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Jordanian Tracked APCs and Norwegian Tracked APCs have been greatly rewritten and updated. The version of the OT-62C with a pair of turret-mounted AT-3 ATGM launchers has been added to the OT-62 entry in International Tracked APCs. The Polish Tracked APCs page has been totally rewritten, with the various Polish MT-LB versions combined into one entry and expanded.

A Glossary for Ground Vehicles has been added; this page will give explanations of vehicle entry terms, vehicle equipment and functioning, and other terms used in the vehicle pages. Note that I have put this up in an in-progress form as yet and it is still very much a work in progress; in particular, many explanations of vehicle equipment must still be put in. But I hope it will help some people for now.

In US Grenade Launchers, a note about the Rippel Effect XRGL-40 has been added to the Milkor USA M-32 entry.

In French Rocket Launchers, the LRAC-89 has had its entry notes expanded somewhat. In addition, some rearranging has been done; the ABB has been combined with the APILAS entry, and the ACIP-300 entry has been combined with the LRAC-89 entry.

In Croatian Antimeteriel Rifles, the RH-ALAN RT-20 has had its notes expanded considerably, and its ROF adjusted to take into account its method of reloading.

In South African Antimateriel Rifles, the PRP NTW-20 has been replaced by the Truvelo NTW-20 entry; the NTW-20 entry has been repl;aced by the MTW-20-82, and the new 20mm HS-404-firing NTW-20-110 rifle has been added.

In German Assault Rifles, the HK-416 has been updated to include the optional 12.5" barrel.

In South African Assault Rifles, the Truvelo Raptor has been added.

In Yugoslavian Assault Rifles, the Zastava M-21 has had a note added about the "Soldier of the Future" version.

In Belgian Pistols, the FN FNP entry has had the FMP-45 Tactical version added.

In US Pistols D-F, A note has been added to the DoubleStar 1911 entry about the DoubleStar 1911 Combat Pistol.

The Charter Arms Dixie Derringer was added to US Charter Arms & Charles Daly Revolvers.

In the Truvelo SG-1 entry in South African Sniper Rifles, the CMS (Counter Measure Sniper) version was added. The silencers for this series of rifles were also given separate listings instead of showing the silenced version of each rifle in the first table in the entry.

The IO SSG-2000 has been added to the US Sniper Rifles G-L page.

The AK Blyskawica was added to the Polish Submachineguns page.

In South African Submachineguns, the silenced version of the BXP as well as the BXP Tactical Pistol was added to the Truvelo BXP entry.

The TDI Kriss Super V has been moved from the US Submachineguns J-Z page to the Swiss Submachineguns. The entry describes why I did this.

In US Semiutomatic Sporting Rifles F-I, the IO STG-2000-C was added.

In US Semiautomatic Sporting Rifles Rp-Rz, the Ruger SR-556 was added.

The House Rules page has had some things added; notes about my preferred way to resolve small arms damage, firing saboted rounds through weapons with muzzle brakes, and some "quick-and-dirty" rules for weapons converted to automatic fire.

I have removed the section about what I hope to do with these pages in the future. Who knows what I'll actually have time for, and I don't want to appear to be making promises I can't keep. My life is complicated enough as it is. In addition, I often have the odd wild idea here and there; some work out, some do not.
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16 May 10

Romanian Tracked APCs has been totally rewritten, and updated.

Russian Tracked APCs has been totally rewritten, and updated, to include the new MT-LBu entry.

In Russian Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, the BRM-1 and BRM-3 were moved to the BMP-1 and BMP-3 entries respectively in Russian Tracked APCs.

A large number of vehicles were moved from their former places to the Best Light Combat Vehicles that Never Were page -- lots of stuff was moved around from various pages.

In Yugoslavian ATGMs, the new thermobaric warhead for the Maljutka-2 ATGM was added.

In US Antimateriel Rifles A-L, the AR-50A1 was added to the Armlite AR-50 entry. The Barrett M-82A2 and M-90 were combined with the Barrett M-82 entry, and the M-107A1 was added to that entry. The Bushmaster BA-50 was also added to that page.

In US Antimateriel Rifles M-Z, the McMillan 14.5mm Rifle was combined with the McMillan M-87R entry, and a slight correction made. The Safety Harbor Firearms SHTF-50 was added to the page.

