Welcome to Project Reality: Battlefield 2 (aka PR:BF2), a free to download game modification for the Battlefield 2 (aka BF2) retail Windows PC game. The focus of this mod is to rework the original game engine developed by Digital Illusions of Sweden (Dice) within legal and feasible constraints to create a more realistic combat environment for the gaming community. This includes adjusting various game play elements including physics, visual effects and overall game play formats. Along with changes to how the game handles, the Project Reality team has been introducing British, Insurgent, IDF forces, Canadian, and Russian factions, plus a number of community assisted factions are currently in the works to introduce even more factions to the virtual battlefields. This Mod is not for the masses, due to the fact that it has a much higher learning curve then your classic arcade game. This is the real deal.

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Lt.Dann Aug 3 2013, 12:51am says:

Is that guy at the top left holding a Lee Enfield? I didn't know people still used that today! :O

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Comanche_Prime Aug 3 2013, 2:33am replied:

Today even Sherman tanks is being used by some armies...

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Mental_Tormentor Aug 4 2013, 12:37am replied:

Lee-Enfield was sold in large quantities to militias in the area during WW1 to fight the Turks (think Lawrence of Arabia). Still a very good rifle, accurate and reliable.

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p*a*t*t*o*n Aug 9 2013, 11:29pm replied:

It was pretty much the British AK47, just 50 years earlier and more sexy-er.

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Phenixtri Aug 10 2013, 6:34pm replied:

pretty much the pinnacle of bolt action rifle development as well.

long range + hard hitting .303 cal round coupled with a smooth action and a detachable 10 round box mag. makes it a very effective DMR even to this day.

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Tenke420 Aug 17 2013, 6:36pm replied:

Its the middle east,
they take what they can get :P
they got tons of old guns & munitions,

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Sierra024 Aug 3 2013, 2:47am says:

I think the Stg 44 is still used.

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Lt.Dann Aug 4 2013, 12:54am replied:

I doubt it based solely on the fact that it's not being produced anymore and neither is its cartridge, and the ones left are antiques. I think some companies make cheap replicas that shoot smaller ammunition.

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ISemiI Aug 6 2013, 7:53am replied:

There are a few pictures of rebels in Syria/Libia with them. The Yugoslavian army's paratroops also used them in the original 7.92 caliber up until 1983.

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Phenixtri Aug 10 2013, 6:35pm replied:

yea and Serbia still manufactures and exports the old 7.92 K rounds as well if I remember correctly.

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Halorecon95 Aug 20 2013, 12:49pm buried:


you mean the Ak47?
the Stg44. was only produced in small numbers and those left are now in museums.

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ISemiI Aug 30 2013, 11:08am replied: +3 votes     reply to comment
Hilth0 Oct 29 2013, 8:07pm replied:

They Taliban cannot afford Ak47s and all of the good stuff. If you wonder where they got those, during the 80s the Soviets invaded afghanistan and they stored the Russian manufactured weapons and now are using them. They have lots of old guns aswell.

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Lt.Dann Dec 29 2013, 2:49pm replied:

Actually most of the AK's in Afghanistan are Chinese made and were ordered by the US to give to the Taliban.

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Yoysome Aug 3 2013, 11:12am says:

I personally think they should have used the mosin nagant instead of the enfield.

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Revo1uzzer Aug 3 2013, 11:50am replied:

you can choose between a mosin and an enfield ;)

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Mental_Tormentor Aug 4 2013, 12:52am replied:

See my reply to Sgt.Dann.

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Guest Aug 7 2013, 3:40pm says:

The Taliban (and other afghan militias)still use Lee Enfield leftovers from the former British Empire.

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~M~I~Ł~O~S~Z~ Aug 15 2013, 8:39pm says:

Very realistic and cool, good job, very impressive!

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Explov3r Jan 3 2014, 8:49am says:

Alach achbar!!!

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