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[CHK] Type-200A are not dropped above a thousand feet.


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I looked at some examples of YouTube videos on how to drop these bombs. And no matter how I try, in AUTO mode in level flight, they drop only below 1000 feet, while they probably do not have enough time for the booster to fire and they fall and explode exclusively on parachutes, even though I set fuse to NSTL mode. I am attaching a track with my training mission.

Initially, I set the braking altitude to 1000 feet and tried to cover the runway from high altitudes, but I don't get an audible alert for bomb release and the dotted line over the aircraft vector on the HUD is always solid at high altitudes.At the very end, I set the braking height to 200 feet and dropped the bombs from less than 1000 feet, but their boosters didn't work.

Simulator version - current "beta"

P.s: I'm sorry, English is not my native language, I used google translator.

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Another track, default deceleration height of 500 feet, first attempted to drop from above 1000 feet without success, then dropped below 1000 feet but the boosters didn't work..

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  • Grem changed the title to Type-200A are not dropped above a thousand feet.

No, it doesn't work. No matter what braking altitude is set, resetting is only possible if the altitude to the target is below 1000 feet. And it doesn’t matter how you indicate the target, through an HUD or a hanging container. If you set the braking altitude to 1000 feet, then reset is not possible at all at any altitude. The CCIP mode also does not work, the reset line goes into the sky.

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I can drop other bombs in all modes without problems, but the Type-200A in particular does not work properly in any mode.

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vor 3 Stunden schrieb Grem:

I can drop other bombs in all modes without problems, but the Type-200A in particular does not work properly in any mode.


 

I can very strongly second this. 
 

We‘ve tried it in a squadron ops a while ago. Literally none of us could get that thing to drop in CCRP. 
In CCIP it works - sometimes. 
 

so either there is a launch parameter unknown or it is bugged. 

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No change after today's update... 😞

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  • uboats changed the title to [CHK] Type-200A are not dropped above a thousand feet.

I remember using them around 3,000 feet AGL, with no problems.
Now shooting it at 1,000 feet AGL it drop but does not activate their rockets.
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