How do you get free mg08 on origins?

How do you get free mg08 on origins?

PSA: you can get a free packed mg08 on origins

  1. Out of spawn take the tunnel heading to tank station, as soon as you walk out of spawn there will be a debris filled corner, let your maxis drone out here.
  2. Head to stamin up generator.
  3. Head over to the church but don’t enter it.

Where are the Maxis drone parts origins?

Location of Parts

  • Near the very bottom of the Excavation Site, on top of a box on a scaffolding next to a lever.
  • On top of the Excavation Site near the Pack a Punch.
  • In the Excavation Site around the Secret Entrance.

How do you upgrade the wind staff in origins?

Upgrade Steps

  1. Solve Puzzle – Align the symbols. Surely the easiest of all the upgrade puzzles this one can be solved in a matter of seconds.
  2. Redirect Smoke. Leave the Crazy Place and look for the three stone balls that are billowing smoke.
  3. Align the Rings.
  4. Charge Wind Staff (Collect Souls)

How much did the MG 08 weigh?

152.1 lb
MG 08

Maschinengewehr 08
Mass Total 69 kg (152.1 lb) with water, 65 kg (143.3 lb) without water 26.5 kg (58.4 lb) gun body, 4 kg (8.8 lb) of water, 38.5 kg (84.9 lb) tripod
Length 1,175 mm (46.3 in)
Barrel length 721 mm (28.4 in)
Crew 4

What is the heaviest LMG?

Maxim MG08/15
With the loaded drum carrier and five pints of water, the total deployment weight of the Maxim MG08/15 is 49 pounds, the heaviest LMG ever fielded.

Why is it called a Ma Deuce?

The Browning M-2 . 50-caliber heavy machine gun casts a long shadow over U.S. military history – and it holds a special place in the hearts of many soldiers. Nicknamed “Ma Deuce” by World War II G.I.s, some who have fired the weapon consider it the mother of all machine guns.

Can a shoelace be a machine gun?

Upon further review, we have determined that the string by itself is not a machinegun, whether or not there are loops tied on the ends.

What did Germany nickname artillery guns?

Big Bertha
The name spread to German newspapers and then to Allied servicemen as “Big Bertha” and became slang for all heavy German artillery, but especially the 42 cm guns.

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