In Czech Assault Rifles, some additional information was added to the VZ-52 entry, about it's use by the Czech Presidential Guard and other ceremonial units.

In Russian Assault Rifles, some additional information about the nicknames of the AKS-74U was added.

In Swiss Assault Rifles, the SIG-522 series was added to the SiG-Sauer SG-550 entry.

In US Automatic Rifles, a note was made about the rarity of the M-1922 version of the Browning M-1918 Automatic Rifle.

In US Battle Rifles M-Z, the .357 AutoMag, .44 AutoMag, .44 Magnum, .475 Tremor, and .50 Action Express chamberings were added to the Tromix Jackhammer.

In Italian Lever-Action Rifles, the Cimarron Model 1865 and the Uberti Model 1876 Centennial have been added.

In US Lever-Action Rifles A-H, the Big Horn Armory Model 89 has been added.

In Chinese Machineguns, the Type 77, Type 85, and Type 89 entries have been unified into the Type 77 entry, and the whole thing updated.

In Polish Machineguns, some more information has been added for the WKM-B version of the NSW Utios.

In Russian Machineguns, more information has been added to the Degtyarev/Shapagin DShK entry, particularly about the preceding DK version and the tripod developed after World War 2 for the DShK-38/46 version. The range figures for the Kovrov KORD have been slightly adjusted, as have the range figures for the Molot NSV.

In US Revolvers - Smith & Wesson 451-630, the Smith & Wesson 500 entry was updated to include the new .500 S&W Special round.

In Russian Semiautomatic Shotguns, the Izmash Saiga Series was updated to include the modifications often done to the Saiga-12 by Russian police and military forces. However, of more note is the inclusion of a new US version of the Saiga-12, the Tromix S-17.

In US Submachineguns A-I, the American-180 entry was updated to include the Bazooka Brothers A&D Drum Adapter Kit.
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The link screwup with Russian Tracked APCs and Russian Wheeled APCs has been fixed.
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14 Jun 10

The Salvadorean Tracked APCs APCs page has been rewritten and updated.

The Salvadorean Tracked APCs has been rewritten and updated.

The South Korean Tracked APCs page has been rewritten and updated, including the addition of the new K-21 IFV.

The Swedish Tracked APCs page has been rewritten and updated.

The Magpul Masada has been moved to the US Assault Rifles R-Z page and renamed the Remington ACR entry.

In British Sniper Rifles, the LMT L-129A1 has been added. The entry for the AW has also been updated to include a mention of Craig Harrison's record-breaking sniper kills.
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10 Jul 10

The Swiss Tracked APCs page has been rewritten and updated.

The Turkish Tracked APCs page has been rewritten and updated.

The UAE Tracked APCs page has been removed, as its variant of the BMP-3 (the only entry on the page) is now handled under Russian Tracked APCs.

The Ukrainian Tracked APCs page has been rewritten and updated, and now includes the BTMP-84.

In US Tracked APCs, the prices and Combat Move figures on the M-113 series have been adjusted slightly. In addition, the M-115A1 has been moved to the Best APCs that Never Were page.

In US Antimateriel Rifles A-L, the Anzio Ironworks Single-Shot .50 entry has been replaced with the Anzio Ironworks Heavy Rifles entry and greatly expanded.

In Belgian Assault Rifles, the FN SCAR entry has been updated (primarily in the nomenclature department) and now includes the SCAR-16S and SCAR-17S civilian versions.

In German Assault Rifles, The HK-416 entry has been updated with new information about the HK-417 as well as the US Marines' new M-27 version of the HK-416.

In US Battle Rifles M-Z, the Springfield M-1A entry has had the MFS-14 version added. The Springfield M-14 has had the M-14 DMR, M-39 EMR, M-14 Tactical, and AWC G2 versions added, and the M-14 SDM entry updated.

A note has been aded about Cylinder & Slide's version of the SP-101 in US Revolvers - Ruger.

In US Special Purpose Firearms, the TASER has been added, with several versions noted and statted out.

In International Double/Single-Barrel Shotguns, the Stoeger Condor has been added, and the Stoeger Coach Gun has been updated.

