Re: [SGII] Fire of AT Missiles at disperesed tagets
From: Oerjan Ohlson <oerjan.ohlson@t...>
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2005 20:17:56 +0100
Subject: Re: [SGII] Fire of AT Missiles at disperesed tagets
Ryan Gill wrote:
>>If OTOH it was some kind of dual-purpose GMS/P which could be set to
>>detonate at a given range, eg. a meter or two over the heads of the
>>in-cover targets, then your ratings would make sense.
>Milan's seemed to be a great way to take care of Argie .50 cal Crew
>weapons on Wireless Ridge...
According to the Falkland War histories I've read, those .50 cal crew
served weapons were dug in. Firing pits are one of the types of "similar
very restricted spaces" I mentioned in the part of my previous post
you snipped when you wrote your reply:
>>If it was an anti-vehicle GMS/P only, it'd be OK if the hard cover in
>>question was a bunker or some similar very restricted space.
>Certainly not against a whole squad. What about making it an area
>blast like a single mortar round impact?
Other than directly ahead of the ATGM, even a small mortar round has a
considerably greater lethal effect.
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