Perhaps I'm being presumptuous but the model 12 winchester was in .70 so here it goes. either the Winchester 97 or the Winchester model 12 could they be "full auto" with a slow ROF such as like 250. Both weapons lack a trigger disconnect and therefore could be fired as fast as one could shuck the slide.(or jerk themselves off) All one would have to do is hold down the mouse button and it would fire automatically. Couple this with a tubular magazine holding 6 rounds of 00 buck and you have yourself a pretty killer "boomstick":D
COD2 has the winchester 97 and they nerfed it by making it semi auto and slow to cycle. (i suppose because they can't limit kits, or maybe because they have bad masturbating/handjob technique. If put in game please do not nerf it like those fools over at COD2. Allow it to have all its glory and ownage but limit it to pickup kits only. Its what God and John Moses Browning intended
Here are some sources in this first clip of a coyboy action shooter he is required to insert rounds manually into the breech, so as to give double barrel shotguns a fair chance. He's still damn fast though YouTube - CAS shotgun - Grim Reaper
This second clip has some guy in a dumb hat shooting a norinco clone of a win 97. Note how he doesn't have to lower the piece from his shoulder to cycle the action. (in cod2 the player needlessly does this again probably because they have never wanked themselves and got the rhythm down) YouTube - Norinco 1897 "Trench Gun"
Yes I've read it but that thread neglects the nuts and bolts suggestion I have regarding rate of fire of the weapons in question.
Additionally I think that the best way to truly represent the fast ROF of these weapons is to have them full auto. There was no need to let go of the trigger to reset the disconnect, because there was no disconnect. I feel that it would be an injustice in the strongest sense of the word, to have to release the mouse to fire again.
When the Win 97 first appeared in the trenches of WWI Imperial Germany screamed "hax" and declared that any soldier found with one would be executed. The United States responded in kind by issuing an order stating that any soldier executing another soldier for possessing this weapon would themselves be executed. The Germans backed down.
I didn't make it!
The trench gun in CoD2 didn't do any good to the game. Even if that weapon was common in WWI and maybe in the Pacific theatre of WWII, it certainly wasn't commonly used in France or Germany.
By the way, the Germans invented something even nicer than the trench gun: The Schmeisser MP18, world's first submachine gun. Needless to say, it was used to devastating effect by Stoßtrupps (assault troopers), but it didn't have any effect on the outcome of the war whatsoever.