Rate of fire through props

Rate of fire for planes that shot through propellers is not constant with propeller speed. Just another gaijin inaccuracy XD

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Did you measure that?

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Reason No.1 pusher planes/jets are better, lol, idk even know, I don’t pay that close attention, I just shoot stuff down.

Just listened when i turned my engine off πŸ˜† 🀣 πŸ˜‚

Sweden rulz πŸ˜† 🀣 πŸ˜‚

Soo…you reduced the rpm to 0 and the fire rate didn’t go down to 0 rounds per second, too?


I was joking, i fire my guns and reduce throttle and listen to the rate of fire

Sorry but cannons mounted INSIDE of propeller shaft are among everything…

They would not be restricted by propeller timing, unless engine driven in someway

That too, or outer wing, like the P-51

Not many planes would have cannonon wings due to recoil if any at all

I mean, the P-51 had the engine high and wings low, so the 6 M2 browning could fire while not being in the way of the prop. Like around 1/4 of the way down the wing is furthest I’ve seen.

I know

Outer wing is lame. No engineering required, just strap rifle on the wing and add string as pulley on trigger, yawn. /s

P51 has one of the widiest placement of rifles on a plane