1. It’s kinda weird that the Germans are using a commercial version of the C96. A better choice would be the simple Broomhandle or maybe even surplus Red 9s from WW1. Hell, even the Luger… 2. The bolt should close by itself once the clip is removed. 1. No animation for changing the firemode whatsoever. 1. The character doesn’t use the extractor. 1. Gripping the magazine as a weapon isn’t recommended, as it can cause jams. 1. The MP40/I was an extremely rare prototype, it never went to the production phase. 1. Gripping the magazine isn’t recommended, as it can cause jams. 1. Gripping the magazine isn’t recommended, as it can cause jams. Actually, the PPS-42 had a larger magazine well specifically to be used as a grip. 1. The ZF4 was introduced with the G43, making it anachronistic. Besides, it is unknown if the ZF4 was ever mounted on the G41. 2. The scope is mounted in a really strange weird. Firstly, it is mounted so far away that you wouldn’t be able to aim properly. Besides, it is blocking the magazine, making it unable to be loaded with stripper clips. 1. The MKb 42 was just tested in small numbers, and probably not in Stalingrad. The MKb 42(H) started mass production in early 1943. 2. No animation for changing the fire mode. 1. No animation for changing the fire mode. 1. The PEM scope (the most common scope used in and before Stalingrad, used by the most famous snipers like Vasily Zaytsev) is unlocked at level 25, the standard one is the PU scope. 2. For some reason, putting on a scope completely changes how a gun sounds. 1. The PU scope was introduced around the time of Stalingrad, yet it is the initial scope used on the sniper variant of the Mosin. Again, the PEM should have been the first scope used. 1. This particular scope (incorrectly referred to as a PEM) was an experimental PU that didn’t get past the initial testing phase, so you wouldn’t really see it in combat. 1. The AVT-40 was a very uncommon weapon, as it was extremely unreliable, it was shortly prohibited. 2. No animation for changing the fire mode. 1. If the AVT-40 was already a rare weapon, imagine a sniper version of it. The scoped SVT-40 was already bad, so no scoped AVT-40s were ever made. 2. No animation for changing the fire mode. 1. The MG34 has a non-disintegrating belt. 2. The 75-round double drum (Patronentrommel 34) was removed from infantry use in 1941. 1. The MG42 has a non-disintegrating belt. 1. The Hafthohlladung was a magnetic mine that had to be physically placed, not an impact grenade.