If this should be in the game the nads must have random fuses! It should also be hard hitting what you're aiming at. Try hitting a tree with a rock from 10 meters away! Its really hard!
I can hit a broomstick handle with a snowball about 10ft away...
i just went outside and tried it, 8-10 times i hit the tree. the 2 shots that missed, missed by an inch.
Now throw a 14 ounce ball.
Real-BadSeedi just went outside and tried it, 8-10 times i hit the tree. the 2 shots that missed, missed by an inch.
Too much time on your hands :lol: . Just joking RBS :bows: Anyways, would be a great feature. "cooking" the nade, and having a random fuse so you can blow your face to bits if you try to be clever.
I was at a millitary surplus store a few weeks ago and they had some old WW2 fragmentation gernades I was looking at (without fuses in them of course) and they were a lot heavier than I though they would be. Even though they were heavy I though I could throw it further than you can throw gernades in FH. What would be cool is if you have a power bar to detirmine how far you throw it but the faster you throw it the more inaccurate your throw is. If you try to throw something that heavy as hard as you can I dont think you will be too accurate. I like how FH took out the crosshair for throwing gernades so you are not spot on with every throw but I think minor, random inaccuracy for longer range throws would be more realistic.
Too much time on your hands :lol: . Just joking RBS :bows:
Yes :) how about duds? 1-100 maybe? or whatever the stats are for duds
Hmm, although 'cooking' grenades might be a nice little addon, it is practically forbidden in battle in modern day, from what I have heard from multiple soldiers. I know that dosn't mean it isn't done, and I have no idea about how it was in WWII, but I'll say again it is prohibited in present time. (Basically because it is dangerous)
Well, yes, so is running around with nades hanging from your belt by the pin, having a cocked .45 down your pants, and any number of other things.
I recall reading how at some point during the Vietnam war, the Army forbade people from bringing their own firearms along, nominally because of logistics issues, but more realistically because they didn't want a bunch of hicks who couldn't get draft exemptions running around with a 12-gauge from back on the farm.
"Dangerous", heh. More so than having people shooting at you? :-)
'Dangerous' is the reason I have heard, not what I am personally stating. I guess they see accidents of a friendly grenade going off in your squad not worth getting your grenade to blow a bit early once its thrown to the enemy. I am just stating what I do know.
At any rate it would be a cool feature to add, and I am sure it was done. :D