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I did a little testing with the GB-6, and found that, if I'm climbing at 35 degrees and 500 knots, if I release the bomb at 8,000 ft AGL, I can loft it to about 13,000 ft and get a range of about 24 miles. I started a spreadsheet to track other tests, but damn...it's hard to control all of those factors to test all practical possibilities, so I thought I'd toss (no pun intended) it out here. What lofting parameters have you all found for your GB-6s?

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@Shrike88, it was the offset popup method that I learned from you that inspired me to try. 🙂 It was frustrating getting fired at by SAMs while trying to get my GB-6s into launch parameters, so I just applied what you showed me for dumb bombs. I figure I can be up and back down before they can lock me, especially if I'm using the jammer pod. Even if they squeeze one off, the odds of maneuvering it into the ground are high.

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