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    Big Bang Vol. 6: German Small Arms of WW2 $4.49
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    Big Bang Vol. 6: German Small Arms of WW2
    Publisher: Alternate Realities Publications
    by Charles C. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 06/12/2008 01:45:58

    happy and glad that such a book was created.. just wish there was more to the series for WW II arms...

    now this here has wepons that are a lot of times forgotten or no one really knew about such as the luftfuast or the panzer fuast 150-250. they have a bunch of differnt types and modles of the same gun because the germans liked to waste time makeing veriants. and it has a nice size list of small and large arms. now it goes not have all the fire arms but then again a book with every german WW II fire arm would be a novle.

    it is a must have and i say get it, even if you do not agree with the damage dice or some of the IRL to RPG stats it gives you a great idea. i hope they make more WW II fire arm books.

    Likes: lots of wepons for differnt type of systems, and lots of history for it.

    disslikes: they seemd to ignore my faves G43 or K43, the STG, and my fave the paratrooper FG 42

    main thought: make a 2nd book with the other stuff, but a pretty good buy.



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    Big Bang Vol. 6: German Small Arms of WW2
    Publisher: Alternate Realities Publications
    by Sigurd L. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 08/24/2004 00:00:00

    This is a great book if you like trivia about several obscure German firearms of WW2. But if you, like me, wanted the low-down on the most commonly used German firearms for use in your campaign, then this book is a waste of money. Richly detailed is the Volkespistole and the Luftfaust, the latter only a prototype weapon. Notably missing are the mainstays of the Wehrmacht arsenal - the MP38/40, the MG42 and MG34, as well as the Bergmann MP18 and the late Sturmgewehr 44. I'm deeply disappointed. Had I bought this unseen in a shop, I'd have taken it right back and demanded a refund.



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    It is unfortunate that you feel so disappointed about your purchase, Sigurd. However, with three competing lines of products (Wierd War II from Pinnacle, Hell on Earth from Bloodstone Press, and World War II Heroes from SteelMagic Studios), we felt it would be best to steer clear of duplicating their efforts in this particular book. To that end, we focused on German experimental and paramilitary weapons, areas that have not been covered in competing products. Future volumes will expand into the more common areas of coverage that you would prefer to see.
    Big Bang Vol. 6: German Small Arms of WW2
    Publisher: Alternate Realities Publications
    by James C. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 05/20/2004 00:00:00

    Another great offering in the Big Bang series.

    An essential if you are going to run a WW2 style game, the attention to detail and research involved is impeccable, and as with other products suits a wide variety of gaming systems. There are tons of very accurate detail for the weapons within, and good pictures of the weapons themselves abound throughout the book.

    Definitely a must-have product for those looking for a great, in-depth reference as well as those looking for simply stats and pictures of WW2 German weapons.



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