Incidentally, as a correction to your ReadMe:
Based on the research I did while working on my Mk.VIII, the P-47D-25 used this sight as well.
I can update the Readme with all the aircraft associated to reticle.
If you look at the Barr and Stroud gusights that were introduced in the war, the aircraft that used them were all over the place. Making reccomendations could be tricky for the british. Our Hurri and Spit MkI's should have the oval reflector sight. Our Typhoon should have the sight with an adjustemnt knob for changing the angle of the reflector plate to lower the reticle. In the Tempest where the reticle projected directly onto the windscreen the base of the sight had a ring that moved the dot reticle forward and back to compensate for rockets or guns. I've made a version of the Brit Type1 MkIII with a second dot at the 70Mil diameter below the center dot. Personaly I think thats gamey. The angle control dial would change the reflector plate angle by 5degress towards your face lowering the dot for rockets and bombs.
Barr and Stroud GM2 Series.
Mark II: Oval reflector with sun screen <-----------------Spit and Hurri MkI. Ring and dot only. Most pilots removed the sunscreen.
Mark IIs: Rectangular reflector with no sun screen
Mark II*: Similar to the IIs, slightly different dimensions<-----HurriC, seafire, spit5, 9, 8, 16, 14. Ring, dot and range bar.
Mark IIL: Adjustable sight head (0-5 degrees) for rocket firing and 40 mm guns<---------HurriD and Typhoon. Ring and dot only.
Mark III: Produced by Goerz
Type 1: Mark 1 (Projector) open/shut graticule one ring only
Type 1: Mark 111 (Projector) dot graticule <---------------Beamont modification Typhoon and Tempest. Dot only.
Type 1: Mark 8 (Projector) standard range/base graticule
In game we have a GM2 MkII 1948.<---Zoom in and lower your sight with Pg/down. AM SERIAL NO 20618/48. (/48) is the year code. 1948 spits and jets used the GGS Mk4E/5A Gyro.
Spit and Hurri MkI - Ring and dot.
Seafire - Ring and bar.
Spit5,8,9,16,14 - Ring and bar.
Typhoon and Tempest - Ring and dot or just dot.
Hurri-IIC and D - Ring and dot.
The U.S. N-3B with A-1 bombing head has an adjustment knob to change the angle of the reflector plate so the ring and dot are raised or lowered for shallow dive bombing and strafing. In game we cheat by adding on a jabo marker at the bottom of the reticle around the 100mil-70mil mark for the B25H that you can clearly see the adjustment knob to change the reflector plate angle sitting there. If HTC updates the A20G it will have the N-3B also.
The N-3A was a fixed angle reflector used in fighters but, the N-3B with the A-1 bombing head was used in some fighters for bombing also. Our P40's and P38 up to the P38J have the N-3A. P38L has the Lynn-3. The P39 have the N-2B. P38, 39 and 40 used everything from N-2A, B, C to N-3A, B, C. Early 47's and 51B/C's used the N3 series along with the early F4F and F4U-1.
N9 was used in P51D and 47D.
Mk8 Model 6(No reflector plate)
Mk8 Model 8(reflector plate)
P-47D20 to D30
K14 Gyroscopic sight hs two lenses. We should really be centered over one or the other. The left had a fixed ring and dot for gun sighting, divebombing and backup if the six sided star failed. The right was the lead computing six sided star and dot.
P47D40, M, N
The german Revi series.
Revi3 - 109E
Revi12 - 109F-G6, FW190A5, Ju87, 88.
Revi16 - 109G14, K4, FW190A8/F8/D9, Ta152, 262, 163.
Japanes gusights were copies of Revi.
JPType3 - Ki61, 84 and N1K2.
JPType4 - A6M5a.
JPType98 - A6M2.
JP98 125Mil reticle - All of the above.
Finnish gunsights were Revi copies except for the Tahatin Malli/44.
Italian had Revi copies then the San Georgino.
San Georgino B - C.202
San Georgino C - C.205
Russian gunsights early in the war was a circle and dot drawn on the windscreen.
PAK-1 - IL2
PAK-1M - I16
PEB-1A/B - Yak and La
I always wondered why HiTech did not program the center of the gunsights in fighters and bombers that had an adjustable reflector plate to be moved from center down to about the 70Mil ring line on the fly. But, we can simply add a tick mark into our gunsights I guess. I cannot find any info if the german Revi series has a reticle other than the crossed circle for Jabo and dive bombing.
Aren't all these gunsights confusing? My head hurts.....