Fix LT vz.35
Fix LT vz.35
Last edited by petrtlach; Apr 6 2011 at 09:22.
\"O hranice se nejedná, o hranice se střílí.\" T.G.M.
8 cm Mortar Mo.36 in game, this same model its too for ArmA II version.
The 8 cm minomet vz. 36 (mortar model 36) was a medium mortar designed by the Škoda Works during the Thirties. Intended as standard medium infantry mortar for the Czech Army all available weapons were impressed into service by the German Army when they occupied Bohemia-Moravia in March 1939 and the Slovaks seized approximately one hundred fifty when they declared independence from Czechoslovakia at the same time. Slovak weapons saw combat in the Slovak-Hungarian War, the invasion of Poland, the opening months of Operation Barbarossa and the Slovak National Uprising.
The 8 cm minomet vz. 36 was a close copy of the French Brandt series of mortars. While it differed in details the most important thing was that its ammunition was incompatible with the Brandt mortars. It fired two different mortar bombs, a light 3.265 kilograms (7.20 lb) bomb to a range of 3,400 metres (3,700 yd) and a heavy 6.85 kilograms (15.1 lb) bomb to 3,400 metres (3,700 yd). It broke down into three loads, barrel, baseplate and tripod, for transport. Normally one man carried each piece.
pproximately 900 were in Czech service in September 1938. Nothing specific is known about German use although it likely saw service mostly with 2nd-line and reserve troops. Slovakia seized approximately one hundred fifty when they declared independence from Czechoslovakia in March 1939. They were used as the standard medium infantry mortar for the duration of the war. They saw combat in the Slovak-Hungarian War, the invasion of Poland, the opening months of Operation Barbarossa and the Slovak National Uprising.
Last edited by petrtlach; Apr 6 2011 at 09:25.
Hey, petrtlach! Very nice work on this quality addons. Downloaded it and took a quick look at it last night and I have to say, it is impressive! Especially the pistol-animations with the "Rollenverschluss" are something well done of many other good things included in this download. Maybe, I missed something or overseen it: Will there also be some heavier tanks like the T-34 and some staff-cars of the czech/russian/german side as well or do you concentrate more on ARMA 2 now? Hope, that many of the ARMA-screenshots of your blog will be released before switching to ARMA 2. Anyway, thanks for this great stuff. Keep up your nice work.
Nice, but regretful the download site not workable for me.
By way, when are you planning to send a beta for ARMA2? I like those tanks and guns and wish to have a fun in ARMA2.
9 cm Mortar vz.17.
Produced by spring 1917 Škoda Works in Plzeň and subsequently in the years 1920-1923 a joint-stock company, formerly Skoda Works in Pilsen. Mortar had a smooth barrel is saved in a special support structure with a variable delivery and elevation, which was implemented to a supporting wooden mortar bed. His right bylaprováděna in two units, either carrying of service, or transporting the two diamonds with jednospřežením. Total military administration assumed 212 pieces, most of which are found in autumn 1938 in service. Were used for firing mines mod. 17/28 and mines mod. 33rd
As a basis for business rule processing was used for officers and noncommissioned officers in an ambush in 1936
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New model LO vz.37 B and fix interier and door.
Last edited by petrtlach; Jul 13 2011 at 18:08.
TK vz.7/24 (HMG Mo.7/24) - "czechslovak schwarzlose 7.92 mm Mauser"
gun can be taken apart on a tripod, machine gun and cartridges. Machine gun is used as a standalone weapon. Tripod can be put on the back and up to 6 cartridges into slots soldier. Fold can be locations as needed.
Always brilliant, as usual
when you go out an updated mod?