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Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad ► All weapons

Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad ► All weapons

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…

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Payday 2 ► All weapons

Payday 2 ► All weapons

1. For some reason, it has both the heel magazine release from the older Beretta 92S and the 92FS magazine release. 2. It holds 14 rounds instead of 15. (No comments on any akimbo animations, you can figure them out by yourselves) 1. It holds 10 rounds in a 7-round magazine. 1. It holds 17 rounds in an 8-round magazine.…

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Rising Storm 2: Vietnam ► All weapons

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam ► All weapons

1. I don’t think the North Vietnamese knew what giving the finger was back then… 1. The fact that the Australians are using the British SLR and not their own version. 1. It is referred to as the Stakeout variant, but it doesn’t have the cut-off barrel of the Stakeout.

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Firearms: Source ► All weapons

Firearms: Source ► All weapons

wait I’ve just realized I messed up, it’s a M1911, not an A1 goddamnit 1. The fire selector is always set on semi-auto. 2. No trigger discipline. 1. While it is extremely cool that there are 5 different animations depending on the amount of rounds fired, I don’t think you can make the rounds fall by themselves without operating the…

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