Hi guys, thanks for tuning in for another mod on the Steam Workshop, I'm Joe the Pirate, and I'm here today with Ravenfield, taking a look at some of the guns in the brand new "Forgotten Weapons Pack".
The American 275 is a 22 long rifle sub machinegun that fires at about 1200 rpm. It's basically like hosing something with a swarm of angry bees.
The Bruiser shotgun is a best lesft forgotten weapon. It's recoil is harsh, its slow to reload, it just sucks. It is a 12 guage, so it is at least an effective round.
There is bascially nothing redeeming about this gun. An only slightly less terrible shotgun, this one fires from a 12 round drum that is glacial to reload. It also has heavy recoil and poor sights.
It was designed for resistence fighters, this gun was manufactured by the thousands to be dropped intp Europe. By itself, its another case of "embrace the suck", but it will still do the job on a sentry at close range.
This unique "personal assault weapon" fires a 20mm high explosive grenade on a pretty flat trajectory. Perfect for taking out groups on infantry and light vehicles. Can even damage tanks, but takes several shots to destory them.
Likely the first bullpup, this bolt action rifle dates to the Victorian era. It's fairly accurate at long range, but is incompatilbe with stripper clips so it must be single loaded. [known bug occasionall prevents reload, swap to another weapon and back to fix it]
A massively over complicated conversion of a bolt action rifle to semi auto, the Lee-Goldberg is a decent choice of battle rifle and has many advantages over a bolt gun. It suffers from akward iron sights and longer empty reloads.
The best version of a rather simple sub machinegun. The 5ten has solid close range potential, but much beyond that, its usefullness fades. Holds 32 rounds, and is available suppressed.
Gera AMP .44:
Before the .50 Eagle, the Gera was the go to for high caliber self-loader pistol. It fires a .44 magnum round and feeds from a 7 round mag. A powerful side arm, though has slow follow up shots due to its recoil.
A potential AK style battle rifle for NATO that never saw action. It is a well designed and solidly preforming rifle, but was held back by incompatiblity. Holds 20 rounds and fires at about 600 RPM, solidly effective battle rifle.
Granddaddy to the Nifty Fifty, the WATR uses the same .50AP ammo and can easily take out light vehicles and is devistating against infantry. AP variant is optimized for light vehicles and will take out jeeps and quads with 2-4 shots, but cannot damage tanks. AT version can damage tanks, but deals less damage to light vehicles