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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #240 on: 10-09-2011, 15:09:30 »
Try to start with something simpler and build it up gradually.

If you wish to donate a model, sure we'll look at it. (But make sure you unwrap and skin it too, otherwise it's too much work for us  :P)

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #241 on: 10-09-2011, 16:09:47 »
Try to start with something simpler and build it up gradually.

If you wish to donate a model, sure we'll look at it. (But make sure you unwrap and skin it too, otherwise it's too much work for us  :P)
My mate has all the crap to make a videogame  ;D He says he can get it done. Is he allowed to use the Carcano Rifle sound (when it fires) For the Carcano's we make?
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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #242 on: 10-09-2011, 16:09:59 »
If it's for FH you can use all the FH sounds you want, but if it isn't, then no.

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #243 on: 10-09-2011, 16:09:07 »
If it's for FH you can use all the FH sounds you want, but if it isn't, then no.
Well its just to see how the rifle looks and fires in FH2  ;D so yeah, it is own use. But i sended a PM to the devs for permission anyway.
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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #244 on: 22-09-2011, 22:09:16 »
Ooookay guys, i have been digging around and found the types of grenades  the italians used during WW2

First of all you have ofcourse the bomba a mano modello 35 O.T.O currently ingame

You also have the Bomba a mano S.R.C.M modello 35. Slightly more powerfull(43G of explosive compared to 35)  but also slightly less range




you can see it together with Italies Smoke grenade= Granata Fumogena mod 35 F. This was simular in shape to the S.R.C.M

Italy also had a incendiary grenade.


Italy also had several anti-tank grenades, simular to a thermos bomb


^Bomba a mano controcarro BREDA Mod.42, containing 600 grammes of high explosive


Also included in the italian arsenal, is the Bomba a mano S.I.P.E, a Defensive grenade, wich was simular in performance to a mills grenade, BUT could be trown further thanks to the handle




a nice overview=
http://comandosupremo.com/grenades.html
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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #245 on: 23-09-2011, 00:09:47 »
We haven´t a Map for that Antitank Nades :p They are later then 42  8)

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #246 on: 23-09-2011, 00:09:27 »
We haven´t a Map for that Antitank Nades :p They are later then 42  8)
*eric cartman voice

then you better make that map krätzer....you better make it...




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NAH im just kidding mate <3 But as our senior bravissimo italian creater, i was just posting this incase you dint knew it  ;D
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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #247 on: 25-09-2011, 00:09:14 »
The yellow colour on the smoke nades means its a practice nade  :P



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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #248 on: 16-10-2011, 20:10:36 »
I have been doing some research

there was a question if the italians had a rifle grenade
The answer is yes and no

No as in the part of the other countries rifle grenades

Yes that it was a special rifle
http://www.il91.it/moschetto_ts_tromboncino_28.html

It is in italian, but from what i translated with google, it appears this rifle first started production in 1928. The 1928 series where phased out in 1934, but re-enterd service when WW2 broke out, when they where all converted in 1938. A second model was designed in 1938 also. The model 1938 where first built in 7.35 calibre, but they where all rechamberd to 6.5 in 1940

The bottom phrase, appearntly says that in a fireteam there was one soldier per 5 armed with this type of rifle. Ofcourse that was the standard doctorine, it was probaly less in reality.


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In 1928 with the renewal of the production of the musket I model 1891 for ts (changed), was realized also a special tromboncino throws bombs that have to be given in endowment to five men for every squad of riflemen. The tromboncino mod. 28 stable is coupled with a musket I model 1891 for ts conveniently changed, utilization for the propulsion of the bomb the normal munizione of order mod. 91/95, while the pipe of the tromboncino, to smooth soul, has a caliber of 38.5 millimeters. To the I fire, since the ball cannot leave, the collar of the box is stretched and the gas pass in the room of throw of the tromboncino across four holes supplying the necessary energy to the throw of the bomb. After the throw of the bomb, opening the shutter, come espulsi the box extinguished and the bullet, that it is stopped against an appropriate one I stand out. This model of tromboncino was struck off from the service in 1934, but when had been built the arms I model 1891/38 in the initial caliber of 7.35, had been re-used reserves of arsenal, given that the pipes usurate of the caliber 6.5 were easily convertible in this new caliber. With the new production of arms I model 1891/38, is enough frequent therefore find muskets them whose calciature are derived in very obvious manner from woods of the "musket I model 1891 for t. s. for tromboncino mod. 28" recovered, restored and adapted, to the new structure, with the usual mastery of our workers of inlay. The description that follows is extrapolated from the "brief and temporary Education on the musket with the tromboncino Mod. 1928" cited like appendix to the" Manual of the official Instructor of the Run Premilitari" - Ministry of the War - Institute Poligrafico of the State - Rome 1929 Year VII -

Particulars The musket with tromboncino mod. 28 agrees the shot to normal bullet of musketry and the throw until 200 meters of bombs from infantry against targets paraded. It is for the shot to bullet it is for the throw of the bombs s' employs the cartridge regulate model 91/95 and it is used the same shutter of the musket; shutter that for the throw of the bombs with tromboncino it is gone from the breech of the musket to that of the tromboncino. I fire it in two cases it is carried out always working on the trigger of the musket. For the puntamento in the shot to bullet s' employs the normal line of sight; in the shot with the tromboncino s' employs instead a second line of sight, determined from an additional notch on the left to the standing d' I lift to regulate and from a fixing viewfinder sideways on the political left of the musket. The notch of the second line of sight can take on the decisive positions from three engravings imprinted in red on the edge dell' left wing of the I clatter d' I lift, and marked from the numbers 1-1,5 and 2, to which comes fixing the standing d' I lift to second that the distance of the target is of 100, 150 or 200 meters. It is to keep present that the bomb, with a greater inclination of the arm (about 27°) can be thrown until 320 meters about.
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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #249 on: 02-12-2011, 18:12:38 »
Another thing i would like to point out,just like sherman tanks, various M13/40's and M14/41's where equipped with a Anti-aircraft machinegun on the turret



While only 20 rounds where stored, it did fired the very powerfull 8x59mm Breda MG round
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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #250 on: 02-12-2011, 20:12:04 »
And that's why people will never use it...what's with italians and their silly mag machine guns? 20 rounds in a heavy machine is dumb. It should be belt fed.

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #251 on: 02-12-2011, 21:12:34 »
It's a 8mm MG...it's no heavier than the K98.  It's basically like firing a ZB26 or BAR, which were also 20rounds....

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« Reply #252 on: 02-12-2011, 21:12:57 »
It's a 8mm MG...it's no heavier than the K98.  It's basically like firing a ZB26 or BAR, which were also 20rounds....

Fail design is fail...lol, I see that the germans did had 8mm mauser mg's, but at least they were belt fed and even in quad or double mounts...but using a light machine gun with 20 rifle rounds to take down an airplane?

Lol...

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Re: italian stuff
« Reply #253 on: 02-12-2011, 21:12:51 »
It's a 8mm MG...it's no heavier than the K98.  It's basically like firing a ZB26 or BAR, which were also 20rounds....

Fail design is fail...lol, I see that the germans did had 8mm mauser mg's, but at least they were belt fed and even in quad or double mounts...but using a light machine gun with 20 rifle rounds to take down an airplane?

Lol...

Even the German MGs that were mounted on tank copulas were drum fed, not belt.

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« Reply #254 on: 02-12-2011, 21:12:28 »
Even the German MGs that were mounted on tank copulas were drum fed, not belt.

I meant mounted on AA tripods, as emplacements, not tank mounted. And I know that german tank mg's were drum mounted.

A mistake I say. Belt fed ftw  :P