Forgotten Hope 2 is an award-winning World War II modification for Battlefield 2TM and is based on the original Forgotten Hope, a modification for Battlefield 1942TM, one of the most popular multiplayer games ever. Battlefield 1942TM featured land, sea and air combat in a way never before seen. It was the goal of the development team to maximize the game experience by adding both a realistic and enjoyable gameplay to FH and now to FH2.

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0rpheus Oct 11 2011, 9:39am says:

Ah, silly me, judging by the name I thought it was going to be a tank of some sort

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stukatankkiller Oct 11 2011, 9:55am replied:

me too

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AirborneSn1p3r Oct 12 2011, 1:56pm replied:

lol same :P

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Sgt_Prof Oct 11 2011, 10:53am says:

great model ;)

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Mighty_Guy Oct 11 2011, 2:21pm says:

Are there going to be any Eastern front maps in the next update?

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Yronno Oct 11 2011, 6:38pm replied:

Unfortunately not, if I recall an earlier response.

This is an excellent model. I can't wait to use it in-game!

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Cpt.Dann Oct 11 2011, 4:59pm says:

I find it very attractive of how you showed the bullet at the top of the magazine.

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ArkaZeen Oct 11 2011, 7:36pm says:


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Sgt Oct 17 2011, 2:20am says:

fun fact, the TT-33 operates, with almost the same internals as the colt 1911.

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Caselius Oct 21 2011, 1:51am says:

I have a real WWII age TT-33 Tokarev, taken from dead Soviet officer in Karelia.

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Potsyk Oct 26 2011, 10:50am says:

Guns killer in 90s in Russia

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The TT-33 started life however, as the very similar, TT-30. After passing its first set of trails and tests, the weapon was eventually accepted for combat use. Even as it was put being produced, small changes were still made to various parts of the pistol, including the barrel, frame, and trigger. The result was the TT-33, which was widely used amongst Soviet forces. Being able to withstand tremendous amounts of abuse, the TT-33 quickly gained a reputation for being very reliable, and thus was very popular with many non-Soviet forces. For example, the 7.62 Tokarev round was very similar to the German, 7.63 Mauser round. Many TT-33s were captured by the Wehrmacht and given the designation, Pistole 615(r). Over 1.7 million TT-33 pistols or variants were produced, and the pistol is still in use today by a few countries. The Tokarev TT-33 pistol was made by Seth Soldier.

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