ArgenGuy wrote:That sawed-off lever action rifle is known as the Mare's leg: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mare%27s_Leg
While it's a cool weapon I would prefer to see a Winchester 1887 in 10 Gauge like the one that Arnold Schwarzenegger uses in Terminator 2.
Lotsofgunfire wrote:If we're going to involve the Mauser C96 it should be the original version or the M712 Schnellfeuer.
Josh707 wrote:Yeah it'd be nice to have a break action revolver where the rounds are ejected automatically.
Haha that volley gun or whatever is a little overkill but that's awesome!
ArgenGuy wrote:I'm looking forward for that replacement Tommygun aswell. I understand that you want to port it to Receiver with the box mags instead of the drum. A drum would be basically overkill, but also, in order to load them, you have to remove the backplate. So, box mags will have to do, but it should be the 30 rounders this time, because 20 rounds is not enough IMHO.
ArgenGuy wrote:As for the C96, it think it's an overused pistol.
I would like to see sometime the austrian Steyr-Hahn M1912, which is also loaded by stripper clips or individual rounds*, but its magazine is inside the grip instead in front of the trigger guard. There's even a select-fire version, but it still has a non-removable mag, albeit double the capacity.
Its short recoil with rotating barrel action is pretty interesting, and mechanically accurate.
As for the caliber, it originally fired the 9x23mm Steyr, which is similar to the 9x23mm Largo, but not compatible. Several of these pistols were captured by the germans and rebarreled to 9mm Parabellum.
*In order to load the pistol with individual rounds, you have to engage the safety to keep the slide locked backwards (or else you are in for getting the slide closed on your finger in a similar fashion to the 'Garand thumb', ouchie!). There you go, a firearms that has a practical use for the thumb safety in-game.
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