In US Double/Single-Barrel Shotguns S-V, the TriStar Hunter EX has been added.

In US Sniper Rifles C-F, the Desert Tactical SRS was added.

The Swedish Rocket Launchers page has had the AT-4, Miniman, and M-2 Carl Gustav entries updated and expanded.

In US Rocket Launchers, the M-136 and AT-8 have been moved to the AT-4 entry on the Swedish Rocket Launchers page. The M-12 SMAW entry has been renamed the Talley/Nammo Mk 153 Mod 0 SMAW entry, and the SMAW-D entry has been renamed the Talley M-141 BDM entry.

The Care and Feeding of Antiarmor Weapons page has been updated to account for warhead self-destruct and to sharpen the Davis Countershot Principle weapons.
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Virtually the entire US Tracked APCs page has been expanded, updated, and rewritten. The FMC/GDLS M-2 Bradley remains the same, and the FMC/GDLS M-113 has had only it's prices modified (they were too low).

The Yugoslavian Tracked APCs page has been updated, expanded, and rewritten.

In US Antimateriel Rifles A-L, the Barrett M-90 has been incorporated into the Barrett M-82A1 entry, and a few more notes on its development added.
In British Assault Rifles, the L-85A2E and LEI SA-80 variants have been added to the Enfield L-85 entry.

In Croatian Assault Rifles, the VHS had been added.

The LEM-15A4 entry has been moved to the Armalite LEM-15A4 entry in US Assault Rifles A-C, and the AKU-94 entry has had some notes about the Century International version added.

In Argentine Pistols, the Bersa Mini Firestorm entry has been replaced with the Bersa Firestorm entry, and expanded.

In Belgian Pistols, the HP-35 75th Anniversary Model was aded to the HP-35 entry, and the prices adjusted somewhat.

In Brazilian Pistols, the Taurus PT-709 and PT-738 have been added.

In US Pistols B, the Briley Platemaster and El Presidente entries have been combined. Some extra notes were added to the Bushmaster Carbon-15 Pistol.

In US Pistols C, the CMMG M-7 has been added. The Cobra Patriot entry has been expanded.

In US Pistols D-F, the Ed Brown Executive Carry and Executive Target entries have been combined, and the Massad Ayoob Signature Edition added to that entry.

In British Revolvers, the Mark 5 under Webley Pistols has been expanded. The .455 British Service round has been renamed the .455 Webley Revolver Mk II round. The range of the .476 Enfield round has been adjusted. The Webley RIC and Bulldog entries have been combined.

The US Revolvers O-Rem page, accidentally removed, was restored.

In Italian Double & Single-Barrel Shotguns - Beretta, the Beretta SV-10 was added.

In US Double & Single Barrel Shotguns W-Z, The Winchester 101 was added.

In US Special-Purpose Firearms, more information was added to the Tunnel Weapon 5-2 entry.

In US Bolt-Action Sporting Rifles - Remington, the Remington 700 XCR was added.

In US Semiauto Sporting Rifles J-M, the STG-E4 was added to the MSAR STG-556 entry.

I have discovered that the "Arm Gun" and the later, civilian Bushmaster Pistol are different variants of the original design, the IMP. I have therefore changed the name of the entry to "IMP/Bushmaster" and relabeled accordingly. This is in Best Submachineguns That Never Were.

The more generalized House Rules have had the combat-related house rules removed, and these have been placed on a separate page, House Rules for Weapon Combat. I have added some rules for adding bipods, sharpened the rules for laser aiming modules, and added reflex sights. In House Rules, rules for Sprinting have been added.
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The Australian Wheeled APCs has been completely rewritten and retooled.

The Austrian Wheeled APCs has received a major update and re-writing. (Unfortunately, it's now huge.)

In Belgian Wheeled APCs, the BDX entry has been removed; it will later be incorporated in the Timoney entry in Irish Wheeled APCs. The SIBMAS entry has been updated and improved.

Entries on the Brazilian Wheeled APCs have been expanded and/or corrected.

In Canadian Assault Rifles, the Para-Ordnance TTR was added.

In US Assault Rifles A-C, the Auto-Ordnance M-1 Carbine has received some additional information.

In US Battle Rifles A-L, the Sportical was added to the DPMS Panther .308 entry.

