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Wait...so how does CCRP work now? Is the manual updated with this?

--Maulkin

 

 

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But is CCRP updated?

--Maulkin

 

 

Windows 10 64-bit - AMD Ryzen 9 5900X @ 3.7 GHz - 32 GB DDR4 3600MHz RAM - EVGA FTW3 RTX 3080 - Asus Crosshair VIII Hero motherboard - Samsung EVO Pro 1 TB SSD - TrackIR 4 Pro - Thrustmaster Warthog - Saitek rudder pedals - Lilliput UM-80/C with TM Cougars

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What I mean is the CCRP procedure updated in the user manual? ie. The procedure shows there is no targetting cross.

--Maulkin

 

 

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I've just had the same problem and it was a key change.

 

To lock targets with CCRP you now have to use the "magic II something/ A2G designate" key, and not the original "lock" (Enter) key.

 

I'd not been in the M2k for a few months and took me ages to work it out.

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CCRP bombs consistently fall slightly short in the latest release, they are still working on that. You may want to designate just behind the target for now.

 

I can't see how you may have trouble launching within parameters, though (I never have - maybe you are way too low). My advice: start around 12 000 ft, roll-in at around 4 miles from the target. Dive, designate, pull-up (2 to 3 Gs), your bombs should be released somewhere around 5 000 ft to 7 000 ft and probably at around -5° to -10° nose down.

 

Train with a waypoint on target to get a feeling for the sight picture you must have.

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