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FS2000/FS2002 Caproni CA133

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FS2000/FS2002 Caproni CA133. Motorised with three engines, but more powerful than the previous Ca.101'ones, it had a mixed construction, with a skeleton of steel tubes for the fuselage and a high wing, roughly elliptical, made structurally in wood and steel, while plywood and fabric were used as skin (fabric was used especially for fuselage). All this gave to this aircraft simplicity and economical maintenance, but also quite modest performances. The weaponry was meant as four machine-guns, one dorsal, one ventral, two laterals, all of Vickers model, another reminiscence of the technology developed in WWI. The bomb bay was able to hold around 800-1000 kg load, and there was the possibility to hold under the fuselage the bigger ordnances, as 500 kg bombs or their versions with chemical charges. The engines were in the nose and under the wings, sustained with strong steel tubes, with elliptical section. The undercarriage was totally fixed. By Richard Alexander van Hien.

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