No Fire Control System
Crew requirement is based on the number of crew required by support weapons and heavy weapons.
- On the RPG Scale, gives a bonus of +0 to the gunnery gunnery skill modifier.
- On the BattleTech Scale, this is a penalty of +2 to the gunnery roll target.
Crew requirement is halved from the number of crew required by support weapons and heavy weapons, in cases where the required crew for weapons is one, it cannot be the driver.
- On the RPG Scale, gives a bonus of +1 the gunnery gunnery skill modifier.
- On the BattleTech Scale, this is a Penalty of +1 to the gunnery roll result.
Crew requirement for weapons is reduced to one, which can be the driver. This piece of equipment is directly equivelnent to the Targeting & Tracking System assumed to be mounted on all combat vehicles including Powered Armor (and Battle Armor sub-type), BattleMechs, Conventional Fighters, and AeroSpace Craft.
- On the RPG Scale, gives a bonus of +2 the gunnery gunnery skill modifier.
- On the BattleTech Scale, this is a penalty of +0 to the gunnery roll target.
--Cameron 16:23, 30 March 2011 (UTC)
I known what is Milspec, but not all user's their use the wiki, don't know what this is, please can the contribur he add the ref. notes fix this with working links, thanks.--Doneve 20:54, 12 April 2011 (UTC)
O-P or O/P, or are they completely different?
In the O section, there are many "O-P"s, but are they the same as the "O/P" used in the Catapult and Catapult II articles? Thanks in advance for any answers.--Raven 2C (talk) 09:04, 28 September 2013 (PDT)
- Hy Raven i know of the problem, but i follow the canon sources and when its stated O-P or O/P i follow the source, i hope this helps?--Doneve (talk) 11:17, 28 September 2013 (PDT)
- Thank you. I guess I should just add the O/P part then. I was a bit confused because there is an "O/P 1078" and there is an "O-P 1078", and I thought they were the same thing.--Raven 2C (talk) 11:44, 28 September 2013 (PDT)