In US Battle Rifles M-Z, more information was added to the Springfield M-1 Garand entry.

In Austrian Pistols, some more information about the sights of the Steyr M and S was added to the entry.

In Brazilian Pistols, the PT-92 and Millennium entries have been combined, and the PT-24/7 and Millennium Pro series combined.

In Czech Pistols, the weight of the CZ-75 Kadet has been corrected.

In Israeli Pistols, a note has been made about the newer versions of the IMI Desert Eagle, which have MIL-STD-1913 rails.

In US Pistols G-H, the Guncrafter American has been added to the Guncrafter Industries Model 1 entry.

In US Pistols K, the Kimber Super Carry has been added.

In US Pistols R, the Remington 1911 R1 has been added.

In Brazilian Revolvers - Taurus, the Model 4150PLY has been added to the Taurus 44 Ten Tracker-B entry.

In US Revolvers - Charter Arms-Charles Daly, a note has been made about the trigger action of the Charter Arms Patriot.

In US Revolvers - Ruger, the LCR-357 was added to the Ruger LCR entry.

In US Revolvers - Smith & Wesson 31-60, the Bodyguard 38 was added to the Model 38 bodyguard entry.

In US Revolvers - Smith & Wesson 651-S, the Night Guard Series has been added. The Safety Hammerless and Pocket Hammerless have been combined into one entry.

In International Double & Single-Barrel Shotguns, the Double Defense has been added to the Stoeger Coach Gun Entry.

The M-1C/D, M-21, M-1903A4 have been moved to US Sniper Rifles R-S, with the entry preceded by their manufacturer/designer, Springfield.

In US Special Purpose Firearms, the Bond Arms Ranger was added.

In US Bolt-Action Sporting Rifles B-C, the Jackson Hunter and TRP-3 versions of the Cooper 57M were added, and the Cooper 21 was updated with more information.

In US Semiauto Sporting Rifles, the AR-57 has been added.

The rules for converting weapons to automatic fire have been moved to House Rules for Weapons.

A new page, House Rules for Vehicles, has been added, and vehicle-based house rules gathered there.
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British Wheeled APCs has been rewrtitten and recalculated. The Valkyr entry is removed; it will eventually reappear under Irish Wheeled APCs, under the BDX entry.

In US Antimateriel Rifles A-L, the Barrett M-82A1 entry has had the .416 Barrett chambering added.

In US Assault Rifles A-C, the 5.56mm chambering of the REC-7 has been added to the Barrett M-468 entry.

In US Assault Rifles R-Z, the LAR-6.8, LAR-9, LAR-40, and LAR-458 have been added to the Rock River Arms LAR-15 entry.

In US Automatic Rifles, the Shrike AAR and Shrike DMR assault rifle versions of the Ares Shrike have been added to the entry.

In US Battle Rifles A-L, the Alliance Arms AK-47 .460 has been added.
In Russian Machineguns, a note about the Century International Arms semiautomatic version of the SG-43 has been added.

In US Pistols R, the Ruger SR-9c has been added to the Ruger SR-9 entry.

In US Pump-Action Shotguns R, The Tactical Road Blocker was added to the Remington 870P entry.

In Russian Semiautomatic Shotguns, the Arsenal SGL-41 was added to the Izhmash Saiga Series.

In Austrian Sniper Rifles, the SSG-08 was added to the Steyr SBS Tactical entry.

In Czech Bolt-Action Sniper Rifles, the CZ-550 HET was added to the CZ-550 entry.

In French Submachineguns, the MAT-49/54 and MAT-54SB were added to the MAT-49 entry.

More information has been added to the AG-36, HK-69A1, and HK-79 in German Grenade Launchers.

The Stechkin Patparine was added to Best Handguns that Never Were.
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Chinese Wheeled APCs, Croatian Wheeled APCs, and Dutch Wheeled APCs have been rewritten and updated.

In German Pistols N-Z, the PK-380 was added to the Walther PPS entry.

In Swiss Pistols, the SiG-Sauer P-238 was added.

In US Pistols D-F, the Diamondback DB-380 was added.

In US Pistols I-J, the IO Hellcat was added.

