Achtung, Spitfeuer!

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  1. GermansRGeniuses

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    I want a Spitfire data chart!

    What I mean is a list like this, including main models and interesting offshoots - no PR models, though, I don't give a hang about those...

    Spitfire Mk.Vb, 1941-Earliest model, armed with 4x .303 and 2x 20mm; suited to altitudes around and above 25,000ft

    Spitfire Mk.Vb 1941 (CW)-Same as above, but with clipped wing tips to give better low altitude performance



    Anyone?


    All I want is a simple list distinguishing them in factors like armament, recommended altitude, and performance...
     
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    i have it in a book but i can't be assed to get it now, i'll do it at the weekend..........
     
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