Messerschmitt Bf 110 C-6 Heavy Fighter IV tier 1
Pilot
1
Rear Gunner

Modification of the serial Bf 110 equipped with a 30 mm MK-101 antitank cannon. A total of 12 aircraft were produced during May–July 1940.
Powerful large-caliber armament effective against aircraft with high survivability
Good survivability, but large dimensions and vulnerable engines
Good airspeed, long-lasting boost
Ineffective in maneuvering combat
Effective in mid-altitude combat
Equipped with a rear gun
Increased credit income per battle

Configuration Messerschmitt Bf 110 C-6

Engine
V
0
Engine DB 601 A
Specifications:
Engine Type water-cooled
Weight , kg 590.0
Power 1100
V
2xDB 601 A
Airframe
IV
0
Airframe Bf 110 C-6
Specifications:
Weight , kg 4788.0
Hit Points 300
IV
Bf 110 C-6
Cowling-mounted weapon
IV
0
Machine gun 7.92 mm MG-17 (1940) (C)
Sustained fire without overheating
Effective against maneuvering targets
Specifications:
Damage per Second 30
Rate of Fire , rounds/min 1200
Effective Fire Range , m 440
IV
4x7.92 mm MG-17 (1940) (C)
Outboard weapon
VI
0
Autocannon 30 mm MK-101 (O)
High single-shot damage
Large range of fire
High chance of critical hit
Effective against armored ground targets
Specifications:
Damage per Second 120
Rate of Fire , rounds/min 45
Effective Fire Range , m 1049
VI
30 mm MK-101 (O)
Rear gun
III
0
Rear gun 7.92 mm MG-15
Delivers defensive fire automatically
Specifications:
Damage per Second 28
Effective Fire Range , m 500
Field of Fire , ° 40
Gun Elevation , ° 60
Gun Depression , ° -10
III
7.92 mm MG-15

Specifications

Hit Points 300
Weight, kg 6280.0
Firepower 360
7.92 mm MG-17 (1940) (C) 4
30 mm MK-101 (O) 1
Rear gun 7.92 mm MG-15 1
Maneuverability 360
Average Time to Turn 360 deg, s 16.60
Rate of Roll, °/s 65
Controllability 70
Airspeed 605
Top Speed at Sea Level, km/h 500
Top Speed at Best Altitude, km/h 500
Maximum Dive Speed, km/h 740
Stall Speed, km/h 180
Rate of Climb, m/s 42.60
Optimum Airspeed, km/h 397
Altitude Performance, m 1700
Optimum Altitude, m 1700