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majo-213
majo-213

nice Spagin

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lptomtom
lptomtom

AT LAST!

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DeltaForce95 Online
DeltaForce95

hmm really the barrel was made of halved mosin barrels? That's interessting to hear i never knw that

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Sgt_Prof
Sgt_Prof

finaly 71 rounds mag complete ! soviet gun nr.1

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SgtCbb
SgtCbb

yay

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SnakeTheFox
SnakeTheFox

>"However, one of the most bizarre uses, was as a close-air support weapon, where several of these SMGs were mounted to the forward racks of the Tu-2 bomber."

Ahem, "Several"? Understatement of the century; there were 80 of the things strapped in that bird, which created a combined fire rate of over SEVENTY THOUSAND ROUNDS PER MINUTE. That's a 7 and FOUR 0's.

If this thing isn't eventually put in the game after all other priority assets are completed, I'll be disappointed. But I'm sure engine limitations would get in the way somewhere.

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AnarchyDom
AnarchyDom

Wow. Thankyou for that image, it's really quite amazing.

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Cpt.Dann
Cpt.Dann

Imagine the hassle of reload it O.o

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Tfett
Tfett

Sounds like the Russians applied the meaning of "overkill"

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BillNye_the_Nazi_Spy
BillNye_the_Nazi_Spy

First rule of Russian Warfare:

There is no such thing as overkill.

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microwavescope
microwavescope

ok thats just overthinking it!

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Cpt.Dann
Cpt.Dann

I counted them, there were 88 :)

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THeTA
THeTA

And actually, during testing it performed towars expecations

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Phenixtri
Phenixtri

Will there be 2 models of the PPsH-41? 1 with the 71 round drum and the other with the 35 round mag?

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ytres
ytres

Most likely.

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-Robin-
-Robin-

lol "InSovietRussia"

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Eat_Uranium Creator
Eat_Uranium

Just through engine limitations I can say there will be a separate 35 and 71 rnd version. Exactly how they will be distributed to kits remains a mystery though.

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bignolan1
bignolan1

Probably the 35 with the NCO kit and the 71 with the regular aussault kit

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Potsyk
Potsyk

Cool weapon.

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funamushi
funamushi

where is soviet union in v2.4 game?

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Bond290
Bond290

LOVE

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The PPSh-41 was intended to be an inexpensive replacement for the older, PPD-40 SMG, which had been in use since the mid 1930s. The PPSh was mainly a poor man's infantry weapon. It was made from wood and stamped steel, with the barrels made from halved M1891 Mosin-Nagant barrels. The result was a simple SMG with a fire-rate of 900 rounds per minute, that could be produced in mere hours in garages and industrial shops by relatively unskilled workers. Over 6 million of these weapons were produced, and thus used in almost every thinkable way. Entire Soviet divisions were sometimes equipped with the PPSh, and even the German Army officially adopted it. However, one of the most bizarre uses, was as a close-air support weapon, where several of these SMGs were mounted to the forward racks of the Tu-2 bomber. The PPSh-41 submachine gun was made by Seth Soldier.

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