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shrinerr

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#141 14 years ago

FryaDuckYou use the wakisashi to commit seppuku (ritual suicide) using harikiri (gut cut). A second (your trusted feif) stands close to remove your head with a single stroke of his or his lords ritually cleaned katana when either a signal is made or before the head touches the ground.

The actual gut cut normally is drawn across the gut (left to right or vica versa) then recentered @ the navel. The blade is then turned upwards towards the sternum and the blade is then drawn upwards into the heart. This is normally the time when the second removes the head as anymore disembowelling is considered unnecessary.

Therefore,

Japanese are stupid.




Dousen

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#142 14 years ago

in the new .62 update, the fh guys should fix the reloading animations. the mausers used at that time had clips of more than 5 bullets, so there was no need to put a bullet in everyshot as in the animation. simply pulling the bolt back throws the empty shell from the chamber, and while pushing it back in the bolt grabs a bullet from the clip and pushes the it into the barrel. so the animation should be just pulling and pushing the bolt, no need to grab another bullet form some pouch on the belt. and it would be really cool if you had the rifle straped to your back or dropped when when useing another weapon or vice versa, i mean where does that giant rifle go when you pull out another weapon?




BAM

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#143 14 years ago
Dousenin the new .62 update, the fh guys should fix the reloading animations. the mausers used at that time had clips of more than 5 bullets, so there was no need to put a bullet in everyshot as in the animation. simply pulling the bolt back throws the empty shell from the chamber, and while pushing it back in the bolt grabs a bullet from the clip and pushes the it into the barrel. so the animation should be just pulling and pushing the bolt, no need to grab another bullet form some pouch on the belt. and it would be really cool if you had the rifle straped to your back or dropped when when useing another weapon or vice versa, i mean where does that giant rifle go when you pull out another weapon?

errr and were does it says that he put a new one in it ????




Kämpfer

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27th April 2003

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#144 14 years ago
Dousenin the new .62 update, the fh guys should fix the reloading animations. the mausers used at that time had clips of more than 5 bullets, so there was no need to put a bullet in everyshot as in the animation. simply pulling the bolt back throws the empty shell from the chamber, and while pushing it back in the bolt grabs a bullet from the clip and pushes the it into the barrel. so the animation should be just pulling and pushing the bolt, no need to grab another bullet form some pouch on the belt. and it would be really cool if you had the rifle straped to your back or dropped when when useing another weapon or vice versa, i mean where does that giant rifle go when you pull out another weapon?

Actually all it does is puts the rifle down(out of first person view) and then it does the animation, so for all we know all he is doing down there is working the bolt.




BAM

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#145 14 years ago

yes Dice was smart and saved alot of time with that lol .... any way left handed bolts would be gay ...




Beast of War

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#146 14 years ago
MyrddraalIt was a 1925 design; virtually all planes were open cockpit at that time.

And they flew only low altitude.......obviously it only freezes ( in summer that is ) above a kilometer of altitude. In winter it just freezes harder up there.

B17's and the like flew very high to avoid FLAK fire and thus had to cope with temperatures far below sub zero.

Maybe the Russians had primitive electric heated suits wich were available in WWII, or just had very thick suits with many layers.

Btw : in wich region people live also determins how much heat or cold they can take.....i don't know if you guys know, but an inuit eskimo can sustain sub zero temperatures with an uncoverd face......if you try to do the same, you will suffer very serious injury ( nose and ears will freeze and the tissue will die ) The secret to this is inuit eskimo's have a better bloodsupply ( larger vains ) in and to their face, keeping it from freezing. Humans are humans, but they are often adapted to the region in wich they live......if you ignore that, it could work against you in war.....the Russians are not inuit eskimo's, but i think the germans learned the hard way they don't belong in winter Russia.......




emonkies

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#147 14 years ago
Beast of Warthe Russians are not inuit eskimo's, but i think the germans learned the hard way they don't belong in winter Russia.......

"Haha.. you fool! You fell victim to one of the classic blunders. The most famous is: Never get involved in a land war in Asia. Only slightly less well know is this: Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line!"

- The Princess Bride