|The right wing pylons showing the Magic II (left) and the Super 530D (right) missiles.|
After multiple mano-a-manos against a Mig-29A I could only manage to hit the bandit a couple of times with a radar-guided Super 530D at a very short range (6 nm or so).
|A Super 530D on its way to nowhere. All aboard the ballistic train!|
|A thing to notice is that the radar of the M-2000C loses lock very easily, which contributes to the misgivings of the Super 530D in-game apparent lack of self guidance.|
|The Magic heat-seeking missiles will lock onto an aircraft, occasionally. In this screenshot, the heat from a bandit was enough to blur the HUD ( :P ) but not for locking a Magic on it.|
|The only thing that saves the M-2000C from a simulated Mig-29A (and for uninstallation too) is its incredibly good looks and tight turns. In this screenshot, I dodge an enemy missile without even breaking a sweat.|
|Kill! Wait, actually that Mig-29A's engine quitted and the pilot ejected.|
|So, I've taken my frustration onto the DCS World and decided to remodel it with my air to air missiles.|
|There is a lot of ground targets to shoot at with my air to air missiles. Enough buildings to keep me busy until the missiles are fixed, I guess.|
|That white smoke trail is from a pair or Magic air to air missiles.|
That's my story and I'm sticking to it.