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Mirzayev

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About Mirzayev

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  • Birthday 04/02/1990

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    El Paso, TX
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    War Gaming, Guitar, History, Video Games

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  1. M113, Battle of Marawi

    Well, that is one way to keep the engine compartment closed... I love the random wooden door on the side.
  2. 25mm Bushmaster STAB question

    Oddly enough, I had the same issue with the NZLAV while also trying to approximate a Ratel 20. I can confirm that I experienced the same issue.
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  5. Are there other boys in the bubble, like me?

    Single Player is fun, but for me multiplayer is what keeps me playing Steel Beasts. Adding in the human element opens up a whole world of new experiences compared to single player.
  6. We love videos

    Thanks! The OPFOR definitely kept me on the edge of my seat.
  7. Video Thread

  8. Doubtful. The "acting" was me with a cold, several shots of Crown Royal, and a script I wrote in about five minutes.
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  10. Spintires Tank mods.

    It is a limitation of the game engine: Spintires focuses on off reading old Soviet wheeled vehicles. This is a third party mod. Also, the "TC" is turning a steering wheel.
  11. Spintires Tank mods.

    To be fair, Spintires: Mudrunner (or just plain Spintires) does work quite well for what it does: simulating off-road driving. In fact, I actually use it to work out how to properly conduct recovering off-road using a winch, how to properly climb the sides of hills, etc. Not that the desert has much mud, mind you. That being said, the terrain engine, while nice, would be kind of silly to add into a tank simulator. The Abrams, for example, doesn't have a transfer case to manipulate, locking differentials to activate or deactivate, or tires to air down to a specific PSI. You just shift the transmission into drive and power through it. Now if you are talking about wheeled vehicles, it is a different story.
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