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I have realised that in our rules we have not got area fire for Macine guns like the GPMG on a tripod.. We have grazing or "Graving" fire in a single line out to 600m for tripod mounted weapons but not area fire beyond this. Does anybody have any information on typical dimentions of such fire. How d...
- 09 Feb 2018, 09:18
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: What`s everyone up too?
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We have Hammerhead in March. I decided for various reasons I wanted some different terrain and wanted to do a bit of terraon based at least in part on a real world battlefield, round Lausdell, Rocherath area part of the action round the Fallaise pocket in WW2. So I needed some tall hedge/tree linse ...
- 14 Jan 2018, 18:24
- Forum: World War 2
- Topic: A reference to Designing Defences
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A couple of recent battles in Modern/WW2 indicates that setting up a defence with wire etc is very complex. Are there any references to help. Obviously its dependent on terrain but there nust be something around that includes worked examples. Platoon to perhaps Battalion level would be helpful. Thanks
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We use card markers painted to blend in or at least not stand out on the table so they are not an eysore. On the hidden side they have a discreet small arrow to indicate the faceing. They are of sufficent size that they represent at least a small team or tank frontage to help make deployment credibl...
Inevitably its a difficult issue, as alaways its a compromise. To a certain extent its dependent on range and elevation. You can be hull down to lower ground and not to higher ground and accuracy is a function of range. At very close range the dispertion may be small enough ypu don't miss but you do...