Bf 109 G-2 (Sweden)
|This page is about the fighter Bf 109 G-2 (Sweden). For other variants, see Bf 109 (Family).|
The ▄Bf 109 G-2 is a rank IV Swedish fighter with a battle rating of 5.3 (AB) and 4.3 (RB/SB). It was introduced in Update "Fire and Ice".
Describe how the aircraft behaves in the air. Speed, manoeuvrability, acceleration and allowable loads - these are the most important characteristics of the vehicle.
|Characteristics|| Max speed
(km/h at 6,500 m)
| Max altitude
| Turn time
| Rate of climb
| Take-off run|
|Combat flaps||Take-off flaps||Landing flaps||Air brakes||Arrestor gear|
|Wings (km/h)||Gear (km/h)||Flaps (km/h)||Max Static G|
|Optimal velocities (km/h)|
|< 450||< 390||< 450||> 450|
Survivability and armour
- 60 mm Bulletproof glass in front of the pilot.
- 4-8 mm Steel plates on pilot seat.
- 10 mm Steel plates around the pilot's head.
- 21 mm Steel plate on the rear of the fuel tank, with 4 mm plates surrounding it on other sides.
Modifications and economy
The Bf 109 G-2 (Sweden) is armed with:
- 1 x 20 mm MG 151 cannon, nose-mounted (200 rpg)
- 2 x 7.92 mm MG 17 machine guns, nose-mounted (500 rpg = 1,000 total)
The Bf 109 G-2 (Sweden) can be outfitted with the following ordnance:
- Without load
- 4 x 50 kg SC50JA bombs (200 kg total)
- 1 x 250 kg SC250JA bomb (250 kg total)
- 1 x Flam C 250 incendiary bomb
- 2 x 20 mm MG 151 cannons (135 rpg = 270 total)
Usage in battles
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Pros and cons
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- Great climb rate compared to foes like P-47D, P-51D
- Fast acceleration thanks to small airframe
- Decently manoeuvrable, can dogfight clumsier planes like the P-47
- 20mm HE shells are destructive against similar planes (e.g. Spitfire, P-51, A6M5)
- Nose-mounted guns are beginner-friendly to aim especially in simulator
- Able to carry bombs, effectively acting as a multi-role aircraft
- Can carry 2 x 20 mm gunpods for bomber-hunting
- Inadequate turning ability at all speeds compared to agile opponents (e.g. A6M, Yak-3, Spitfire)
- Poor high speed performance, disadvantaged against high-speed fighters like P-47, P-38
- 20 mm cannon has rather limited ammo, trigger discipline is required
- Overall fragile structure and light armour, cannot take any hits
- Engine overheats easily when constantly engaging WEP
- Cockpit visibility is heavily obstructed by nose, razorback and framing
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|Bavarian Aircraft Corporation ()|
|Bf 109||Flegel's Bf 109 A · Bf 109 B-1 · Bf 109 E-1 · Bf 109 E-3 · Bf 109 E-4 · Bf 109 E-7/U2|
|Bf 109 F-1 · Bf 109 F-2 · Bf 109 F-4 · Bf 109 F-4/trop · Bf 109 G-2/trop · Bf 109 G-6 · Bf 109 K-4 · Bf 109 G-10 · Bf 109 G-14 · Bf 109 Z-1|
|Bf 110||Bf 110 C-6 · Bf 110 C-7 · Bf 110 F-2 · Bf 110 G-2 · Bf 110 G-4|
|Me 410||Me 410 A-1 · Me 410 A-1/U2 · Me 410 A-1/U4 · Me 410 B-1 · Me 410 B-1/U2 · Me 410 B-2/U4 · Me 410 B-6/R3|
|Jet Fighters||Me 163 B · Me 163 B-0 · Me 262 A-1a · Me 262 A-1a/Jabo · Me 262 A-1a/U1 · Me 262 A-1/U4 · Me 262 A-2a · Me 262 C-1a · Me 262 C-2b|
|Export||▅Bf 109 E-7 · ▄Bf 109 G-14/AS · ◐Bf 109 F-4 · ◐Bf 109 G-2 · Bf 109 G-2 · ▄Bf 109 G-2 · ▄Bf 109 G-6 · ▄Bf 109 G-6 Erla · ◐Bf 110 G-4|
|Captured||▃Bf 109 F-4|
|* BFW was later renamed Messerschmitt Aktiengesellschaft (AG) on 11 July 1938. All aircraft currently in production at this time retained the designation Bf while those developed after this date had the designation Me.|
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|VL||Mörkö-Morane · VL Myrsky II · VL Pyörremyrsky|
|(NL) Fokker||▄Fokker D.XXI-3 · ▄Fokker D.XXI|
|(DE) Messerschmitt||▄Bf 109 G-2 · ▄Bf 109 G-6 Erla · ▄Bf 109 G-6|
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|Foreign Import||J8A · Iacobi's J8A · J11 · J20 · J26 David · J26|