nicer). So practical accurat shooting is probobly 10 or 20 shots a minuet, wheres you can pump out about 3 times just that shooting randomly from the hip.
Sounds good, I do not have to stop aiming when I fire a rifle, why? Because I lay down :) Plus we attached a bi-stand to my 3030 and my brother often reloads for me when we are sharp shooting.
Check the post Von Mudra made 1 hour ago, its there.