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The new screens look great, but what will become of your old Source maps? They look absolutely wonderful and if you've got no other big plans for them - and you guys are alright with it - releasing those for use in Garry's mod would be probably one of the most helpful things anyone could do. Those of us who make poses in Gmod are sorely lacking for good, detailed maps, particularly following an Eastern Bloc theme.
Oh, and by the way - the thing being thumbed on the CZ is the safety, not the slide release. The hammer isn't even cocking back as the slide locks, it seems to just clip through it and remain in the 'down' position.
Seriously dude, these need redoing, and preferably with some actual reference material. These anims are even less correct than the ones in your average CoD game.
How come the AKM has six flutes in the gas tube instead of five then, liar?
Texture isn't finished yet, still has work to go on the bolt, barrel/gas system, front sight or mag yet. That's why they're still grey.
It's missing the two things a shotgun requires to be properly dressed: a heatshield and a bayonet lug.
The MAGAZINE (clips are for M1s) is released by a button on the right side of the magwell, just above and in front of the trigger. You won't see it unless you rotate the rifle all the way left, and why the hell would you want to do that?
JLea, you're enlisting right? Trust me, get the Steyr squared now or you, too, will really crack the ***** every time you use it. The anims for it in MW2 made me want to punch the devs.
That's because you've never seen a military flaregun.
This appears to be a Heeres Leuchtpistole, probably a model 1928.
That's definitely a KS-23.
Soldiers generally don't look like bodybuilders, mate
I'm going to miss the old DPM, but at least they don't look so disproportionate now.
It doesn't look advanced at all, what the hell are you talking about?
You realise that insurgents will capture and readily use Western equipment? They're not idiots.
You realise it remained a front-line rifle, right? Converting issue rifles to marksman or sniper rifles is actually pretty common, and has been so since WWI or thereabouts
Nitpick police here: the rounds are spaced too far apart on the stripper and they also look like they may be a bit off size-wise.
The bakelite mags have a wonky silhouette owing to what I think is a reinforcing rib on the front and an extrusion on the back to aid with proper insertion. They aren't smoothly curved like steel mags or 7.62x39 mags.
That's one nice Makarov, although the phong on the bakelite might be a tad too strong.
Please don't just have it RT the whole time. For anyone who's ever used optics on a rifle before (or even a pair of binoculars) it just looks wrong. The only time you can see **** through any form of optical sight is when you're directly lined up with it, and even then if your eye relief is out the sight picture will be blurred, constricted, or otherwise bad. While you're not actually aiming through the sight, all you should see is the reflective coating of the lens.
Most people probably don't care (or know any better), but it seems nobody can be bothered to put in the effort anymore (even Insurgency, which did it originally, changed it for some retarded reason).
It does, but it's about as controllable as you could expect any full-auto firing 7.62x54R to be and thanks to a light barrel, it's incapable of sustained fire. In short, it's more for close quarters or maybe VERY light supporting fire in a pinch. It's not something you'd use on auto very often.
Played a looooong game on this map the other day, it was amazing. Definitely one of my favourites, we need more full-scale WWIII matchups :)
Yes, it is.
Have you never seen ballistic goggles before? Nothing nerdy about not wanting a piece of shrapnel in the eye.
I fail to see how pointing out that not every Russian is caucasian is racist. Most people utterly fail to realise that Russia spans two continents and a whole shitload of different ethnic groups, so if anything the comment I was replying to was the racist one.
Personally both sides **** me off, because neither has any concept of when 'defence' ends and 'attack' begins. It's become a self-perpetuating mess.
I don't know how the CF organise things, but here we have a DFSW platoon in each rifle company with MAGs and Carls. Everyone else just loads up on LAWs.
More grass would be good. The Canadian prarie map (forget the name, only played it once) is a good example.
I'll second that. Handles beautifully and shoots to match.
It was used in every environment the Soviets fought in, including plains, forests, and during the winter. It wasn't just used in Stalingrad. Also, no sane sniper is going to stand so their barrel is overhanging a window, no matter how well-camouflaged their rifle is.
Yeah, it's still pretty popular. John Browning was an absolute genius.
The SAS use Diemacos rather than Colt M4s, so yes, the British do use them.
Because PMCs (don't start me) tend to fit them with retractable mounted M134s. I think the Secret Service does too, but I wouldn't know for sure; might be a few special forces around that use them.
He... he has a brain?
This is an incredibly shocking revelation...
It looks absolutely nothing like a G36.
Actually, the modern German anti-tank weapon also bears the Panzerfaust name. This isn't a German launcher, though.
Pripyat is a real place. It always has been a real place. Stop bringing up MW every time it's mentioned, because plenty of games went there before Call of Duty did and it gets really annoying after a while.
If you were an American soldier, maybe you wouldn't be such a misinformed idiot.
Amazingly enough, people other than the SAS wear those gloves.
Do some actual research before gobbing off, CoD isn't all that accurate and it makes you look like a complete tit in front of people who actually know what they're talking about.
On the pipe, I think.
Looks great. Lighting is perfect.
You do realise, right, that the mask filters air so you can breathe safely? If the filter ***** up and you're still in a contaminated you're in deep trouble, but if it happens in clean air, you'd just keep breathing. There's no risk at all of suffocation unless you decided to vacuum-seal the air inlet, and you'd have to be suicidal to do that anyway.
It's the same deal with the remapped Dear Esther. They both look incredible, but they're both running on Source. Valve don't like straining the engine, they prefer to keep games accessible to everyone rather than make them look stunning but only run on top-end PCs.
The reason the tank was stuck was that the track was broken. Any tank would've had trouble getting out in that situation.
It's a Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.1 sniper rifle. Every other sniper rifle of WWII was a scoped battle rifle selected from the factory for its accuracy as well. Dedicated sniper rifles didn't appear until after Vietnam.
SA80 was the project name, L85 is the service name. Happy?
If anything it looks a tad small... pistols in games are almost never as large as they should be, go figure.
The Spit might have got the glory, but in the early years the Hurricane deserved it more. 'Nuff said.