Hello ... good afternoon, I was checking something on the world war and making some comparisons in the game, and a lot of people is leaving the Americans to go to other countries, of course that's part of the game, and I wanted to help to let players with more doubt in which parents play, and after several studies found that the second querra world Americans you were also the "M1941", even though she was not very used was to replace the "Browning_M1917" and on planes the most used was "F6F HellCat" on the Grumman F6F Hellcat The was a fighter embarked on aircraft carriers manufactured in the USA, used in World War II and was designed to replace the F4F Wildcat in United States Navy. specifications (Type / Mission embarked Hunting with piston engine, single-engine monoplane United States Country of Origin Manufacturer Grumman Production period 1942-1945 Quantity produced 12275 unit (s) Unit cost US $ 35,000 (1945) First flight on June 26, 1942 (73 years) Introduced in 1943 Retired in 1960 (Navy Uruguay) Crew 1 Specifications (Model: F6F-5 Hellcat) Dimensions Length 10.34 m (33.9 ft) Reaching 13.06 m (42.8 ft) Height 3.99 m (13.1 ft) Wing area 31 m² (334 ft²) Weight (s) Empty weight 4190 kg (9240 lb) Loaded weight 5714 kg (12,600 lb) Take-off weight 6990 kg (15,400 lb) Propulsion Engine (s) 1 x radial piston motor Pratt & Whitney R-2800-10W "Double Wasp" two-speed supercharger stages Power (per engine) 2200 hp (1640 kW) Performance Top speed 621 km / h (335 kn) Military reach 1520 km (944 mi) Range (MTOW) 2460 km (1530 mi) Maximum ceiling 11,370 m (37,300 ft) Rate of climb 17.8 m / s Weapons Machine guns / cannons 6 x M2 Browning .50 machine guns of 12.7 mm (0.500 in) or 2 x 20 mm cannons (0.787 in) and 4 x M2 guns Browning .50 12.7 mm (0.500 in) Rocketry HVAR 6 x 127 mm (5.00 in) or 2 x Tiny Tim of 298 mm (11.7 in) Pumps Up to 1814 kg (4000 lb) of bombs being: Torpedoes or bombs (in the central rack) 1 x 907 kg pump (2, 000 lb) or Torpedo 1 x Mk. 13-3 Pumps (under the wings) 2 x 450 kg (992 lb) or 4 x 227 kg (500 lb) or 8 x 110 kg (243 lbs) ). The M1941 Johnson machine gun was a weapon that was developed along with the rifle Johnson M1941 and employed the same mechanism of activation method (pipe setback). It was designed to shoot with a closed bolt, for better accuracy; when fired in automatic mode the latch remained open between shots to prevent overheating of the camera. The charger was fixed, horizontal and on the left side comprising only 20 cartridges (the same defect BAR) and was powered by the left side of the receiver.
Its production ended prematurely in 1944, its strange design had many good features, though never was a genuine light machine gun in the generally accepted sense of the term. It was too light and its power lacked sufficient mechanism for continuous action on bad terms. Perhaps with more time and research, Johnson machine gun had been shown to be an excellent weapon, so adopted by every American army, but it did not and the fire support continued to be provided by the veteran of World War I, the Browning M1917 A1.
specifications as (light machine gun Type United States Hometown Operating history US users World War II wars Production history Captain Melvin Johnson creator Creation date 1941 Period of production 1941-1944 Specifications .30 Caliber
- Hello! Thanks for all this fantastic information! Could you tell me exactly what game you're referring to? BriannaMCR (talk) 17:16, 18 September 2015 (UTC)
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