In US Pistols - Springfield, the XDM 3.8 was added to the Springfield XD entry.

In Brazilian Revolvers - Taurus, the Taurus 44 Ten Tracker-B entry was corrected to reflect the proper length of the .410-Gauge rounds usable in the revolver.

In US Sniper Rifles M-Q, the Nighthawk Tactical rifle has been added.

In US Bolt-Action Sporting Rifles - Remington, the Model 700 SPS AAC-SD has been added to the Remington 700 entry.

In International Semiautomatic Sporting Rifles, the American Tactical Imports AK-47 has been added.

In Japanese Submachineguns, some new information has been added to the Type 100 entry, and the missing weight figure for the Type 100 3rd Model has been put in.

In Polish Rocket Launchers, much more information has been added to the RPG-76 Komar entry.

In Russian Rocket Launchers, the entries for the RPG-2, RPG-7, RPG-16, RPG-18, RPG-27, and RPG-29 have been expanded with much new information. In many cases, entries have been corrected, and new warheads and new forms of these weapons have been added.

In Yugoslavian Rocket Launchers, more information has been added to the Zastava M-57 entry, including the 2nd Model, which has a better optical sight.

In Pistol, Revolver, and SMG Rounds, the 9mm FAR, 9mm SPS, and 12.5mm Gnom rounds have been added. The .45 ACP round entry has been updated.
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02 Oct 10

The Egyptian Wheeled APCs page has been rewritten and updated.

In British Bolt-Action Sporting Rifles C-Z, the Milcam, Milcam HB, Comcan, and Snicam entries have been combined and corrected.

In US Grenade Launchers, the General Dynamics Mk 47 Mod 0 Striker has been added.

In Pistol, Revolver and SMG Rounds, the .327 Federal, .460 Smith & Wesson Magnum, .500 Smith & Wesson Special, and .510 GNR rounds have been added.

In Rimfire Small Arms Rounds, the .44 Henry Rimfire was added.

The out-of-date Grenade Launcher Rounds page has been replaced with the one that was supposed to be there. (The proper page was on the site all along, but the link pointed to the old page, which should have been removed.) The incorrect 40x47mm Russian Low-Velocity HEDP was removed (there is no such thing). The 40x53mm NATO High-Velocity HEAB and PP-HE-SD rounds have been added. (Note that I consider this page to be still incomplete.)

I have recently began working on the Shotgun Rounds page, but do not expect to see it soon. (In short, the 12-Gauge rounds are problematic, since there are so many different types of 12-Gauge rounds other than shot and slug, and I'm still not sure how I'm going to handle this. And don't even bring up chokes!)
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11 Oct 10

Finnish Wheeled APCs has been rewritten and updated.

In US Assault Rifles R-Z, the Rock River Arms Tactical Entry Carbine entry has been replaced with the Rock River Arms Tactical Rifles entry, and updated.

In Brazilian Pistols, the PT-708 and PT-740 has been added to the PT-709 entry. The IMBEL-GC pistol entries have been consolidated.

In US Sniper Rifles T-Z, The Zel Tactilite T1/T2 has been added.

Shotgun Shells have been added. I hope I did a reasonably complete job.
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27 Oct 10

French Wheeled APCs and German Wheeled APCs have been rewritten and updated.

In House Rules for Vehicles, a note about standard vehicle roof and floor armor has been added, and the special qualities of MRAPs.

In Austrian Antimateriel Rifles, the HS-50M1 has been added to the Steyr HS-50 entry.

In German Automatic Rifles, the MG-4 version of the Heckler & Koch MG-43 has been added.

In Swiss Pistols, a note about the SiG-Sauer P-226 E2 and P-229 E2 has been added.

In US Pistols M-Q, the MasterPiece Arms Protector has been added.

In US Pistols - Springfield, the XDM 3.8 in .45 ACP and the XDM 4.5 have been added.

In Russian Semiautomatic Shotguns, a note about the Arsenal SGL-12 has been added to the Izhmash Saiga Series entry.

In US Semiauto Sporting Rifles A-E, the ATI VK-22 has been added.

In US Semiautomatic Sporting Rifles F-I, a note has been added about the HIP Proline Package for the Hi-Point 995/4095 Carbine.

