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Suggestions / Re: M1 garand with scope - M1C or M1D
« on: 09-02-2011, 10:02:21 »
I just asked for Garand scped so it's perfectly balanced. 2/2/5 = that is 4/5.

But if we went Allied =/= Axis I think that germans still have moar stuff.

Suggestions / Re: M1 garand with scope - M1C or M1D
« on: 09-02-2011, 10:02:53 »
I just realized that the germans have 5 (5!!!) scoped versions of guns. K98 ZF, ZF41, Stg44 ZF, G43 ZF and FG42 ZF.
But Americans have only the Springfield Sniper, and British have only Pattern 14 and Lee Enfield No4 sniper.
I want the Garand scoped and I want it now!

Please.  ;D

Suggestions / Re: idea for a BOTB weapon
« on: 09-02-2011, 10:02:11 »
I'd rather see Panzer I and T1 Cunningham and MS1, then when you get killed you enter the round with your new Tiger/T32/IS.

But seriously now, Motorcycles would be great for maps like St. Lo

Gaming / Re: Battlefield 3
« on: 09-02-2011, 10:02:39 »
I hope they do it like in BF2142 where you could customize your class a lot. Assault could be medic or just assault, support could be well support with different stuff, recon was able to choose between sniper rifle or assault carbine and Engineer was AT and engineer put together.

Ye i would like that too. But 2142 was futuristic so they COULD do something like that. Don't think they will apply that to BF3. < We need customization, Vietnam style character selection, 2142 loadout and classes, and BC2 graphics, sounds, maps and objectives.

Off-Topic / Re: Parlez-vous Francais?
« on: 09-02-2011, 00:02:19 »
I think the 10% and the Nigerien are allso cover-blowing.

They don't have bayonets in modern war. Well they do but not whole knives/machetes like they used to have in World Wars.

Suggestions / Re: idea for a BOTB weapon
« on: 07-02-2011, 20:02:40 »
Oh heck, I suggested replacing the kettensaege with motorcycles long ago, and even someone before me did it too. Be it german BMW/ Zundapp or russians with whatever they had. We all know the allies worked with GMC Jeeps and Willy's. The eventual requisitioning of the BMWs and Zundapps...

Suggestions / Re: Contextual comm-rose for nades and mines
« on: 07-02-2011, 20:02:31 »
Actually I would like such a thing. That's a PR feature that would be worth implementing. Because too many a teamkill is done on advancing after the flags are capped and you left a little surprise hoping someone would find it, but your guys capped the flag and stepped on it.

Gaming / Re: Battlefield 3
« on: 07-02-2011, 08:02:34 »
I have yet to pay my first DLC that will actually be a game (BC:Vietnam). If it's a DLC then it's content for the game OF the game. So that is what you get when you buy the game. I'm not paying for more stuff for my original game.

Just like it's stupid to pay monthly fees to play an online game.

Tactics & Tutorials / Re: Cover Fire
« on: 06-02-2011, 17:02:25 »
The way I see it and as much as I have learned over these 2-3 years of FH, Bren guns (just for exmp.) were fired at tanks to keep the guys inside it from coming near any view holes or ports. Firing MGs at tanks will annoy the driver and will make him at least turn around and stop focusing on friendly AT squads.

About suppressive fire, yes, MGs when fired correctly (from cover and in bursts of several bullets) are quite intimidating.

Off-Topic / Re: The Official Babe Thread
« on: 06-02-2011, 17:02:31 »

 :o :o :o :o :o :o :o Aa... Iiii... Eeee... Waaa....

Off-Topic / Re: The Official Babe Thread
« on: 02-02-2011, 22:02:09 »
Would like to try one of those out. THE PLANE,not the female humanoid.

Announcements / Re: Boom, Headshot: FH2 Update
« on: 02-02-2011, 22:02:05 »
M1903A1 has interchangeable sight stud (end of barrel) ? I notice there's a few pics out there of a round, cylinder sight. Could be another production batch or something.

The M9 was electrically fired ? I never knew this. Hearing of the Bazooka is part of my childhood although I'm not sure where it first came up .... probably from heroic war films. If it's really electrically fired it sounds almost hi-tec, but let's face it it's really just an elaborate firework firing down a tube.

Yes,electrically fired. It had a wire connected to the rocket, which you had to return when you reloaded the Zook. At least that is what I know. Also saw that on Brothers in Arms.

Off-Topic / Re: Company of Heroes Online
« on: 02-02-2011, 21:02:02 »
What the fuk? What am I supposed to play now? Where is an online multiplayer strategy game that has WW2 in it? And is Free?

Off-Topic / Re: The Official Babe Thread
« on: 02-02-2011, 21:02:04 »
What is that plane? *tries to figure it out while looking around the black and white thing in the middle of the screen*

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