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    german aircraft weapons what were the best and allied comparisions.
    air to air, air to ground, specs and stats please
     
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    7.9mm, 13mm, 15mm, 20mm, 30mm and all there variants
    bombs, submunitins, napalm and rockets.
    what was effective, what were sub-types and how to they compair?
     
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    i heard th 7.9mm was ineffective. the 13mm was ok but not fast or hard hitting enuff. the 20mm 131 was excellent. the 30mm had the damage but not the range. their napalm was ineffective, submunitions wrere good, bombs were good, but air to ground rockets were poor
     
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    Why in every thread that you start, you break your posts down into 3 different postings. This is just spam please put them all in one from now on.
     
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    my mistake, wont happen again
     
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    I always felt the 15mm x 96 for the MG 151 was overlooked as a superb round/weapon
     
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    Just out of curiosity, whey did he do that? Inadvertently hit submit....three times? Or an early upping of his posts?

    Either way, I forgive him.
     
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    See THIS for data and comparative analyses of all WW2 fighter guns, and THIS for the airborne anti-tank guns.

    Tony Williams: Military gun and ammunition website and discussion forum
     
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    great link, cheers
     
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