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lumpeh

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25th September 2003

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#161 16 years ago

Actually thinking about it, will the mines in the new FH be better hidden than the old? Also will we ever be able to lump more around with us? Perhaps a kit that has only a carbine\pistol and mines, but more than the usual. I know you've somehow done it with the 24 mine truck anyways. A few engies should be able to set up a nice anti-armor defense and then sit themselves in the new acquired AT guns no? :)




[ASHOLe9]Bard

I'm too cool to Post

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9th August 2004

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#162 16 years ago

Kind of sad that ones with good bandwith have to wait on the release. When it´s sent for production, what stops you from making it available for download? Maby I have missed information of this in all of the post.

Feels like one with good bandwith gets punished? hmmm.. how does FH work with bad bandwith?

Edit* BTW-GJ on the best mod out there, very nice! Feels more like WW2 compared vanilla




A$$A$$IN

All Eyes On Me

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8th July 2004

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#163 16 years ago

I just wish they would stop showing everything in the release so we will have a suprise when its finally released. Of course i could not view the page, but thats just crazy :uhoh: . Oh and btw the update looks amazing, good work!




MG42Maniac

A man of dubious moral fibre

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28th May 2003

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#164 16 years ago
Beregil@MG42Mainiac.... You got this PE Moonstone in your Buddylist? why? I HATE this bastard, he flamed my clan, he copied my clan, he uses Bugs ingame, and he is cheating! Hes a goddamned child. Bah...

Well I have been playing with him since like March 2003 ,I think hes a pretty kool guy , I agree before 1.6 patch he would pull off some uber l33t moves which were probobly due to a cheat but aside from that hes the best pilot I know of and most of the stuff I know I learnt off him. Due to the times and regularity of his play he probobly attends school or college but i've not seen him do any flaming as I can't really understand German :)




D_Day_Dawson

Missing in action

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7th August 2003

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#165 16 years ago

They always hold stuff back ;) That's the devs' way...




remco

IK FUCK MET JE

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25th February 2004

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#166 16 years ago

M1 carbine (M2, M3, M1A1)

The M1 carbine is a semiautomatic rifle more powerful than a handgun, but less powerful than the M1 rifle. It is light weight and effective up to 300 metres. Developed during WW2, the M1 carbine was intended as a replacement for the M1911-A1 pistol, but it was used more often as a light rifle. The M1A1 carbine was standarized in 1942. Intended for use by paratroopers, it had a side folding stock. The M2 carbine was standarized in 1944 as a selective fire carbine. The M3 is an M2 with infrared sniperscope.

Production: 1941-present. Between 1941 and 1945 nearly 6.25 million of various models of these carbines were manufactured, making the M1 the most widely-produced small arm in American military history. 5,510,000 of the M1 version were made; 150,000 of the M1A1; 570,000 of the M2; and 2100 of the M3. Private manufacturers continue to produce small quantities in the USA for private (non-military) use.

Manufacturers: Springfield Armory Inc, Geneseo, Illinois; Iver Johnson Arms Inc, Middelsex, New Jersey

Service: Millions of M1 and related model carbines are in service around the world today. Users include the US National Guard and the armed forces of Chile, Ethiopia, Honduras, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Norway (in reserve), Philippines, Taiwan, Tunisia. The M1 was in service in Cambodia and Laos prior to the Vietnam war, and may still be found there.

Cartridge: .30 M1 carbine

Operation: (M1) gas, self-loading; (M2 and M3) selective fire

Method of locking: rotating bolt

Magazine capacity: 15 or 30

Weight empty: 5.47 pounds (2.48 kg)

Length: 35.5 inches (905 mm)

Barrel length: 458 mm

Muzzle velocity: 2000 f/s (593 m/s)

Rate of fire: cyclic (M2 and M3 only), 750 rounds/minute

Effective range: 300 m more like this fryaduck




Xenred

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18th January 2006

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#167 16 years ago
Run 4 Da Gunenough with the technical talk the real question is how much of a punch will these guns pack and will they be able to kill from a distance?

One way too find out.




remco

IK FUCK MET JE

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25th February 2004

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#168 16 years ago
{GD}EichmannOne way too find out.

to PLAY




{SmB}IcelanDick

Ég tala ekki Íslensku

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12th June 2004

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#169 16 years ago
A$$A$$INI just wish they would stop showing everything in the release so we will have a suprise when its finally released.

who says they're showing everything?




Elessar Telcontar

I want to be like the Admins

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5th April 2004

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#170 16 years ago
FryaDuckOnce again it is not nor ever has been a pistol round. The .30 cal Winchester is closer in looks to the 5.56mm Nato round and that certainly doesn't look like a pistol round.

I think you've got your cartridges confused. attachment.php?attachmentid=14299&stc=1 (image from http://world.guns.ru) From left to right: .30 M1 US carbine, 7.62x39mm Russian ("AK ammunition") and 5.56 NATO. I'd say the .30 Carbine looks like a pistol round rather than a 5.56 NATO.