No Man’s Land is a modification of the popular mod Forgotten Hope 2. The mod is set in the turbulent times of World War 1, with accurate weapons, settings, and scenarios. We strive to create a realistic and historically accurate experience, without sacrificing gameplay. No Man’s Land will contain many vehicles accurate to the time, such as the Austin-Putilov, or the A7V. With these features, we hope to bring the experience of World War 1 to you in a way never before done since BF1918 for the original Battlefield 1942.

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Alakazou May 10 2010 says:

I really hope you will use the M1917 revolver for the US and you will name it the M1909 revolver for the british (and canadian if someday they will be ingame)

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SquireJames Oct 20 2010 replied:

Alakazou, why would they take a US Revolver, rename it and call it a British one? They need a Webley Mk.VI for the 1916-18 period they are representing.


"The British used trucks to transport them and then used the Canadians to clear the path and walk. The Canadians were treated really badly along with the rest of the commonwealth. "

Utter shite. Motorised transport was scarce for all nations at the time. In 1914 it was all but unheard of, look at the Retreat from Mons. As for the rest, I won't even deign such utter utter rubbish with an answer.

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Croco15 May 10 2010 says:

That looks really nice. Good job!

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ytres May 10 2010 says:


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HounderKnight May 10 2010 says:

Damn fine work. Keep it up :)

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AlekZanDer May 11 2010 says:

This is one powerfull looking weapon.

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clauswerner May 11 2010 says:


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woweatme12345 May 23 2010 says:

is that a mounted machinegun?

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woweatme12345 May 23 2010 buried:


ummmm canada wasnt included in world war 1

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The-Warrior May 23 2010 replied:

Canada was part of the commonwealth forces, and served in most major fronts of the war, and in WWII. Think before you post ********.

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volcol May 24 2010 replied:

you utter noob, Canada took a shitload of the fighting so did India and the Anzacs

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Handgun_Hero May 28 2010 replied:

Canada probably bore the brunt of the fighting if anything. In World War 1 they were often at the forefront of the fighting, particularly around Ypres.

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sniper77shot Jul 14 2010 replied:

The British treated all of the commonwealth like **** they commonwealth did all the fighting British took the credit and then they continue that the whole war. How many times do people have to say that even though it is false information.

The British used trucks to transport them and then used the Canadians to clear the path and walk. The Canadians were treated really badly along with the rest of the commonwealth.

Do you know why Canada wasn't under British leadership in ww2, because Canada knew the British would do the same damn thing again.

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WartyX Aug 20 2010 replied:

Well actually the British did more fighting and dying than the rest of the Empire put together by about fivefold! I'm not saying that Canada, Anzacs and other Dominions didn't fight as hard (and unfortunately in some cases, they were the centre of complete massacres), but saying that the UK did no fighting and merely took credit for the Dominion fighting is actually quite a misinformed insult.

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bobthedino May 28 2010 says:

Nice. Will there be belt fed stationary versions?

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Pvt_Pirate Jun 1 2010 says:

looks great, but to be correct its the 08/15 ;)
please use this as a reference when naming weapons in games: <-- the entrance for 08/15

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