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DraKon2k

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#1 13 years ago

Hi, some suggestions:

-Mauser C96 -MP41 -M26 Pershing -An older version of the Tiger maybe on some maps -Wirbelwind AA-Tank Thanks for your attention.




Gauntlet

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#2 13 years ago

Well, most of them have already been suggested, and I think the devs have read it numerous times. But the MP41? Wasnt that just an MP40 with wooden stock, and were only used by secondline units and the police? If so, it wouldnt have that much point in beeing in FH. And older versions of the Tiger? AFAIK, the only Tiger to be produced in great numbers where the ausf. E. All the others were either prototypes, or Porche designs (which were converted to be the Elefant/Ferdinands).




Neighbor Kid

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#3 13 years ago

MP41s were rarely sawn on the field, and the M26 i believe is WIPi have no clue about the mauser, and no ideaabot the wirbelwind




Ohioan

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#4 13 years ago

Mauser c96 was a Waffen-SS officer's toy. It didn't see much action at all. Tis a pity as well, since the gun is freaking awesome and I love it.

The MP41 WAS a MP40 with a wooden stock. Used mainly by MPs and occupation forces in France and Germany. Could be used on the Berlin map or a Free French Resistance map.

M26 Pershing is in the works, I imagine.

No need for "older versions" of the Tiger. The older version were gutted and turned into Elefants/Ferdinands.

Wirbelwind is not necessary. Germany has a LOT of mobile AA as is and dosen't need any more.




silian

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#5 13 years ago
GauntletAnd older versions of the Tiger? AFAIK, the only Tiger to be produced in great numbers where the ausf. E. All the others were either prototypes, or Porche designs (which were converted to be the Elefant/Ferdinands).

No he means early and late production vehicles. Production Version - Visible distinguishing features Early production - fitted with rubber 'tyred' road wheels and smoke grenade dischargers Mid production - fitted with rubber 'tyred' road wheels, no smoke grenade dischargers Late production - Steel road wheels and smaller idler wheel. (Mid and Late vehicles have a more powerful engine) Early Production Pz.Kpfw.VI Ausf.E (or H) 'Tiger 131' at the Tank Museum: attachment.php?attachmentid=34542&stc=1 Late production Pz.Kpfw.VI Ausf.E (with transport tracks, idler wheel on the floor at the rear of the vehicle) at the Musée des Blindés: attachment.php?attachmentid=34543&stc=1




Ohioan

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#6 13 years ago

So he wants us to make a new model with slightly different wheels? Pfft.




Tas

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#7 13 years ago
OhioanMauser c96 was a Waffen-SS officer's toy. It didn't see much action at all. Tis a pity as well, since the gun is freaking awesome and I love it. The MP41 WAS a MP40 with a wooden stock. Used mainly by MPs and occupation forces in France and Germany. Could be used on the Berlin map or a Free French Resistance map. M26 Pershing is in the works, I imagine. No need for "older versions" of the Tiger. The older version were gutted and turned into Elefants/Ferdinands. Wirbelwind is not necessary. Germany has a LOT of mobile AA as is and dosen't need any more.

Germany's mobile AA as it stands sucks badly, while they need it the most to prevent getting raped by the zillion jabo's. The halftrack sdkfz[size=-1]7 thing flips over when it hits a pebble, and is impossible to steer when driving at any speed. The Vierling mounted on the back seems less accurate then a normal vierling, and the whole thing will blow up when even touched by an mg-bullet. Then there is the Ostwind, High ROF, small clip, you might get one hit on a plane, but it will be gone before you are reloaded. Dont get me started on the halftrack with the 88. A wirbelwind would be no luxury. [/size]




silian

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#8 13 years ago

But what about different Shermans with different engines? It's quite easy to mistake the M4, M4A2, M4A3 and M4A4 especially when you don't know the sometimes minimal external differences.