Bristol Bulldog Fighter II tier 1
Pilot

Served in the British Royal Air Force in 1929–1937. A total of 443 aircraft were built.

Effective in mid-altitude combat
Excellent horizontal maneuverability
  • 1,450
    Price
  • 135
    Research price

Configuration Bristol Bulldog

Engine
I
0
Engine Jupiter VII
Specifications:
Engine Type air-cooled
Weight , kg 330.0
Power 450
I
Jupiter VII
II
175
Engine Mercury IVS.2
Specifications:
Engine Type air-cooled
Weight , kg 438.0
Power 560
Price:
Research price 175
Purchase price 1,350
II
175
Mercury IVS.2
III
225
Engine Mercury VIS
Specifications:
Engine Type air-cooled
Weight , kg 438.0
Power 605
Price:
Research price 225
Purchase price 4,100
III
225
Mercury VIS
Airframe
I
0
Airframe Bulldog I
Specifications:
Weight , kg 1296.0
Hit Points 80
Compatibility: Bristol Bulldog
I
Bulldog I
II
160
Airframe Bulldog IIa
Specifications:
Weight , kg 1310.0
Hit Points 90
Price:
Research price 160
Purchase price 1,700
Compatibility: Bristol Bulldog
II
160
Bulldog IIa
Synchronized machine gun
I
0
MACHINEGUN_SMALL_LOW_DESCRIPTION .303 Vickers Mk.I (S)
Sustained fire without overheating
Effective against maneuvering targets
Specifications:
Damage per Second 17
Rate of Fire , rounds/min 500
Effective Fire Range , m 360
I
2x.303 Vickers Mk.I (S)
II
355
MACHINEGUN_SMALL_LOW_DESCRIPTION .303 Vickers Mk.II (S)
Sustained fire without overheating
Effective against maneuvering targets
Specifications:
Damage per Second 21
Rate of Fire , rounds/min 600
Effective Fire Range , m 400
Price:
Research price 355
Purchase price 2,700
II
355
2x.303 Vickers Mk.II (S)

Specifications

Hit Points 80
Weight , kg 1686.0
Firepower 18
.303 Vickers Mk.I (S) 2
.303 Vickers Mk.II (S) 2
Maneuverability 423
Average Time to Turn 360 deg , s 8.70
Rate of Roll , °/s 80
Controllability 99
Airspeed 278
Top Speed at Sea Level , km/h 273
Top Speed at Best Altitude , km/h 287
Maximum Dive Speed , km/h 450
Stall Speed , km/h 85
Rate of Climb , m/s 9.60
Optimum Airspeed , km/h 210
Altitude Performance , m 800
Optimum Altitude , m 800
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