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#1 13 years ago

OK i made list about Finnish weapons in winter and continuewar because u seems to made some weapons which finland have never had. So i dont have never heard about Sdkfz's or Mg 34 in Finland wars. Tanks: Vickers-Ammstrong T-26 T-34 Pz IV Stu 40 KV-1 Weapons: L-35 Lahti (Pistol) M/09-21 Maxim (HMG) M/23 Parabellum Luger (Pistol) M/26 Lahti-Saloranta (LMG) M/27 Military Rifle (Rifle) M/31 Suomi (Submachinegun) M/32 Stick Grenade (Grenade) M/32-33 Maxim (HMG) M/37 Boys (Antitank rifle) Molotov's Coctail Mosin-Nagant M/1891 (Rifle) MP/18-1 Bergmann (Submachinegun) Satchel Charge Panzerfaust (Bazooka)




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#2 13 years ago

I doubt that list has anything to offer the devs don't know about. It could have been useful a year or so ago, but I think they are correcting the equipment till 0.7. Welcome to GF BTW.




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#3 13 years ago

Yeah, the devs have dealt with such things already. They have the pzfaust, the Soumi and BT-14(I think that is right...the arty thing) are coming in the next patch. Pukko knife is there, Stug3G is in Tali-Ihantalla. Also, the Pz4G never saw combat, they came too late. Also, they didn't use the Boys, they used the 20mm Lahti AT rifle. Vickers would be nice for a Winter War map though.




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#4 13 years ago
Von MudraYeah, the devs have dealt with such things already. They have the pzfaust, the Soumi and BT-14(I think that is right...the arty thing) are coming in the next patch. Pukko knife is there, Stug3G is in Tali-Ihantalla. Also, the Pz4G never saw combat, they came too late. Also, they didn't use the Boys, they used the 20mm Lahti AT rifle. Vickers would be nice for a Winter War map though.

The G was never shipped to finland, the J was shipped in the end of 44 and the scheduling for arrival was scratched because of the Soviets.




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#5 13 years ago

Doh, sry, yeah, the J model. However, it did arrive, and was shipped north to fight the Germans in the Lapland War, but was too late to see action.




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#6 13 years ago

Well, if someone wants to play winter war, play FinnWars. :) There they have Vickers, Suomi, M/28 rifle, Lahti AT rifle and Molotov Cocktails. Even Kasapanos.




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#7 13 years ago

I have found several sources stating that Finland operated a number of Bofors 37mm AT guns, basically the same as the Polish WZ.36 AT gun. It seems they also recieved some of the Sweedish versions as well but the Sweedish versions had a different gun shield.




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#8 13 years ago
Anlushac11I have found several sources stating that Finland operated a number of Bofors 37mm AT guns, basically the same as the Polish WZ.36 AT gun. It seems they also recieved some of the Sweedish versions as well but the Sweedish versions had a different gun shield.

Hm... that's right :nodding:. Mainly the only AT finland have together with Molotov and Kasapanos. www.winterwar.com It's in FinnWars too i think. www.finnwars.com




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#9 13 years ago

Finland had Boys, donated by Britain I think. Finland also bought some Pzb35 (p) from Germany iirc. Boys or Pzb35(p) were probably not used in thr continuation war.




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#10 13 years ago

http://www.jaegerplatoon.net/MAIN.html

Excellent website about Finnish equipment from 1918 to 1945.