Hello Im bothering you again with this AT-mine for the Germans. I heard "sticky things" cannot be made for BF42 engine so this suggestion is for FH2 Haft Hohl Laddung was magnetic mine, and it was attached to a enemy tank by hand. (So its a perfect weapon for BF players ). It also had 100 mm penetration Few pics of it are here in thread (If i was succeed in attaching them) This idea was taken from Discovery channels weapons of war - document program and German movie "Stalingrad" Now i have spent little time since its boring :naughty:
Sounds nice. The run-up-and-put-mine-on-tank people will love this, as well as the infantry kamikazes, but without diverging from realism that much. Simply put: Realistic, but still popular with the players. Cheers, from Gemini's wurst nitemare.
It's spelt Hafthohlladung. It's been suggested many times. Though it's still one hell of a weapon. The HHL 3 could penetrate 140mm of armour.
I think now that we have sticky bombs in bf2, this weapon is a must in FH, it should replace the gabelle ladung IMO.
silianIt's spelt Hafthohlladung. It's been suggested many times. Though it's still one hell of a weapon. The HHL 3 could penetrate 140mm of armour.
It was spelled in the program like that and thatswhy i didint see any similar suggestion to this.
something like the c4 in bf 2? oh yeah :naughty:
Kinda not too much different from the Japanese Turtle Mines they are doing right now huh? I realize right now they are just like satchels, but in FH2 they will be magnetic, so if they do one, it should be cake to do the other.
I suppose Zimmerit will be possible in FH2 aswell?
Was that the layer of cement on the lower parts of a tank to make it non-magnetic?
snotvodWas that the layer of cement on the lower parts of a tank to make it non-magnetic?
That's right. It was actually composed of: 40% Barium Sulphate,BaSO4 - is made from Barium (Ba) treated with Sulpheric acid (H2SO4), and is water-insoluble 25% Polyvinyl Acetate,PVA - commonly known as white carpenters glue15% ochre pigment,An earth-toned coloring material 10% Zinc sulphide andZnS - a natural mineral, and a Zinc ore. 70% Zinc Sulphide and 30% Barium Suphate give Lithopone, a white pigment 10% sawdust It was applied to the entire hull and superstructure surface, including under skirts, to Battle Tanks, Assault guns, tank hunters and other frontlie vehicles, not to vehicles such as mobile artillery.