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Forgotten Hope 2 is an award-winning World War II modification for Battlefield 2TM and is based on the original Forgotten Hope, a modification for Battlefield 1942TM, one of the most popular multiplayer games ever. Battlefield 1942TM featured land, sea and air combat in a way never before seen. It was the goal of the development team to maximize the game experience by adding both a realistic and enjoyable gameplay to FH and now to FH2.

  • Marder III Ausf. M
  • BT-7
  • M1910 Maxim
  • Gewehr 41(W)
M1910 Maxim
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1US_Shermanator-87 Sep 23 2012, 8:01pm said:

Ahhh, I love it! Very well done!

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(2142)Gen.Reaper Sep 23 2012, 11:05pm said:

So we will be to tow these around with us as infantry or will they all be static?

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Dønny Sep 24 2012, 8:54am replied:

I think static but movable.

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deathteam15 Sep 24 2012, 11:54am replied:

Static but movable...hmm...a slight paradox there, me thinks ;)

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yone Nov 24 2012, 10:41am replied:

Yeah a good paradox there, it makes me smile!

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Vassili_Tzaisev Sep 23 2012, 11:52pm said:

As allways, boys: awesome work!!

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yone Sep 24 2012, 11:44am said:

Ive never seen that anywhere, It´s like a old camera.

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THeTA Nov 30 2012, 12:46pm replied:

Russia had hundreds and hundreds of thousands of these(and they still do in arsenal)

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theonewhonevergivesa May 30 2013, 10:07am replied:

Yeah, because sometimes you just don't have a time for MG barrel to get cooled nor time to change it :)
Anyway, that was true that Maxims were used in WW2...

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-Robin- May 19 2013, 7:40am said:

lol, i thought this was a mini-arty or something :D

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theonewhonevergivesa May 30 2013, 10:08am replied:

It's just a .30 cal machine gun, but water-cooled, that's why that sleeve it that big.

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parkerchace Jul 21 2013, 6:44pm said:

time to kill some fascists

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The first Maxim gun had been demonstrated in 1884 by inventor Hiram Maxim, and would go on to serve in many European armies in various colonial conquests. The Imperial Russian army adopted a modified version in 1910, chambered in the standard 7.62x54mmR rifle cartridge. This design would go on to serve with the Red Army well into the 1960s. In that time, a few improvements were made, such as adding the ability to feed from metal belts as well as the older cloth belts, as well as the distinctive larger water filling port copied from Finnish Maxims that allowed the shroud to be filled with snow.

The M1910 was mounted on either the Vladimorov mount designed in 1939 or like our example: a 1910 designed Sokolov mount. The wheels allowed the gun to be easily manoeuvred despite its heavy weight, and the mount also had legs that could be extended to make it taller (although these were later deleted to save construction time). Each gun was also issued with a gun shield, though in the field these were often abandoned to save weight. The M1910 Maxim was made by Pointblank

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