24-05-2012, 08:14 AM
you have some real nice suggestions, but i would prefer to vote no for some of them, if you know one game - Combat Arms, they put in so many new things since the game started , and now it is worst than beggining, it became completely unequal, most of the equipment in the beggining became useless, because they put in tons of overpowered equipment and weapons.
(17-04-2012 03:59 PM)Mr.Profesional Wrote: [ -> ]I would love to see these Gadgets in the store [Part 2/2]:
Anzio 20mm Anti Tank Rifle
The Anzio 20mm rifle is an anti-material rifle designed and marketed by Anzio Iron Works. It is the first American anti-materiel rifle designed and produced with a bore diameter in excess of .50 caliber in over 80 years. The rifles are available in three chamberings: 20mm Vulcan (20×102mm), 14.5mm Russian, and recently Anzio 20/50 (technically a wildcat cartridge). However, the rifle's predominant chambering is the 20mm Vulcan caliber.
The Swedish-made AT4, first introduced in the early 1980s, and is today one of the most widely used light anti tank rocket launchers in the world. It’s used by the US Army as its main rocket launcher/anti tank weapon, and has been used in Panama, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Stinger Spike System Road Block LZJ A5
When a vehicle run into a road block, the thorn will stab into the tire and will be separated from the road block, and instert deeper and deeper while the vehicle going on, then the tire airpressure lost soon. In generally, the airpressure will be exhausted in 3-8 seconds and then intercept the vehicle efficiently.
37mm Flare/Smoke Grenade Launcher
The 37mm flare/smoke launcher is not a explosive grenade launcher. It fires distress flares from a 37mm smooth bore and cannot accept 40mm munitions. However, since it looks like an M203 grenade launcher it is commonly mistaken for one in films on this site. It was built for civilian use as an under slung flare launcher commonly mounted under M16/AR-15s variants and other rifles. It is preferred for most film use over a genuine M203 mainly because, unlike the M203, it is not considered a "Destructive Device" in the U.S. and not subject to NFA regulations.
Bouncing Mine "Bouncing Betty"
The German S-mine (Schrapnellmine, Springmine or Splittermine in German), also known as the "Bouncing Betty," is the best-known version of a class of mines known as bounding mines. When triggered, these mines launch into the air and then detonate at about 0.9 meters (2 ft 11 in). The explosion projects a lethal spray of steel balls and fragments in all directions. The S-mine was an anti-personnel landmine developed by Germany in the 1930s and used extensively by German forces during World War II. It was designed to be used in open areas against unshielded infantry. Two versions were produced, designated by the year of their first production: the SMi-35 and SMi-44. There are only minor differences between the two models.
MAV for a Recon
Good for Spotting, to use it you have to train Motion Sensor to Max, MAV capable to guide RPGs or trace like a tracer dart does, +Doesn't show up on IFF and -Can only be deployed once per round.
MAV for a Medic
Good for Spotting, MAV capable to guide RPGs or trace like a tracer dart does it, Can be used as a century gun, +Doesn't show up on IFF and -Can only be deployed once per round.