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|01-03-11 09:06 PM|
I get it now.
|01-03-11 09:05 PM|
I will try to explain this as clearly as possible:
You have a circle, which is the blast.
This circle has a radius, which is the distance from the center of the circle to the outside.
In the case of the death strike this distance is D3+3, making it 4, 5, or 6 inches.
That means that the total diameter (distance across) of the blast is 8, 10, or 12 inches.
|01-03-11 08:42 PM|
|aboytervigon||Whats the difference between a blast and a radius blast?|
|01-03-11 08:10 PM|
it is D3+3". So it's either a 4,5,or 6" Radius blast.
|01-03-11 08:05 PM|
|aboytervigon||Where did the other 6" come from?|
|01-03-11 06:44 PM|
|jaws900||yep. Don is right. All that changes in the size of the blast not the number|
|01-03-11 06:39 PM|
|don_mondo||It's a blast that has a RADIUS of d3+3". So it's an 8", 10", or 12" blast.|
|01-03-11 06:33 PM|
Death strike missile laucncher? how does it work
I am a bit confused by the wording is it D3+3" blast or a Blast template + D3+3".