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Mp-40

Direct

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Nov 18, 2010
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while were on the topic of hero related weapons how about a belt-fed PPSH jsut for the hell of it.

About the MP-41 im on the fence with it, if its true about the police batallions using it then it COULD have been used in Stalingrad, hell they needed any weapon possible when they were encircled.

For the MP-40.

Stock folded: faster firing around cover
Stock unfolded: faster reload and better accuracy when firing from ironsights

just some ideas
 
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LemoN

FNG / Fresh Meat
Feb 26, 2006
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while were on the topic of hero related weapons how about a belt-fed PPSH jsut for the hell of it.

About the MP-41 im on the fence with it, if its true about the police batallions using it then it COULD have been used in Stalingrad, hell they needed any weapon possible when they were encircled.
Thinking about the incredible numbers of casualties both sides had I doubt that weapons itself were a huge problem.

Ammo is a different story though.
 

Bluehawk

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Feb 13, 2006
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I remember a time when Medal of Honor's fantastic scenarios were based on real events, and the enemies you fought were believable.

That was a decade ago.
 

grahvem

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Mar 15, 2006
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I remember a time when Medal of Honor's fantastic scenarios were based on real events, and the enemies you fought were believable.

That was a decade ago.
*sighs* The hunt for the moaning minnies..
Assulting those bunkers.. such a experience <3