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|This page is about the aircraft F6F-5N (France). For other uses, see F6F (Disambiguation)|
The ▄F6F-5N is a Rank III French naval fighter with a battle rating of with a battle rating of 5.0 (AB), 4.3 (RB), and 4.7 (SB). It was introduced in Update 1.73 "Vive la France".
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Survivability and armour
- 38 mm Bulletproof glass in front of pilot.
- 6.35 mm Steel plates behind pilot.
- 3 mm Steel plates on fuselage top in front of cockpit.
- 3 mm Steel plate on top front of oil cooling system.
- 3 mm Steel plates on bottom of engine.
The F6F-5N (France) is armed with:
- 2 x 20 mm AN/M2 cannon, wing-mounted (231 rpg = 462 total)
- 4 x 12.7 mm M2 Browning machine gun, wing-mounted (400 rpg = 1,600 total)
The four machine guns and both cannons are arranged in bundles of two machine guns and one cannon mounted in each wing. Each cannon is armed with the same amount of ammo and the machine guns are each armed with the same amount of machine gun ammo, which means that all guns of each type will will fire with each other until empty (however if fired in unison, the cannons will run out of ammo before the machine guns will).
The F6F-5N (France) can have external pylons loaded with:
- Without load
- 6 x HVAR rockets
- 2 x Tiny Tim rockets
- 2 x 1000 lb AN-M65A1 bombs
- 6 x HVAR rockets + 2 x 1000 lb AN-M65A1 bombs
- 1 x 2216 lb Mk.13/44 torpedo
Usage in battles
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Manual Engine Control
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Pros and cons
- Has cannons
- Great payload options with rockets and bombs like the normal F6F-5
- Slower than F6F-5
- Heavy aircraft plus ordinance poses challenges in climbing
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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|
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