I have uploaded 7 more P51 tracks to our website, the Pegasus (P51) squadron. www.50calibersixguns.com. Just click on the download section and on the right side you will find the new tracks added today!
If u havent seen the other ones on the left side take a look at them too!
These tracks are all recorded on Warclouds WF on Hyperlobby! Its the best server out the I think. Its also the most demanding server with almost no novice pilots around. Try the server out!!
On average 3-4 kills / sortie is possible with the P51 with these tactics.
Also a big THANK YOU to the 352nd fighter group http://www.352ndfg.com for letting me use their extremly fast server for my files!! Really appreciate it!!
Haven't flown in ages, but took up the '51 online a few nights ago and had a blast. Against Japanese planes, you can pretty much do what you want.
sure you just have to make sure that u get at least between 5-10% hits! Against fw190s u most often need around 40-60 hits before they go down, so one has to be very very accurate in the P51 when shooting.
Originally posted by GH_Klingstroem:
Against fw190s u most often need around 40-60 hits before they go down, so one has to be very very accurate in the P51 when shooting.
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well any P51 flyer knows that there is truth in that statement Brain. 109s will go down with usually one pass of 10-20 hits sometimes even less. Heck I have brought down 190s and 109s with ONE hit at a lucky spot but its not very common. 190s tho usually need 3-4 passes unless he dosnt know u are there and u can sneak up on his close 6. look at the tracks and ull see my point!
The outer right wing is the Achilles Heel of the 190; a couple of good hits from a 50 cal will make the aircraft unmanageable; if not dead it is at least out of the fight.
The problem is in hitting the wing, LOL.
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