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  1. I think German rounds are more effective in deflection shooting than from shooting from dead 6 o'clock. The Russian rounds are super deadly from dead six o'clock as they have more penetrating rounds that go deeply through the plane. Sometimes when the Russian plane hits in deflection the wing it just go through, while the German round makes more structural damage. From tactical point for a German is better to get a deflection shot at minimum 30 degree angle off than to park at the dead six where the ennemy plane will eat half of the ammo before going down.
  2. There are some players who can do it for sure, and I know some of them. However there is a lot of luck involved. Yak and Spit are excellent planes. The Yak is more forgiving than 109 in close quarter combat. There are much less experienced 109 pilots in close quarter combat than yak, to the point is not even fun. 109 train more energy than close quarter.
  3. When you fly on full real you do not have the opportunity to see all the time who is coming on your six, especially when you are engaged in scissors. If you keep the turn againsts a 109E you are as good as dead. 109 is excellent in slow turning especially against Lag, you need to fly both sides to have a proper perspective. The 109 was expecting something like that that is why he deployed the flaps. Basically when somebody is behind you and hitting you can bet he is already inside your turning room.
  4. Looks like you do not have a lot of experience. Those pilots in the video were very good and there are a lot of tactical lessons to be learned. For example how the FW 190 did the right thing after messing up, overshooting and spinning. An example how to jink etc. An example of rolling scissors and how to counter people who deploy prematurely the flaps etc.
  5. Paths of hate on the Eastern front, a little bit more optimistic perspective.
  6. I enjoyed very much the video. The first par was a classic fight the second was pure madness. Here is our version of mortal combat.
  7. I am wondering what changes are made to the FM, in the 109 k4 there is a heavy buffeting sound (super annoying) effect where it did not exist before. The plane feels heavier too.
  8. It was a multi-threat environment. This guy was attacked by multiple opponents in the same time, he had an awesome situational awareness and piloting skills. In those cases it is a better idea to position for one good attack, instead of doing many poor attacks as the situation can change very fast, you are very vulnerable during those reposition sequences because the new wild cards tend to attack those who reposition and are slow at the top of the reposition sequence, even worse they are target fixated (and also are the most visible contacts). It is not easy to give advice to advanced pi
  9. In the p51 it is very hard to find the right balance between wing chainsaw and pew pew peanuts. The only sure thing is the big amount of ammo. My recent personnal experience is rather mixed. On one side I was able to make pilot kills at 500 m, on the other side being unable to kill rapidly and decisevely a plane being right on his tail in convergence range. So my advice for the moment is to try to aim at the fuselage: pilot and engine, not on the wings. You can open fire at bigger range and shoot longer trying to squeeze a lucky hit. I have read historical evidence about p51 being p
  10. Formation flight through the years, il2 46 through il Great battles. More than 10 years of flying.
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