|This page is about the aircraft F4U-7. For other uses, see F4U (Disambiguation)|
The F4U-7 Corsair is a Rank IV French naval fighter with a battle rating of 6.0 (AB/RB/SB). It was introduced in Update 1.79 "Project X".
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Survivability and armour
- 38 mm Bulletproof glass in cockpit front.
- 3 mm Steel plates in front of cockpit, top of fuselage.
- 8 mm Steel plate behind the pilot
- 12.7 mm Steel plate on headrest.
The F4U-7 is armed with:
- 4 x 20 mm AN/M3 cannons (246 rpg = 984 total)
The four cannons are arranged in bundles of two mounted in each wing. Each is armed with the same amount of ammunition, which means that all guns will fire with each other until empty.
The F4U-7 can be loaded with suspended armament on external pylons:
- Without load
- 10 x 100 kg №.1 bombs (1,000 kg = total)
- 10 x 250 lb AN-M57 bombs (1,250 kg = total)
- 4 x 500 lb AN-M64A1 bombs (1,000 kg = total)
- 3 x 1,000 lb AN-M65A1 bombs (1,500 kg = total)
- 10 x HVAR rockets
- 10 x T10 140 rockets
- 10 x T10 151 rockets
- 114 x SNEB type 23 rockets
Usage in battles
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Manual Engine Control
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|Controllable||Not controllable||Combined||Controllable||Not controllable|
Pros and cons
- AN/M3 20mm cannons have a lot of ammunition (246 rounds per gun, 984 rounds in total)
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|Dewoitine||D.371 · D.371 H.S.9 · D.373 · D.500 · D.501 · Pallier's D.510 · D.520|
|Morane-Saulnier||M.S.405C1 · M.S.406C1 · M.S.410|
|Twin-engine||Potez 630 · Potez 631 · S.O.8000 Narval|
|American||H-75A-1 · H-75A-4 · ▄F6F-5 Hellcat · ▄F6F-5N · ▄P-63C-5 Kingcobra · F4U-7 Corsair · ▄F8F-1B Bearcat|
|Other countries||▄Yak-3 · Challe's ▄Yak-9T · NC.900|