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#136 - I don't think it's a thing. Otherwise that guy would be useles…  [+] (1 reply) 02/02/2016 on Leeeeroooyyyyyy 0
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#156 - maniacaltomcat (02/02/2016) [-]
Oh yea i see what you are saying just some really golden timing
#11 - Most jets suffer at lower speeds, I've shot down jets by out t…  [+] (1 reply) 11/12/2015 on Wah Thundah +5
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#18 - iamthetoaster (11/12/2015) [-]
>>#10, >>#11, The thing is, prop planes very rarely face jets because of the way matchmaking works. Only very latewar/postwar prop aircraft, like the american bearcat, some of the late war BF-109s like the K4, or the TA152, or the Tempest Mk II and spitfire griffon for the british (just to name some, there are more) face jets. Usually jet matches are almost completley jets. and to be honest, some of those High tiered prop planes actually have a pretty good chance at taking out jets if the pilot knows what they're doing.
#7 - Well, early jets like the ME-262 and Gloster Meteor tend to be…  [+] (7 replies) 11/12/2015 on Wah Thundah +10
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#10 - dinonator (11/12/2015) [-]
i dont see how a shitty single rotor airplane can take on a jet. but i guess thats why im dumb
#67 - anon (11/13/2015) [-]
Get them to turnfight, or catch them in a dive because early jets can't accelerate to save their lives.
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#47 - jarredzz (11/13/2015) [-]
get gud
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#21 - potatorgue (11/12/2015) [-]
Jets tend to have a much worse turning radius, especially at low speeds. If you turn in on a jet that's diving on you chances are he won't get you. Even then, the prop planes that face jets normally only face low end jets, and are extremely high end prop planes themselves
#68 - anon (11/13/2015) [-]
Unless it's an Ho-229, which can out-turn a Spitfire once, then it's easy prey because it bleeds so much energy in turns
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#11 - litlekalsoy (11/12/2015) [-]
Most jets suffer at lower speeds, I've shot down jets by out turning them. Also if a jet is low altitude then it's possible for a piston fighter to dive on at the jet and "zoom" away. There's other strats like waiting until they need to land or getting them while they take off, which was a real tactic used in WWII.
It's a fun game though, you don't need to worry about jets until at least tier 4.
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#18 - iamthetoaster (11/12/2015) [-]
>>#10, >>#11, The thing is, prop planes very rarely face jets because of the way matchmaking works. Only very latewar/postwar prop aircraft, like the american bearcat, some of the late war BF-109s like the K4, or the TA152, or the Tempest Mk II and spitfire griffon for the british (just to name some, there are more) face jets. Usually jet matches are almost completley jets. and to be honest, some of those High tiered prop planes actually have a pretty good chance at taking out jets if the pilot knows what they're doing.

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