The beginnings of a Special Weapons Ammunition page has been posted; it is by no means complete as of yet.

In Weapon House Rules, rules for computerized weapon sights and sniper team spotters have been added. Laser aiming module rules have been modified.
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I had to squeeze in another update, to US Grenade Launchers. The sight I had listed on the Milkor USA M-32 was wrong, and I fixed the reference.
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Indian Wheeled APCs, Irish Wheeled APCs, Israeli Wheeled APCs, and Italian Wheeled APCs have been rewritten.

In Polish Antimateriel Rifles, the Alex version of the ZMT WKW II has been added.

In International Pistols, the ATI FX-45 and CIA Draco have been added.

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In Belgian Semiautomatic Sporting Rifles, the FNAR was added.

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In US Assault Rifles A-C, the Colt Carbines entry and the Colt Assault Rifles entry have been modified to take into account some of the M-16/M-4/AR-15 clones out there.

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In US Revolvers A-C, the Century Arms 100 and the Chiappa Arms Rhino has been added.

In US Revolvers Db-F, the .17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire version of the Freedom Arms Model 97 has been added.

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Paul,

I noticed the entry for the Enfield Sten is doubled. That said, I was curious if you wanted to add there was a prototype for a Sten Mk IIS with night-vision that was developed but never deployed. Something of a technical curiosity, of course.

(I have a picture of a British soldier using one, with an IR lamp under the barrel and a scope mounted on top. There is a power cord of some kind going from the scope to a back-carried battery pack. War Monthly magazine, Issue #34, 1976.)

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Paul,

I noticed the entry for the Enfield Sten is doubled. That said, I was curious if you wanted to add there was a prototype for a Sten Mk IIS with night-vision that was developed but never deployed. Something of a technical curiosity, of course.

(I have a picture of a British soldier using one, with an IR lamp under the barrel and a scope mounted on top. There is a power cord of some kind going from the scope to a back-carried battery pack. War Monthly magazine, Issue #34, 1976.)

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I fixed the duplicate Sten entry. Do you have a picture for the Sten IIS with night vision equipment? I'll add a note like I did for the M-1 Carbine version with night vision equipment, but probably not an individual entry on the tables.
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Paul,

I don't have a bed scanner, so I took a picture and uploaded it. My apologies for the poor quality!

Agreed, this doesn't require a new entire entry but a footnote at most.



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It's definitely smaller than that monstrosity they tried to mount on the M-1 Carbine.
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Having the battery in a backpack would help reduce bulk I think. It's also obviously designed for close range only so that would reduce the need for a spowerful IR light.
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Having the battery in a backpack would help reduce bulk I think. It's also obviously designed for close range only so that would reduce the need for a spowerful IR light.
I was thinking about why they mounted advanced gear on a POS like the Sten, I guess the Mk. II was more reliable than the Mk. I, it would only be used at short range so there was no need for a full-power rifle. Further, a suppressed SMG in tandem with IR night-vision would also allow for a kind of "stealth" weapon, neither seen nor heard at night.

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I was thinking about why they mounted advanced gear on a POS like the Sten, I guess the Mk. II was more reliable than the Mk. I, it would only be used at short range so there was no need for a full-power rifle. Further, a suppressed SMG in tandem with IR night-vision would also allow for a kind of "stealth" weapon, neither seen nor heard at night.

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Probably just an experiment, like the one they mounted on the M-1 carbine. The British already had the predecessor of the Sterling, the Lanchester, in limited service at the time, plus the EM-2 was in the preliminary design phases (which I still think was a kick-ass rifle firing a kick-ass cartridge).
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Probably just an experiment, like the one they mounted on the M-1 carbine. The British already had the predecessor of the Sterling, the Lanchester, in limited service at the time, plus the EM-2 was in the preliminary design phases (which I still think was a kick-ass rifle firing a kick-ass cartridge).
Paul,

Agreed on all points. I was more wondering why the Sten instead of one of the other weapons you mention. Testing the EM-2/Taden MG:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7v5cTlVy5SA

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Portuguese Wheeled APCs and Romanian Wheeled APCs have been rewritten and updated. The RN-94 has been removed from Romanian Wheeled APCs; it will reappear later in Best APCs That Never Were, as both parties involved seem to have pulled out of the project.

