Serious complaint wiht accuracy of weapons -1 reply

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Admiral Donutz VIP Member

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#31 12 years ago

I did. *goes and runs to the other thread to post it there so I don't look like an utter failure/n00b* =p




Who_Flung_Poo?

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#32 12 years ago

How do you miss by a thread?




Cadyshack

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#33 12 years ago
Who_Flung_Poo?;4026778How do you miss by a thread?

A really bad brain fart. At least I catch myself before hitting the "Post Reply" button when this happens. ;)




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#34 12 years ago
Who_Flung_Poo?;4026778How do you miss by a thread?

Having 15-20 threads opent in your browser together with multiple tabs covering several pages of one single thread and then accidetly clicking the quote button in the wrong tab (and thread). :o

:'(

MOMMYY they are making fun of meEEEeeeeee! *sob* :bawl:




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#35 12 years ago

I remember being in Operation Goodwood and manning a 88 and putting the crosshairs on a juicy inviting Sherman flank and firing only to see the round land to the right of where I aimed. I believe it was fixed in later versions.




Cadyshack

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#36 12 years ago
Anlushac11;4027354I remember being in Operation Goodwood and manning a 88 and putting the crosshairs on a juicy inviting Sherman flank and firing only to see the round land to the right of where I aimed. I believe it was fixed in later versions.

One thing that still happens is the T-19 (the 105 howie on the M3a1 halftrack), and many american .50 cal tail guns in bombers can (and the tail guns normally do) stop pointing at the crosshair. So basically, your aim gets wierded up by just moving it. And it's hard to re-syncronise the gun to the crosshairs.




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#37 12 years ago
Cadyshack;4028755One thing that still happens is the T-19 (the 105 howie on the M3a1 halftrack), and many american .50 cal tail guns in bombers can (and the tail guns normally do) stop pointing at the crosshair. So basically, your aim gets wierded up by just moving it. And it's hard to re-syncronise the gun to the crosshairs.

All gunner positions in planes can do that. try flying gunner in the HE111 and you'll see it happen. It's easy to fix, just try to aim at the extreme corners of your view, it syncs up easily like that.




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#38 12 years ago

My only problem was with the rifles. I thought they were way too accurate at long range and way too inaccurate at close range. Everything else was fine.




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#39 12 years ago
Cadyshack;4028755One thing that still happens is the T-19 (the 105 howie on the M3a1 halftrack), and many american .50 cal tail guns in bombers can (and the tail guns normally do) stop pointing at the crosshair. So basically, your aim gets wierded up by just moving it. And it's hard to re-syncronise the gun to the crosshairs.

*cough*Nebelwerfer*cough*




Johannes

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#40 12 years ago

EO Violation;4025478Donutz, prior to the introduction of the Sten SMG, the Thompson was the submachine gun of the British Army in the west. It is every bit as essential to the release of the North African FH2 and the Lee-Enfield No. 4 and Bren gun.

But I'm sure you already know this.

Actually, the Lee-Enfield No. 4 is not at all that essential for North Africa, as it really wasn't systematically issued until the end of 1943 if I remember correctly (Italian Campaign). North Africa needed the Lee-Enfield SMLE, but I think the devs. just wanted to get the No. 4 in because it'll be easier when they move on to the Western Front 1944, which they'll most likely be doing before they get to the other campaigns needing the SMLE (1940 or Far East).