Updates 2024

Previous year updates may be seen here.

 

07 Jul 24

 

In Civilian Vehicles, Hyundais, Infinitis, and Isuzus have been added.

Austrian Wheeled Light Combat Vehicles, Belgian Wheeled Light Combat Vehicles, Brazilian Wheeled Light Combat Vehicles, British Wheeled Light Combat Vehicles, Canadian Wheeled Light Combat Vehicles, and Croatian Wheeled Light Combat Vehicles have been updated and corrected, and many variants added to the entries.

A new page, Chinese Wheeled Light Combat Vehicles, has been added, with the Norinco NAV-1.

In US Revolvers - Colt A-P, the Colt Grizzly/Kodiak has been added.

In US Revolvers - Colt R-Z, the Colt Viper was added.

In Large-Caliber Guns, the 76mm M32 series has been added.

 

 

14 Jun 24

 

In US SP Artillery, the M8, M37, and M41 have been added.

In US Tracked SP Antiaircraft, the M19 has been added.

The KShM R-81 Delfin and KShM R-55 have been moved from their incorrect places in Russian Tracked Light Combat Vehicles to Bulgarian Tracked Light Combat Vehicles where they belong.  Both entries have been updated and corrected.

In Norwegian Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, the NM-116 has been expanded and updated.

Russian Tracked Light Combat Vehicles has been expanded, updated, and corrected, particularly the 2S25 and PT-76 entries.

South Korean Tracked Light Combat Vehicles has been updated and corrected.

In Swedish Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, the superfluous entry (it is now under Swedish Tracked APCs) has been removed; this makes the page empty and it has been deleted.

In Romanian Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, the BRM-23 entry was placed on this page accidentally; as the BRM-23 is actually a Bulgarian vehicle and found under Bulgarian Tracked APCs, the Romanian TLCV page is now empty and has been deleted.

Taiwanese Tracked Light Combat Vehicles has been added, with Taiwanese M41 Variants.

In US Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, the M3 Stuart, M24 Chaffee, M41 Walker Bulldog, and M551 Sheridan have been greatly expanded and updated. In addition, the M3 Bradley has been moved to the M2 Bradley entry in US Tracked APCs.

The RKhM Kashalot has been moved from Russian Tracked Light Combat Vehicles to the MT-LB entry in Russian Tracked APCs/IFVs.

The M3A3 has been moved from US Tracked Light Combat Vehicles to the M2A3 Bradley III entry in Best APCs That Never Were.

The M10A2 Abrams BCV has been moved from US Tracked Light Combat Vehicles to Best Light Combat Vehicles That Never Were.

Geos, GMCs and Hondas have been added.

 

 

27 Apr 24

 

Eagles has been added to Civilian Vehicles.

The entries in Dutch Light Combat Vehicles were moved to other pages and the page became empty.  The page has therefore been removed.

In French Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, the VPX 5000 was moved to Best ATGM Vehicles That Never Were.  The other entries were corrected and expanded. Hotchkiss Light Tracked Vehicles was moved to German Tracked Light Combat Vehicles.  Other entries on that page were updated, corrected and expanded.

Both entries in International Tracked Light Combat Vehicles have been heavily rewritten and reworked.

Israeli Tracked Light Combat Vehicles has been updated, corrected and expanded.

International Tracked APCs has been updated, corrected, and information added.  The YPR-765 PMORS has been moved here to under the FMC AIFV entry from Dutch Tracked Light Combat Vehicles.

Mexican Tracked Light Combat Vehicles and North Korean Tracked Light Combat Vehicles have both been heavily rewritten and expanded.

In US Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, the M114 and Lynx have been added. The M113 C&V has been moved here from Dutch Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, and placed under the Lynx entry.

 

 

23 Mar 24

 

Jeeps have been added to Civilian Vehicles.

Canadian Tracked APCs has been added, with the Avro Bobcat.

Czech Tracked APCs has been added, with the OT-90.

Austrian Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, British Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, Bulgarian Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, Chinese Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, and Danish Tracked Light Combat Vehicles have been updated, corrected, and expanded.

In Brazilian Tracked Light Combat Vehicles, a small but critical error has been corrected.

In Russian Battle Rifles, under the Mosin-Nagant M1891 Series, the Kholodovskii Mosin has been added.

In French Submachineguns, the suppressed version of the MAT-49 has been added.

In Vietnamese Submachineguns, the ROF of the MAT-49M has been corrected.

 

 

25 Feb 24

In Civilian Vehicles, Fords were added.

In SP Guns, Japanese SP Guns, Pakistani SP Guns, Russian SP Guns, Saudi SP Guns, Swedish SP Guns, Swiss SP Guns, US SP Guns, and Yugoslavian SP Guns have been expanded, updated, corrected, and more information added.  A lot of work went into these.

In Dominican Assault Rifles, the Cristobal Model 2 entry has been expanded to include the Model 1.

In Israeli Assault Rifles, under the IMI Galil, the JAXX MAR series has been added.

In Russian Assault Rifles, under the Kalashnikov AK-74, a note about the helical AK-74 magazines used by the North Koreans is added.

The former US Assault Rifles A-C has been split into US Assault Rifles A, US Assault Rifles B, and US Assault Rifles C. Under Colt M16 Assault Rifle Series, in US Assault Rifles C, the Mk 4 Mod 0 has been added.

Vietnamese Pistols has been added, with the K14-VN.

In Italian Pump-Action Shotguns, the Valtro PM-5 has been added.

In US Semiautomatic Sporting Rifles F-I, the Gorilla Ammunition GF-10 has been added.

In German Rocket Launchers, under the Panzerfaust 3 entry, the Dynarange sight unit, a note about German Army doctrine as to the use of the PzF-3, and the MZ-110 warhead have been added.

In Large-Caliber Guns, the 76.2mm M1, the 76.2mm M7, and the 90mm M3 were added.

In Italian Mines, the Valmara 59/69/VS-JAP and VS-MK2 have been added.

In Russian Mines, the OZM-2 entry has been rewritten, and the POM-3 has been added.

Yugoslavian Mines has been added, with the PROM-1.

In Medium-Caliber Small Arms Rounds, the 8.6mm Blackout round was added.

In Small-Caliber Small-Arms Rounds, under 5.45mm Kalashnikov, the 100-round Helical magazine was added.