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 ====7.92x57,​ B. - Beobachtung==== ====7.92x57,​ B. - Beobachtung====
  
-This bullet ​has explosive and incendiary properties; designed to show a "​flash"​ of fire when it hits a solid object. ​ Projectile has a black tip and the case head has a black sealant around the primer pocket.+This observer round has explosive and incendiary properties; designed to show a "​flash"​ of fire when it hits a solid object. ​ Projectile has a black tip and the case head has a black sealant around the primer pocket.
  
-=====20x80RB MG FF/M Detailed Explanations=====+=====7.92mm vs. 20mm Size Comparison=====
  
-^  Ammo Type  ^  Description ​ ^ +{{:​comp8mm20mm.jpg|}}
-| 20x80RB, Panzerbrandgranate ​ | Armor piercing explosive. ​  | +
-| 20x80RB, Panzerbrandgranate (Phosphor) ​ | Armor piercing explosive incendiary. ​  | +
-| 20x80RB, Panzerbrandgranate (Elektron) ​ | Armor piercing explosive incendiary. ​  | +
-| 20x80RB, Brandsprenggranate ​ | Explosive incendiary. ​  | +
-| 20x80RB, Brandgranate ​ | Incendiary. ​  | +
-| 20x80RB, M-Geschoss (Available in Bf-109E-4 variants only)  | Thin-walled high-explosive  ​|+
  
-=====Size Comparison=====+=====20x80RB MG FF Ammunition Types=====
  
-{{:comp8mm20mm.jpg|}}+^ Abbreviation ^ Name ^ Description ^ 
 +| Sprgr. L'spur m.Zerl | Sprenggranate | (AP/HE) tracer with self-destruction | 
 +| Pzgr. L'spur o.Zerl | Panzergranate | (AP) tracer | 
 +| Pzgr. o.Zerl | Panzergranate | (AP) | 
 + 
 +Shell weight134g 
 + 
 +=====20x80RB MG FF/M Ammunition Types===== 
 + 
 +^  Abbreviation ​ ^  Name  ^ Description ^ 
 +| Pzgro.Zerl | Panzergranate | (AP) | 
 +| Pzbrgr. (Ph) o.Zerl | Panzerbrandgranate (Phosphor) | (AP/I) | 
 +| Pzsprgr. L'spur m.Zerl | Panzersprenggranate | (AP/HE) tracer with self-destruction | 
 +| Brsprgr. L'spur m.Zerl | Brandsprenggranate | (HE/I) tracer with self-destruction | 
 +| Brgr. L'spur o.Zerl| Brandgranate | (I) tracer | 
 +| M-Gesch. m.Zerl | Minengeschoss | Thin-walled (HE) with self-destruction ​|
  
 +Shell weight: 115g (M-Gesch. 92g)
  
 =====Ammo Types and their uses===== =====Ammo Types and their uses=====
  
-===You can basically separate all the above listed ammunition types into five categories.===  ​+===You can basically separate all the above listed ammunition types into six categories.===  ​
  
 +**(AP) - Armor Piercing** - Standard round for the Luftwaffe, less common for RAF and CAI.  Armor piercing rounds will do exactly what you think they’d do; pierce armor. ​ AP rounds will have significantly higher penetrating power than a lead core round will, but is almost useless against non-critical parts of an airplane since it will just put a clean hole through something soft and pass right through; unless of course the pilot is in the path of the bullet.
  
-**Armor Piercing** - Standard round for the Luftwaffeless common for RAF and CAI.  ​Armor piercing ​rounds ​will do exactly what you think they’d dopierce ​armor.  AP rounds ​will have significantly higher penetrating power than a lead core round will, but is almost useless against non-critical parts of an airplane since it will just put a clean hole through something soft and pass right through; unless of course ​the pilot is in the path of the bullet.+**(I) - Incendiary Rounds** - These rounds are designed to start firesspecifically in fuel systems.  ​If the fuel system is protected by armor these rounds ​on their own are unable to penetrate the armor protectionused in conjunction with armor piercing ​rounds ​they can set the fuel on fire after the armor piercing round punctures ​the tank.
  
-**Incendiary Rounds** - These rounds are designed to start fires, specifically in fuel systems. ​ If the fuel system is protected by armor these rounds on their own are unable to penetrate the armor protection; used in conjunction with armor piercing rounds they can set the fuel on fire after the armor piercing round punctures the tank.+**(HE) - High Explosive** - Contains an explosive charge that detonates ​on/​shortly ​after impact
  
 **Tracer Rounds** - These rounds are intended to help the pilot with aim, they have about the same penetrating power as a ball round unless they have an armor piercing property to them. **Tracer Rounds** - These rounds are intended to help the pilot with aim, they have about the same penetrating power as a ball round unless they have an armor piercing property to them.
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