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Old 05-13-2014, 02:34 AM   #1
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I am probably asking a question that has been answered but could not find any info on it. I know the UH-1 is finished but do the devs plan on providing the option for a XM-5 40mm grenade launcher? I noticed while flying earlier the selector switch on the armament panel shows the 40mm selector switch but I have not seen anything about adding the weapon. Also, just to throw it out there, I love the old school twin .30 cal machine guns in the photo below. Just a suggestion. If not, no worries. Its an amazing aircraft already.

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We have a H version. The B version had the 40mm.
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You could be right. I think the difference is in the armament panel and a few other small things. It would be nice to see a few different versions since the base H model has been made. I came across this guys website earlier. He might be able to help the devs out with the Cobra and any other Vietnam era aircraft there may be in the future.

http://incolor.inetnebr.com/iceman/index.htm

http://incolor.inetnebr.com/iceman/uh1.htm

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