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New TAGinn Velum (40mm launcher smoke grenade)


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Will Velum (the new TAGinn grenade-launcher-fired smoke round) be allowed? If so, will it count towards the 12-round limit for HWS players, or will it be like hand-thrown grenades where only lethals are limited and smoke isn't?

I'm by no means an expert, but I would personally think the Velum is HIGHLY UNSAFE - even "cold burning" smoke grenades often start fires if they land in a pile of dry leaves or something. The fires are usually seen by the players and stomped out quickly. But with the Velum, which is supposedly able to travel well over 100 feet, you will not be able to see how dry things are where it lands, and by the time someone sees a fire it's probably too big to put out

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Will Velum (the new TAGinn grenade-launcher-fired smoke round) be allowed? If so, will it count towards the 12-round limit for HWS players, or will it be like hand-thrown grenades where only lethals are limited and smoke isn't?

I'm by no means an expert, but I would personally think the Velum is HIGHLY UNSAFE - even "cold burning" smoke grenades often start fires if they land in a pile of dry leaves or something. The fires are usually seen by the players and stomped out quickly. But with the Velum, which is supposedly able to travel well over 100 feet, you will not be able to see how dry things are where it lands, and by the time someone sees a fire it's probably too big to put out

 

No, we do not allow weapons fired smoke because of safety and fire concerns. 


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