In US Antimateriel Rifles A-L, a correction has been made about the sights on the Barrett M-82A1.

In Russian Assault Rifles, the Arsenal Civilian AK-74 has been added to the Kalashnikov AK-74 entry.

In US Assault Rifles R-Z, the PDS Carbine and PDS Pistol have been added to the Rock River Arms Tactical Rifles entry.

In German Battle Rifles, a note about the PTR-91 Super Sniper has been added to the Heckler & Koch G-3 entry.

A new page, International Revolvers, has been added. The Chiappa Arms Rhino has been moved here, and the EAA Big Bore Bounty Hunter has also been moved here.

In US Revolvers - Smith & Wesson 10-30, the Model 629 with a 2.625" barrel has been added to the Smith & Wesson 29 entry.

In US Revolvers - Smith & Wesson 31-60, the Model 58 has been added to the Smith & Wesson 57 entry.

In Russian Semiautomatic Shotguns, the R&R Targets Saiga-12 has been added to the Izhmash Saiga Series entry.

In US Special Purpose Firearms, the American Derringer 1, 7 and 10 entries have been combined, new chamberings added, and some corrections made. In the American Derringer 4 entry, some new information has been added and the entry corrected. In the American Derringer 6 entry, some new information has been added, a chambering added, and the entry corrected. The American Derringer DA-38 has been added.

In US Bolt-Action Sporting Rifles - Savage, the Model 110BA has been added to the Savage 110 entry.

In Swiss Submachineguns, the 6.5mm CBJ chambering has been added to the Brugger & Thomet MP-9.

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Austrian Wheeled APCs, Russian Wheeled APCs, Salvadoran Wheeled APCs, and Saudi Wheeled APCs have been rewritten and expanded. The KamAZ BPM-97 has been added to Russian Wheeled APCs and the Slovenian Valuk has been added to the Austrian Pandur entry. As the Valuk was the only entry on the Slovenian Wheeled APCs page, the page has been eliminated.

In US Pistols D-F, the Ed Brown Kobra Carry has been added to the Ed Brown Kobra entry.

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Slovakian Wheeled APCs has been added, with the Tatrapan (formerly found under Czech Wheeled APCs).

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In US Pump-Action Shotguns S-Z, the Winchester Defender Black Shadow was added to the Winchester 1200/1300 entry.

In US Semiautomatic Shotguns R, The Remington Versa Max was added.

In Italian Bolt-Action Sporting Rifles, the Uberti Revolver Carbine has been added.

In US Bolt-Action Sporting Rifles - Remington, the Barsness-Sisk version of the Remington 700BDL was added to the Remington 700 entry.

In US Bolt-Action Rifles Rh-Ru, the Ruger Compact Magnum was added to the Ruger M-77 Mk II Hawkeye entry.

In US Submachineguns A-I, the ASA M-4 Carbine was added to the Colt 9mm Submachineguns entry.

In the Glossary for Ground Vehicles, general rules for MRAPs, Bar/Slat Armor, and Applique Armor was added.
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Most excellent site so far, I've been visiting it for years, back in the days of pictures even !

I have two questions/requests if you need suggestions (I know, not likely but I figured I'd try):

In German Tanks you mention the Canadian Leopard 1 is highly modified and covered in Canadian Tanks, but there is no such page. I see You did cover the Canadian Leopard 2A6M in the German page, just wondering if you will be adding the C1 and/or C2 Leopard 1's ?

Second, just wondering if you're going to tackle the new German Puma IFV ?

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In German Tanks you mention the Canadian Leopard 1 is highly modified and covered in Canadian Tanks, but there is no such page. I see You did cover the Canadian Leopard 2A6M in the German page, just wondering if you will be adding the C1 and/or C2 Leopard 1's ?

Second, just wondering if you're going to tackle the new German Puma IFV ?
Oh, I guess I screwed that up. I screw things up a lot.

Second, I don't know. Eventually, I guess.
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I'm working now on the C1 and C2, but they'll be part of the German Tanks page instead of a separate Canadian Tanks page, in a separate section of the Leopard 1 entry. Then I have to get some info on the 2A6M version of the Leopard 2A6. Just touching base.
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