When using the rockets in the AH-9 the white "x-hair" seems a little high - particularly when view is "zoomed in" - ie rockets consistently hit below/short-of the targets in th "x-hairs" - at ranges of less than 300-500m.
Please don't get me wrong - I am all for realistic balistic trajectories/drop off etc, and I am certanly no rocket/helecopter expert.
However, IMHO I figure...
- 300m -500m is not an unrealistically far distance to engage (vehicles) in an AH-9 (if anything it's unrealistically *close* for engagement!)
- In 2035, I would guess that the manufacturer of the AH-9 would calibrate the "x-hairs" for some sort of "reasonable engagement distance" (?500-800m?), and that the calibration would account for "rocket drop".
A Blushing Crow