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M/39 "Ukko Pekka"
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Turkish007 Apr 7 2013, 12:49pm says:

FH2 devs did their magic again. :3

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Sgt_Prof Apr 7 2013, 12:51pm replied:

*their incredible magic !

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Turkish007 Apr 7 2013, 1:41pm replied:

They are even better than Houdini the master of magic!

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Vassili_Tzaisev Apr 7 2013, 1:43pm says:

Yes, incredible, as allways! Great work there!

Now we want some new videos showing the new weapons :-)

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dinnerblaster1 Apr 7 2013, 1:50pm says:

Beautiful! Can't wait to see M/31 Suomi konepistooli!

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Haddock67 Apr 7 2013, 6:46pm says:

Mosin nagant on steroids

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Bluehawk Apr 8 2013, 10:59am replied:

It must be the steroid abuse that shrunk the barrel then.

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idkwidlol Apr 11 2013, 7:14am says:

A copy of the Mosin Nagant :O

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Phenixtri Apr 12 2013, 12:15am replied:

more of a mod really. Most of the old left over WW1 German, French, and Russian rifles of that time period were modified for specific needs depending on the nation that used them.

Quite literally 90% of all bolt action rifle designs can be traced back to Mauser and earlier prototypes that came before it like the Krag Jørgensen for example.

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bignolan1 Jul 15 2013, 11:48am says:

Cant wait to play as the Finns!

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Mayurrawal Oct 20 2013, 1:30am says:

man what a rifle i still like to play with it even when there are rifles with acog,ecotech,hybrid view,tan
the morden rifles are advanced but the recoil man this rifle has recoil = 0

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DoktorPaj Nov 7 2014, 8:23pm says:

Ane ETA for some Finnish maps?

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Following independence from Russia, Finland had been left with many thousands of M1891 Mosin Nagants, and rather than develop entirely new weapons, simply adapted these weapons for their own use. The desire to develop improvements on the original design, and differing ideas on what should be included, led to the Army's M/27 and the Civil Guard's M/28-30 rifles.

By the mid 30's, the Army had realised that many of its M/27 were poorly made, and that a newer rifle was needed. They were, however, unwilling to adopt the M/28-30, and called for the development of a newer weapon. An attempt was made with the M/91-35, but this proved to be too inaccurate. Eventually, it was decide to base the new rifle on the M/28-30. The final design of the new M/39 was completed by February 1939, but the outbreak of the Winter War delayed production such that the Army only started to receive them in 1941.

The nickname "Ukko-Pekka" was derived from former president Pehr Evind Svinhufvud, and means "Old Man Pete." The M/39 rifle was made by Seth Soldier.

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