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Apologies it was my mistake - I did not realize there is another folder gamedata in gamedata folder :D.
It holds bolt open. There is a little button to press after you load first round. After pressing the button the bolt is closed.
Oi62.tinypic.com here it is.
Thank you for your help. I can't post it whole since there is a limit so I will upload a picture.
Sadly there is an error when I try to start new game :(. I have clear instalation though.
Make no mistake - these guys were designed to eat plants ;).
You are Serbian living in Bosnia or Bosnian? I though I saw Serbian flag once on your profile.. never mind.
Yeah these are most likely German grenades.
And these grenades are probably not even VKG-40 since VKG-40 looks differently
For a first VKG-40 was a grenade NOT grenade launcher -.-. I never said these are homemade grenades.
Secondly - original Soviet grenade launcher on 91/30 looks differently and this one does not seem to be similar to any Mosin grenade launcher I saw.
M1928 was sent to nearly all US allies (if not all of them)but Soviets generally did not like Thompson for it's lack of penetration, weight and recoil - they prefered their own SMGs.
It has slightly higher rate of fire then Mosin ... or perhaps they are from penal batallion? :)
Yop 15 rounds
I think I found the gun:
Maybe, I heard only that Mkb was tested on eastern front.
You can simply hide the trigger - it's like folding stock. You just push it upwards. Magazine cannot be moved - you need to load it round by round. It's made before year 1890.
Guys a need to ask you to AVOID political disscusion (posting pictures and comments about politics) as much as possible. This group was NOT intended as place for political discussion.
Thank you guys for understanding.
If you mean the Russian army it's CoH with all expansions and Eastern Front mod.
About Stalin and order 227 - for those who read that order it's nothing but order that prohibited retreat of soldiers. It was created in time where every other army already had orders like that. Of course German army had orders to do not retreat and punishment was death. Wehrmacht also executed many of it's soldiers for cowardship. In American army you was not allowed to retreat neither as you can read in "uniform code of military justice" Usmilitary.about.com
"Maximum punishment. All offenses under Article 99. Death or such other punishment as a court-martial may direct."
There was NO ARMY in the world where you could just leave battlefield whenever you like and Stalin's order 227 something that is completely normal and it's counterparts were present in EVERY army in the world in WW2.
Although I am not communist I guess it's because in recent history any union of slavic countries was following communist ideology. Namely:
It's also something that has ALL slavic countries common since as far as I know every slavic country was part of eastern block.
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Yop! I call my Mosin Surkov :D.
Navíc Vz58 byla velice ikonická zbraň, typická pro AČR a ASR. CZ-805 mě připadá jako neuvěřitelně řadový západní kvér.
To teda. Obecně mě to připadá jako špatný přístup. Vždyť tento postup žádná armáda nevede.
Kdyby Američané měli stejný postup jako my, tak do teď používají M16A1 (verzi z Vietnamu bez jakékoliv modifikace) a dnes nadávají jak je to zastaralá zbraň na kterou nejde ani přidělat puškohled.
Rusi by pořád stříleli z AK vzoru 1947 typu I s podobnými problémy.
Copak někdo si nechává zbraň z padesátých let bez JEDINÉ modernizační úpravy ať už přídělné lišty RIS, nebo různé jiné doplňky?
Podle mě je Vz58 velice dobrý systém který funguje na principu vymyšleném Čechem a je poměrně originální.
Cz-805 funguje na stejném principu jako libovolná moderní západní útočná puška (G36, ACR, SCAR, nebo ta nová polská věcička - nevím jak se tomu říká :)).
Čermák se musí obracet v hrobě potom, co AČR takhle hrubě odsoudila výbornou zbraň bez toho, že by jí dali šanci držet krok s moderními zbraněmi.
To je tuším Specnaz ne? :)
That's on personal taste - I don't like look of CZ-805 for example.
Anyway look is probably only thing our army was checking when they accepted this.
Well I dare to say that life of IS-2 crew was longer then Panzer III's.
Comparing Tiger to Sherman is joke itself as it's completely different tank, which is in my opinion point of this picture :).
I have different question - would you rather have 1 Tiger or 20 Shermans? :)