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08-04-2012, 10:00 PM | Post: #21
Offline JCManibog4 
there not gonna put all of that in theyre lazy

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08-04-2012, 10:04 PM | Post: #22
Offline Nirvash 
Of course not. The point is to maximize options. I'd also like to see peoples favorites, to see which ones are most popular, since I don't think there's much of anything left to add lol.

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09-04-2012, 12:39 AM | Post: #23
Offline Ted1Mosby 
Assault:
G11 German AR
FN FAL Belgian AR
M63A1 (Assault Rifle w/ reeeaaal big mag)

Engineer:
Mac-10
Tommy Guuuuun
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XFIM-92A (portable Stinger, 4 shots, can't fire on ground vehicles, you can only fire if you've got a target marked while aiming)

Recon:
Anzio 20mm (for the pure awesomeness)
M82A2
Model 98Bravo
Mosin Nagant (Makes enemys fall asleep for like 10 seconds)

Shotgun:
AA-12
M37
CAW

Pistol:
DE Semi Auto .357Mag Version
S&W M19
PMM
PSS
.45-70 GOV BFR Magnum Revolver
Walther P38
Mauser C96

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09-04-2012, 03:34 AM | Post: #24
Offline Nirvash 
You should read the list again. Most of that is already in there Tongue

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09-04-2012, 03:47 AM | Post: #25
Offline Ted1Mosby 
Ok, ok, except Anzio 20mm, M82A2, G11, M63A1, Walther and Mauser, Mosin Nagant and CAW, M37, AA-12 and the M1928A1 aka the Tommy Gun I see them all in the list.^^

Also: XM2010 (Sniper Rifle, Semi Auto)

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09-04-2012, 05:05 AM | Post: #26
Offline Nirvash 
I also made sure to avoid auto/semi-auto anti material rifles, or anything with a round bigger than .50 cal. I also made sure the weapons weren't WW2 era or anything like that. Also, look ONE MORE TIME, as the AA-12 IS there Tongue

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09-04-2012, 06:16 AM | Post: #27
Offline Ghostrider0067 
(09-04-2012 03:47 AM)Youu Wrote:  Also: XM2010 (Sniper Rifle, Semi Auto)

At least the ridiculously notioned XM8 "sniper variant" wasn't suggested.

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09-04-2012, 06:47 AM | Post: #28
Offline Nirvash 
I'd like an XM8 recon variant with a light battle rifle feel. But, I'm almost certain it won't happen unless that specific suggestion keeps gaining ground.

Edit: Just counted 187 weapons. Pretty decent I'd say.

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09-04-2012, 11:45 AM | Post: #29
Offline shockwave24 
oh yes i almost forgot!
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09-04-2012, 08:18 PM | Post: #30
Offline Ghostrider0067 
(09-04-2012 06:47 AM)Nirvash Wrote:  I'd like an XM8 recon variant with a light battle rifle feel. But, I'm almost certain it won't happen unless that specific suggestion keeps gaining ground.

Edit: Just counted 187 weapons. Pretty decent I'd say.

Yes, a very worthwhile and comprehensive listing I would say. Kudos, for sure.

On the XM8... I could care less. The XM8 version that suits us recons best is the one that the medics are using. The closest thing I've seen (but not a true variant) is that XM2010.

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10-04-2012, 02:09 AM | Post: #31
Offline Nirvash 
Hm, I thought the XM2010 was another semi-auto .50 thing, but I was wrong. It's perfect for this list, and for this game.

Also, to people who will continue on reading this, what's everyone elses opinion on supply drop specific, special weapons? For example, the XM2010 is derived from the M24. So what if the XM2010 was only found in a supply drop, with stats identical to the base M24, but with 1 single stat being higher? For example, the rifle looking like it is, the XM2010 would be an M24 with (slightly) higher damage or velocity.

I ask this, because I know the answer to most is obvious. "NO! Put it in the store!". But, as shown from other free to play FPSes, supply drop, or rather, "crate" systems, allow for the developers to create crazy and over the top weapons by means of crates. For example, a weapon the developers KNOW would not sell well in the store. But if they made it FOR the supply drop, along side weapons with ALOT of popular appeal, they could add tons and tons of weapons that they normally would not be able to do.

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10-04-2012, 02:38 AM | Post: #32
Offline Ghostrider0067 
(10-04-2012 02:09 AM)Nirvash Wrote:  Hm, I thought the XM2010 was another semi-auto .50 thing, but I was wrong. It's perfect for this list, and for this game.

Also, to people who will continue on reading this, what's everyone elses opinion on supply drop specific, special weapons? For example, the XM2010 is derived from the M24. So what if the XM2010 was only found in a supply drop, with stats identical to the base M24, but with 1 single stat being higher? For example, the rifle looking like it is, the XM2010 would be an M24 with (slightly) higher damage or velocity.

