The Wild Wind is a multiplayer modification of Mount & Blade Warband that takes place in the United States in the year 1890. It takes inspiration from such games as Minecraft and Garry's mod, and even other Warband mods like Persistent World. There is no real winning objective; the only goal is to become rich and powerful through the means of your choosing. You can choose to build up a village, to run a store and sell items and supplies to other players, to hunt down criminals and collect the bounties placed on their heads, or even to become the criminal and live life outside the law. There are many new features which have never been seen in any other Mount & Blade Warband multiplayer modifications to this date, including a menu from which you can select props to build, item crafting, and an inventory system that updates in real-time.

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Model 1891 Mosin Nagant
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HAILCOMMUNISM Jun 28 2012 says:

Fine choice in weaponry, Good sir; causality be damned.

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Moneyman12167 Jun 28 2012 says:

Looks Awesome!!! I own one of these (In Real Life) and this model looks 100% Accurate..... along with your other models and it was around the time period But I don't think it was used in the wild west but.... I could be wrong Though.

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Chezzlor Jun 28 2012 replied:

My brother owns this beast too. Amazing weapon to shoot, heaps of power. But I agree, is this weapon appropriate for these times? Is this not a Russian rifle most likely produced in WW2? Though I am not certain on it's history either.

Didn't think Russia exported futuristic weaponry to America back at those times :P

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Purgman Jan 21 2013 replied:

6 months late to the party but... Westinghouse here in the US actually produced limited numbers of the rifle, which would have made it available in the US. The model is good, but more closely resembles a m1891/30 Mosin Nagant, an upgraded version developed in 1930. The only real change that could be made to the model would be to remove the upper handguard on the barrel, so it better resembles the earlier version of the rifle. This has been your history lesson for the day :)

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Shredzorz Jun 29 2012 says:

Anyone who's complaining about historical accuracy needs to read the description that's to the right of the image.

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Moneyman12167 Jun 29 2012 replied:

Oh...... I must of missed that ... sorry and I'm not complaining I just didn't know :)

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Technically this gun started production a year after the mod is set, and Russia isn't exactly America, but it's a cool gun and I wanted to have it. Deal with it.

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