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Eeek Close call

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Yet another argument for the theory it's better to be lucky than good. :)

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...very close. Explosion looks good!

 

Should those tracers be 'streaked' until they meet the center of the gunsight? To show velocity?

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Erich Hartmann would probably call you a sniper shot and tell you to get a little closer.  :lol:  Great video! Thanks for sharing, Emil.  :salute: MJ

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S!

 

 A close call is not counted ;) Was funny to see how the landing gear tires flew off symmetrically  :P

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Wow! That says something about the DM though.. Something good IMO.

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Wow! That says something about the DM though.. Something good IMO.

 

I was surprised to see the 109 fly through all that unscathed 

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Yeh same here. I was going to go over the top but for some reason at the last second pushed the nose down for a last squirt and to duck underneath. When everything exploded in front of me I thought I was dead and my foot was right down on the rudder like I was bracing myself, it was only a second or two afterwards that I realised the plane was unscathed.

 

I tried to show in the 2nd half of the video how the 109 misses all the different bits that came off even the wheels, I scrolled around and there was no conflict (hit boxes) at all the tail and elevator were inches away from some of the parts.

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 A close call is not counted ;) Was funny to see how the landing gear tires flew off symmetrically  :P

 

The lug nuts were loose.

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That was sharp. I liked the way the fuel in the separated wing tank burned out. I have had similar close calls...but mine all have ended with me adding to the fire in bits and pieces... :huh:

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