I ask this, because I know the answer to most is obvious. "NO! Put it in the store!". But, as shown from other free to play FPSes, supply drop, or rather, "crate" systems, allow for the developers to create crazy and over the top weapons by means of crates. For example, a weapon the developers KNOW would not sell well in the store. But if they made it FOR the supply drop, along side weapons with ALOT of popular appeal, they could add tons and tons of weapons that they normally would not be able to do.

I wouldn't be immediately against it. However, I would want the guarantee that if I bought the crate/drop that I would get whatever it is that's in there at that time on a permanent and exclusive basis due to purchasing through the drop. Now, that same weapon could be released through the general inventory store at a later date, but it would have to be a much later date to make the expense of the drop worthwhile. Either that, or you'd be given the exclusive opportunity to unlock it in the store but only by buying the drop first.

It all depends on the merchandise and how they do it.

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10-04-2012, 02:51 AM | Post: #33
Offline BuckTester 
(10-04-2012 02:09 AM)Nirvash Wrote:  Hm, I thought the XM2010 was another semi-auto .50 thing, but I was wrong. It's perfect for this list, and for this game.

Also, to people who will continue on reading this, what's everyone elses opinion on supply drop specific, special weapons? For example, the XM2010 is derived from the M24. So what if the XM2010 was only found in a supply drop, with stats identical to the base M24, but with 1 single stat being higher? For example, the rifle looking like it is, the XM2010 would be an M24 with (slightly) higher damage or velocity.

I ask this, because I know the answer to most is obvious. "NO! Put it in the store!". But, as shown from other free to play FPSes, supply drop, or rather, "crate" systems, allow for the developers to create crazy and over the top weapons by means of crates. For example, a weapon the developers KNOW would not sell well in the store. But if they made it FOR the supply drop, along side weapons with ALOT of popular appeal, they could add tons and tons of weapons that they normally would not be able to do.
I would definitely not be against something like that however it would have to have pretty much the exact same only with a slight edge and a different appearance and sound. If they were to introduce a completely new weapon with entirely different stats I think more people would oppose it.

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10-04-2012, 03:39 AM | Post: #34
Offline CybalA 
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For all the weapons Tongue
Would add such a great variety to this game, but can the engine handle this many different weapons?

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10-04-2012, 03:43 AM | Post: #35
Offline Nirvash 
(10-04-2012 03:39 AM)CybalA Wrote:  /sign
For all the weapons Tongue
Would add such a great variety to this game, but can the engine handle this many different weapons?

I don't see why not. It's more of a matter of how many they can make and effectively balance and sell.

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11-04-2012, 04:55 AM | Post: #36
Offline Nirvash 
(09-04-2012 03:47 AM)Youu Wrote:  Also: XM2010 (Sniper Rifle, Semi Auto)

Adding the XM2010: Though one thing you should know, is that it's bolt action, not semi auto. It's an upgraded M24 system.

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11-04-2012, 08:17 AM | Post: #37
Offline luigi100 
i have 1 for medic its the British GPMG

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12-04-2012, 10:56 AM | Post: #38
Offline 64ozHaterade 
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There is a version for every class: Assault, Medic, Engineer, and Recon.

The Galil is a family of Israeli small arms designed by Yisrael Galil and Yaacov Lior in the late 1960s and produced by Israel Military Industries Ltd (now Israel Weapon Industries Ltd) of Ramat HaSharon. The weapon system consists of a line chambered for the intermediate 5.56x45mm NATO caliber with either the M193 or SS109 ball cartridge and several models designed for use with the 7.62x51mm NATO rifle round. It is named after one of its inventors, Yisrael Galil.
There are four basic configurations of the Galil: the standard rifle-length AR (Assault Rifle), a carbine variant known as the SAR (Short Assault Rifle), a compact MAR (Micro Assault Rifle) version, and an ARM (Assault Rifle and Machine gun) light machine gun.

Cartridge
5.56x45mm NATO [1]
7.62x51mm NATO [1]
Action Gas-operated, rotating bolt
Rate of fire 630–750 rounds/min
Muzzle velocity SAR 5.56mm: 900 m/s (2,953 ft/s)
AR, ARM 5.56mm: 950 m/s (3,116.8 ft/s)
SAR 7.62mm: 800 m/s (2,624.7 ft/s)
AR, ARM 7.62mm: 850 m/s (2,788.7 ft/s)
Sniper: 815 m/s (2,673.9 ft/s)
Effective range 300–500 m sight adjustments
Feed system 5.56mm: 35, 50, 65-round detachable box magazine
7.62mm: 25-round box magazine
Sights Flip-up rear aperture with protective ears, flip-up tritium night sights, hooded front post

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12-04-2012, 06:28 PM | Post: #39
Offline Nirvash 
The IMI Galil is in there, in 3 different variants along the Assault, Engineer, and Recon. You just have to LOOK Tongue

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14-04-2012, 09:37 PM | Post: #40
Offline Nirvash 
Added 3 new things. I hope there's not a character limit...

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