New Weapons for H&D2

5 years 4 months ago - 5 years 4 months ago #43 by ShayoX
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I've been digging H&D2 Files...

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5 years 4 months ago #44 by Femto
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What an automatic shotgun , flamethrower and the most important thing never been used in the game torch :lol:

"In this world, some people born are like keys that move the world and exist having no connection to the social hierarchy established by man."
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5 years 4 months ago #45 by ShayoX
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I could use some water on desert maps, some chocolate,
cigarettes, flashlight, some ammo, that tank gun and gas. :D

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5 years 4 months ago - 5 years 4 months ago #46 by Max.
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The second icon is Aqualang, simple aqualang.
The 7'th icon is ammo for MG-34 (75 bullets)
The 8'th icon is ammo for MG-42 (250 bullets maybe)
The 12'th icon is portable flamethrower No2
The 16'icon is tank or simple cannon ammo
The 17'th icon is MG 18 (Africa 6 map)
Automatic shotgun is Benelli M2 super
Also you can find in game jar with water(africa 5) and hammer(arctic2-sicilly1) but they are used only in the bot's hands, you cannot find it in enemy's inventory.
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1 week 2 days ago #47 by Maquisard
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The real sticky bomb





N° 74 Sticky Bomb
History, technical data and photo





History of No. 74 Sticky bomb

It was in 1938 that the idea of an anti-tank sticky grenade was developed by Major Millis Jefferis, one of the leaders of the English Home Guard, which draws on the work of two scientists from the University of Cambridge, Dr Bauer and Dr Schulman.

The need to acquire such a weapon became a priority following the evacuation of Dunkirk by Franco-British troops. In fact, a lot of equipment was abandoned on the continent from May to June 1940 (notably anti-tank weapons) and the threat of a German landing in England became increasingly urgent.It was Winston Churchill, the British Prime Minister, who decided to launch the development of these special grenades in order to equip, possibly, the British population in the event of a German invasion.



Jefferis entrusted the design of this grenade to the engineer Robert Stuart Macrae: he developed a glass sphere containing 570 grams of nitroglycerine and covered by a powerful adhesive, all connected to a handle facilitating the launch. The adhesive part is protected by a spherical cover to be removed before use.






From December 1943, the Germans developed a counter-measure for their tanks by installing a special coating called “Zimmerit” preventing magnetic grenades from attaching themselves to the armour.



74 Sticky Bomb Data Sheet

Creator country: Great Britain
User countries: Commonwealth
Denomination: Grenade, hand, Anti-Tank No. 74
Total Production: 2,500,000 (1941-1943)
Type of grenade: anti-tank
Operation: with pin
Delay time: 5 seconds
Explosive: 570 grams of nitroglycerin

Maybe a new weapon to create? 

 
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