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PanzeR_1987

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#11 12 years ago

ye i have seen sone teasers of FH2, it does look nice, my brother has BF2 but the case cracked the game so im gnna have to get a new one. I want to see the sodier cry when he can get his enbloc clip into his garand!




Pietje

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#12 12 years ago
Meadow;3730127A lot of the problems you talk about are because BF1942 does not allow the right hand to be removed from the gun. This is not the case in BF2, so expect beautiful animations in FH2!

You just made me happy Meadow! :)




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#13 12 years ago

i think i know what you mean... i liked DOD:S source's hompson animation because as he inserts a new clip in doesn't go straight in, your character fumbles with it for a milisecond.




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#14 12 years ago

I agree the reloading anims should look like something normal human beings are capable of and should be a tad bit longer. Reloading on rifles is barely longer than working the bolt, but let's not over do it. I mean, closing the pouch? And I don't know how it worked back then, but from what I've heard American troops run reloading drills so much they can do it smoothly while being shot at.




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#15 12 years ago

PanzeR_1987;3729904since all the years ive played FPS. ive noticed that the reloading is not up the scratch (im fussy). take the rifles for instance, especially the garand; when ejecting the clip and reloading he holds up the rifle with one hand and reloading it with another. i would like to see the rifle come alot close to screen while holding it up with the left hand from underneath and inserting the clip with the other hand, enpahsizing difficulty while reloading.

yes, yes, yes, i am a war phenatic and yes i do know that games are supposed to be quickly played (ram the clip in and reload under 2 seconds!!) but the garand took over 8.5 seconds to reload and while under pressure and fire, maybe more.

i just think this feature will make the game more exciting and alot more realistic

what do you think

(go on throw a book at me why dont cha!) lol =p:rolleyes: :rofl:

wayyyy wrong with the Garand statistics.. i would know, i own multiple M1's. They reload very quickly, faster than a Mauser, Springfield, whatever. The last round is fired.. the bolt comes back ejecting the last casing, the bolt locks back and the clip ejector is triggered all under .1 seconds. You grab a fresh enbloc from your belt, pocket, or sling on the rifle, point it in the forward direction, and while placing the side of your hand (near the pinky) against the bolt catch, you shove it in, move your thumb, and let go. The bolt SHOULD run forward and chamber a new round, and if not, tap the rear of the bolt catch. The bolt runs forward and you are ready to fire... takes me maybe 4 seconds to do this or less, and in battle, you may do it faster do to adrenaline. Thanks...! GARANDS RULE




Uncle_Sam

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#16 12 years ago
M1GarandOwner;3749679wayyyy wrong with the Garand statistics.. i would know, i own multiple M1's. They reload very quickly, faster than a Mauser, Springfield, whatever. The last round is fired.. the bolt comes back ejecting the last casing, the bolt locks back and the clip ejector is triggered all under .1 seconds. You grab a fresh enbloc from your belt, pocket, or sling on the rifle, point it in the forward direction, and while placing the side of your hand (near the pinky) against the bolt catch, you shove it in, move your thumb, and let go. The bolt SHOULD run forward and chamber a new round, and if not, tap the rear of the bolt catch. The bolt runs forward and you are ready to fire... takes me maybe 4 seconds to do this or less, and in battle, you may do it faster do to adrenaline. Thanks...! GARANDS RULE

Thats what I was gonna say. That's how I've always done it reloading my buddies garand. Obviously I'm not getting shot at and I'm not military trained so I'm not a click click boom relaoder. But I know for a fact you can do it like m1 says. The guys using the garands were BAMFs at what they did and it was nothing to reload it "combat-style". But theres that "garand thumb" thing where if you let the bolt out before taking your thumb out. And yea, that swells reallll nice. Now just casually shooting you have no real reason to load it fast like that, so longer then 4 seconds would be just fine in that situation. I have to disagree on the K98 tho, when you run out and the bolt locks back in the back position its nothing for me to slide the stripper clip in and slam the bolt back shut. I can do it faster then the garand, but I actually own/use the k98 a lot more...




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#17 12 years ago

Thorondor123;3730017Now you got me interested, WTH is a banana clip?

Edit: found it:

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no no no a banana clip is a clip where about half way down it curves and i got one of those rifles a gander mountin for $100 there cheap but a blast to shoot if you find ammo for it and it is cheap 448 for $48




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#18 12 years ago

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Banana mag (clip)




General_Henry

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#19 12 years ago

McGibs;3754879aksmall.jpg

Banana mag (clip)

that's an AK47?

it looked like a Stg44




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#20 12 years ago

AK47 = All best qualities of the various MG's without adding any new revolutionary technology = cheap & kick-ass. That list would include the StG44, yes.