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    Is it possible to drop all dumb bombs with one press. i.e. all at the same time with no ripple spread?
    if so how, please.


    #2
    Originally posted by colubridae View Post
    Is it possible to drop all dumb bombs with one press. i.e. all at the same time with no ripple spread?
    if so how, please.

    Closest you can get would be to selective jettison with armed fuses - it will still release them with slight separation.


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      #3
      Doing this doesn’t make sense, they would interact with each other on ejection .. hence why the delay between release of each munition. What are you trying to achieve here?

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        #4
        my F18 turned into metallic confetti attempting this. beware. although i am sure it was spectacular from the vantage point of the target.
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          #5
          Originally posted by silverdevil View Post
          my F18 turned into metallic confetti attempting this. beware. although i am sure it was spectacular from the vantage point of the target.
          I've been there as well.

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            #6
            I'm not sure why you would want to do that as the bombs have a chance of colliding on the flight path and considering the target size, you would reduce your chance to hit something, you need minimum separation/interval to ensure that you "bracket" your target. And add to that, 4xmk82 don't equal 1xmk84
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              #7
              Originally posted by GavD View Post
              Doing this doesn’t make sense, they would interact with each other on ejection .. hence why the delay between release of each munition. What are you trying to achieve here?
              I actually had this happening to me in the F18... two bombs released bumped into eachother and exploded midair. It's a shame I didn't save the track.

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