Discussion in 'Weapons & Technology in WWII' started by dasreich, Aug 13, 2002.
Sherman firefly (The British variant with the great big 17 pounder gun.)
Rifle: Springfield '03 with a Unrtl Scope
Pistol: M1911 Colt .45 ACP
Attack: A-20 or TBF
Battleship: USS Washington
Sub: USS Wahoo
Carrier: USS Yorktown CV-5
Rifle: M1 Garand
Bomber: B25 or B26 Marauder
Carrier: The Big E
Other Naval vessel: PT boat
Pilot: Swede Vjetasa
Pilot as a weapon? Anyone who can shoot down three Zeros with a Dauntless divebomber is one heckuva weapon to me!
My favourites change, but today would include
Lee Enfield SMLE
Mosquito fighter bomber
Am Besten Immer!!
Rifle : STV-40
Rifle/SMG : Stg-44 or Mp-44
Pistol : M1911
Tank : FireFly
Fighter : SpitFire
Carrier : All The Same!!
BattleShip : Also Yamato
About Pilot : Polish Ones!!
Infantry weapon: Lee Enfield SMLE
Artillery: 25 pdr
Naval: HMS Hood
Pistol : M1911
Anti tank:17 pdr
I have this thing for the Lee Enfield.
Equalizer - M1 Garand. That Ping is unforgetable in everyway.
Treaded Behemoths - M26 Pershing tank. They are the Tiger Tamers
Aircraft- B17 - Its long service is testimony to its greatness...or America's cheapness.
Naval Ships - Aircraft Carriers were the capital ships then and defined the role. I am partial towards The Enterprise for taking such a beating and coming back hungry for more.
Infantry Weapon: M1A1 Thompson, M1 Carbine, Lee Enfield Mark III
Tank: M13/40 Italian Medium, Panzer V/Panther Ausf. G German Medium, Ratte German Super-Ultra-Heavy-Mega!!!
Aircraft: BF-109 E, P-51D, J7W1
Ship: Northampton-class Cruiser, North Carolina-class Battleship, Cleveland-class Light Cruiser, Kent-class Heavy Cruiser, Admiral Hipper-class Heavy Cruiser
You mean the "ping" when the en' block is ejected or the ping when you get shot in the head playing Call of Duty?
actually, surprisingly enough, the Type 99 LMG