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SpiritFoxMY #81 Posted 04 February 2018 - 03:12 PM

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I had my first flyout in the Ta 152 today. That thing is a barrelful of yoks. I can see it being a pain to fly in most circumstances but when you're allowed to just cruise around and snipe out targets at maximum range, its hilarious.

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Furysghost #82 Posted 14 February 2018 - 11:42 PM

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View Postpyantoryng, on 21 December 2017 - 09:44 AM, said:

 

 

You really need that rocket skill to effectively use aerial rocket...it adds a proximity fuze to the rockets making them much easier to hit with. Ordnance sight opinion differs, but I use them on mine, gives tight enough grouping exclusively for head-on, erases anything with less than 1000HP. Demo. Expert is an option to consider for pilots exclusive to this line to slightly soup up the R4M's blast...

 

While the whole point of the Batplane family is being nimble R4M delivery platforms, you don't need to actively use them, just save them for anyone foolish enough to try head-on with you and rely on revolver cannons (which is plenty powerful) for offense.

 

BTW, how do Ju 88A use its bomblets? Five per click?

 

l find the JU 88A the hardest one of the German bombers to do well in seem to do fine in the other two...




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