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mutantpoo

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#1 16 years ago

I was looking thru the weapon rfa file.What is the difference between the M1 carbine and the M1A1 carbine ? Don't think I saw any.

The PZ747 tank ? I somehow deleted the manual. Is that the German tank the Russians captured and used ?




Gocad

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#2 16 years ago

The M1A1 carbine was issued to Airborne troops and differs from the regular M1 by having a folding stock.

The Pz747 is, if i'm not mistaken, the German designation for the Russian T34.




silian

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#3 16 years ago

The Pz747r is on Valirisk, and is a captured T-34/85. Though it should be a T-34/76, of which hundreds were captured. Only a handful of T-34/85's were captured and even fewer of these were used in combat, the majority were sent to Germany for evaluation.




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#4 16 years ago

What software is needed to view .rfa files?




silian

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#5 16 years ago

rfa extractor, IIRC a download link can be found on the FH site.




Arisaka

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#6 16 years ago

even though an rfa-extractor is preferable, i think i've heard something about .rfa's being packed the same way a zip-file is, so if you rename it, maybe you can open it in winrar/winzip/win32




emonkies

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#7 16 years ago

The Italians Forces in Russia operated a number of T-34/76's they captured during Operation Barbarossa.