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    Bullet jamming!

    Anyone whose ever fired an assault rifle knows that those things jam like mad, especially AK-47s. Yes this would be annoying as hell running into a fight and hearing a click, but nothing coming out. Then having to duck behind a rock for 30 seconds and pry the bullet out. However we are talking about realism here.

    They could even take it a step further by adding slower firing revolvers on pistol based kits as an option since they are jam-proof.

    Although this would probably be difficult as hell to code, it would be interesting for an fps that's based on reality.

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    You mean you have had your weapion jam?? Shocking. Although there is nothing like sitting on a bearm with an enemy in sight and pressing the trigger....then yelling "OH S$%*!!! jam..jam..jam..." Now I always keep my BF2 weapon in tip top shape..no need for jams here..
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      Weapon jams wouldn't be that hard to code (I guess) because they were included in AA.
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        this is true Root but one thing you have to remember is the BF2 engine is much less customizable than UE2. most of what is in BF2 cannot be changed, and a great number of features cannot be added. to be honest i am suprised the PR team have managed to do as much as they have but most of it is done with scripts whan with another engine it could be most likely be done cleanly.

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          Re: The one thing PR is missing...

          Originally posted by ^TheFish^ View Post
          this is true Root but one thing you have to remember is the BF2 engine is much less customizable than UE2. most of what is in BF2 cannot be changed, and a great number of features cannot be added. to be honest i am suprised the PR team have managed to do as much as they have but most of it is done with scripts whan with another engine it could be most likely be done cleanly.
          I didn't think about that. Good point. :icon14:
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            omg - I die enough already :icon_lol:

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              Re: The one thing PR is missing...

              Originally posted by WhiskeySix View Post
              omg - I die enough already :icon_lol:
              That's where some of us draw the strength to keep playing from. :D
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                Guns don't jam, musicians jam.
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                  Speaking of jamming...

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                    My M4 used to get jammed alot on America's Army, it's not fun when there are 2 insurgents carrying RPKs in front of you but i like realism better.
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                    • #11
                      Re: The one thing PR is missing...

                      Originally posted by evacke View Post
                      Bullet jamming!

                      Anyone whose ever fired an assault rifle knows that those things jam like mad, especially AK-47s.
                      AK-47s?? I am no gun specialist, but the way I hear, M16s jams MUCH easier than AK-47s.

                      Anyways, that would be awesome to see, good post. However, chance of jamming should be REAL low in my opnion, and happen VERY VERY few times, just to add some reality to it.

                      However, I think DEVS have already many things more important than that to work on and improve the mod...
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                        Re: The one thing PR is missing...

                        Originally posted by KevlarBR View Post
                        AK-47s?? I am no gun specialist, but the way I hear, M16s jams MUCH easier than AK-47s.

                        Anyways, that would be awesome to see, good post. However, chance of jamming should be REAL low in my opnion, and happen VERY VERY few times, just to add some reality to it.

                        However, I think DEVS have already many things more important than that to work on and improve the mod...
                        Actually your standard H-K M4 jams pretty easily, from sand in the maganize and even water in the gas chamber, But luckly enough H-K just came out with a new M4 variant, suposedly this new model is "jam proof". integrating this weapon to PRm would be nice, but having your M16A2 jam like every other magazine would just be painful.
                        PS. the koloshnakov (AK) jams extremely easily, theres even been cases of "AIR jams", but on the plus side its easier to un-jam a(n) ak47
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                          im sorry but no, AK-47's dont jam often, unless theyve been SERIOUSLY abused, between me and a buddy of mine we have put thousands of rounds through his ak, and the weapon has jammed ONCE, and ONLY once and it wasnt while firing either, when i put in a new mag the round caught on the breach of the barrel, this was just due to cheap ammunition that appearantly didnt seal right between the casing and the bullet. any ar-15 varient is a totaly different matter, they jam rediculously easily, just a little dirt in the reciever or the mag can lead to a jam, if you dont want your m16 or m4 to jam on you youve got to keep it rediculously clean, while with an ak you could leave it in a mud puddle for a week, pick it up, charge the bolt and blast away no problem.

                          as for implementing jams in PR, nah, as another poster said, i die enough as it is,

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                            Re: The one thing PR is missing...

                            Originally posted by sephsmokey View Post
                            while with an ak you could leave it in a mud puddle for a week, pick it up, charge the bolt and blast away no problem.
                            I've actually had this demonstrated to me, with AKs that had been in an underground cache for more than 5 years.
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                              Re: The one thing PR is missing...

                              Originally posted by gunjunkie View Post
                              I've actually had this demonstrated to me, with AKs that had been in an underground cache for more than 5 years.
                              I read in David Hackworth's "Hardcore to Hopelss" when they were making a new base for his Battalian, when they were bulldozing and they pushed up some earth and a AK-47 was serviced.

                              He promemtly retrieved the weapon and demostrated to those around what abuse a real rifle can take, by unloading the clip right then and there.

                              Man, the Soviets sure could make some sick awsome weapons.

                              I hear tell many an American G.I. died due to M16 jamming in the Vietnam Conflict.
                              Hell, the first thing they told the FNGS was to not fell your cartridge up with the maximum bullet count. Best to have two less that max. Would allow the spring to last longer.
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