WWI Source: Fight in the rain soaked trenches or charge over No Man’s Land to battle in the War to End All Wars. Use authentic weaponry to conquer the enemy, call in artillery strikes to take out enemies en masse, or use chemical warfare to disable your opponents! WWI Source is the first and only World War I game to be developed for Steam. All the current WWI mod teams (‘The Trenches 2’, ‘Fields of Horror’, ‘WWI Source’) have united to develop the best World War I game to the Steam community, using the latest Source engine. Please visit the official website for more information on WWI Source and the team.

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laserlight959 May 22 2009 says:

So sick. Keep up the good work!

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Buttcake May 22 2009 says:

Just opinion, but I think the texture can use more work. Maybe a bit of a darker more realistic gritty look to it. Its a good texture, but it could be better.

Good model though

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sol09 May 22 2009 says:

very nice work

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wing0black May 22 2009 says:

I also feel that the wood should be a darker color. Most of the rifles used in WWI were not mass produced, and were stocked with high quality walnut of a darker reddish-brown. Lower quality blonde woods did not come into common use until late in WWII, when the emphasis was on quantity instead of quality.

Nonetheless it's a great skin, and i'm sure you should have no trouble making a darker version that looks just as good.

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Stiltburger Feb 14 2010 replied:

what the hell are you talking about, mass production has been around since the 1850's.

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HounderKnight May 23 2009 says:

A very pretty Mauser indeed.

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BEF Jul 17 2009 says:

will there be fixable bayonets

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Sibelius Sep 1 2009 says:

saw one of these in person the other day, would've liked to purchase it.

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Lt.SnoWolf Sep 28 2009 says:

The helmet cracker. Great job but the textures a bit low quality.

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Necrod Oct 10 2009 says:

isnt this kar98 from wwii

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HounderKnight Oct 16 2009 replied:


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LeutnantA.D. Oct 26 2009 replied:

Well actually the Mauser K98 (the german standard repeeter rifle) was introduced in the year 1898 (therefor the 98 *gasp* what a suprise, btw: the K was because of 'Karabiner' which means as much as Carabine, but basicly it was a slightly shorter rifle)
This model looks quite nice, though I for once was wondering, wheter the ironsight is right, since it somewhat looks like just a small metal splint at the tip of the barrel (though it should actually be a metal splint with a small metal circle around it)
Also a major mistake about this rifle or at least this picture is, that the repeeter leveler is at the wrong side. (it should actually be right side, since otherwise one can't repeeter quickly [takes longer to move the left hand from the left shaft and hold the rifle stright, than the otherway around])

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Stiltburger Feb 14 2010 replied:

You're full of **** and ****, this is the G98, rifle model 1898. The K98 is a shortened "modernized" version of this long rifle that went into production in the 1930's.

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SquireJames Mar 26 2010 replied:

Actually your both wrong...

Gewehr 98 - G98 - Original model introduced in 1898
Karabiner 98 - K98a - Cavalry/Artillery type model introduced in 1908 (even shorter barrel than the later K98k)
Karabiner 98 - K98b - Basically just a G98 called a Karabiner (Carbine) to escape the Treaty of Versailles stipulation on "Rifle Production"
Karabiner 98 - K98k - Shortened rifle introduced in 1935

Ergo, given it's long length and the period, this model is a G98. Settled?

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rossmum Feb 15 2010 replied:

You realise the front sight hood wasn't all that common, right? Even in WWII?

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maffo Nov 26 2009 says:

i think it looks way to clean it has to be a bit smuddered with mud or here and there some rust. that would be nice but it is good already keep up the good work

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