Alternative Ammunition Types -1 reply

Please wait...

Gnar_Kill

Addicted to GF

50 XP

8th September 2004

0 Uploads

275 Posts

0 Threads

#21 13 years ago
foodmaniac2003What about choosing rifle ammo types? I read about incendiary bullets onnce I think.

Incendiary bullets were mainly used in WWI for balloon busting and zeppelin hunting. But I'm sure that they used them in WWII as well. My uncle said that when he was in Vietnam, for fun they would shoot a couple incendiaries into a dry field and then put the fire out with grenade launchers.




[nl]Invincible

FH Betatester

50 XP

29th December 2004

0 Uploads

1,437 Posts

0 Threads

#22 13 years ago
well, there will DEFINATELY be no chemical or biological weapons.

You know this is posible, like bf2''special forces'' does have gas. I know that there are almost no Chemical weapons wher used in ww2. But i do remember that small island near the france coast where german bunkers wher placed got pouned like all day long at a time, when the germans came out there eyes start burning etc, and they wher fighting the landing americans of with gasmask.. what wasnt realy a good plane. Also phosphorus shells where used? thats chemical right??

Oke this is btter for a ww1 mod.




Nurenig

FH Xlite

50 XP

26th December 2003

0 Uploads

1,031 Posts

0 Threads

#23 13 years ago

Well MG Schutze where equiped with Armour Piercing Bullets.




Gen'l Knight

Can't ... give peace a chance?

50 XP

10th April 2004

0 Uploads

1,920 Posts

0 Threads

#24 13 years ago
'[nlInvincible'] Also phosphorus shells where used? thats chemical right??

Gunpowder is chemical too... :naughty:

Technically chemical warefare - warfare by means of chemical and chemical devices such as poisonous gases, flame throwers, incendiary bombs, smoke screens, etc.

Webster's New World Dictionary, Third College Edition, Property of U.S. Government (oops!)




Frederf

I take what n0e says way too seriously

50 XP

2nd March 2004

0 Uploads

2,156 Posts

0 Threads

#25 13 years ago

I think WP and flamethrowers count as chemical warfare. I mean lead is a chemical right? I suppose any weapon designed to interact with the target on a chemical level (and not just a physically level, blowing them apart for instance) would be a chem. weapon.

Burning, melting, affecting biology, ect would all be chemical weapons.




foodmaniac2003

Gelato pwns all

50 XP

11th March 2006

0 Uploads

2,875 Posts

0 Threads

#26 13 years ago