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45 mm QJZ-335 Anti-Tank Rifle
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InsurgentCeLL Creator
InsurgentCeLL Sep 7 2012, 7:48pm says:

oh god no
Not the anti tank rifle xD

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TehBossRegime Sep 9 2012, 7:44am says:

Isn't this gun ridiculously detailed for C&C Generals...?

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CoLT//C&C:RM Author
CoLT//C&C:RM Sep 10 2012, 10:22am replied:

It is definitely higher than what Zero Hour used. But what I'm planning for, makes this level of detail ok. Besides, the engine can actually take much more than Zero Hour originally had. The only people who will see much issues with it will be those with computers made pre-2003.

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decommanda Sep 12 2012, 9:22am says:

Holy crap thats huge.

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Wyvern2 Oct 9 2012, 10:21pm says:

Just figured I'd mention, 45mm's is the size of a WW2 Russian light AT gun, i honestly feel its a bit too humongous for an infantryman to carry, even with modern day materials, maybe making the caliber 20mm's or something

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ShadowAce Nov 4 2012, 10:54am says:

20mm sounds about right.I'm afraid the poor soul who fires this thing would have his shoulder smashed to bits, but really good model!

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CoLT//C&C:RM Author
CoLT//C&C:RM Nov 17 2012, 1:48pm says:

Just to clarify. The projectile is closer to a 20mm (or 23mm to be exact) in size and handling. However, its design allows it to perform very much like a 45mm projectile would. Hence, it is named 45mm. Nothing like a little bit of propaganda, eh?

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pericanet Nov 21 2012, 12:01pm says:

i think this gun only demage and kill light tank no medium and hevy is to tiny to kill hevy tank :)

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CoLT//C&C:RM Author
CoLT//C&C:RM Dec 12 2012, 9:56am replied:

Once all the Anti-tank equipment for each faction has been revealed, I will explain more about the individual strengths and weaknesses. And caliber isn't the only factor that determines the effectiveness of a weapon and even the heaviest of tanks has its weak spots.

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InsurgentCeLL Creator
InsurgentCeLL Feb 8 2013, 3:11pm says:

CoLT, I think you went a bit overdrive with the polygons here...

I mean you have to think about it... this is for anti-tank infantry, I mean, chinese infantry especially, is meant to be MASS PRODUCED. There could be at least something like 20 or more of these on the battlefield at one time... I think that might lag down the old engine.

Also, in Generals, you can't really zoom in all that much, so most people won't really notice all those little details on the gun. Its a great model and all, but I think its too detailed for a game like Generals.

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The PLA's solution to armoured assaults. The heavy-barreled 45 mm QJZ-335 Anti-Tank Rifle. This is a delayed-blowback, gas-operated, semi-automatic weapon. It comes equipped with a 6.4x magnification rifle scope and bipod. The body is made from high-strength stamped steel with a wooden stock. Ammunition is stored in a 5-round detachable box magazine that comes with an internal jack-up system to lift the rounds as well as a water drainage system to allow the weapon to be brought, unprepared, through river crossings.
Accurate to within 20cm at 650m. Due to the long barrel (in excess of 1.5m), it is inadvisable to fire the weapon from a standing position.

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