I must admit that I have experienced this fault also, but regarding release height, but for me the weapon has been the AGM-45 Shrike or AGM-88 HARM, B or C model.
I have noticed absolutely no change in range if releasing at 10 k ft or 36 k ft and as much as I have played CMANO (Several thousand hours - 95 % of it in DB3000) I think I should have noticed it at least sometime if there was a noticeable effect. Neither can I remember releasing at 350 kn instead of for instance about 650 kn making any difference either.
It is possible that there has been a very slight change in maximum range as regards to release speed and an even smaller one with regards to release height, something like a couple of nautical miles (With a weapon range of 70 nm minus 5 % range would not be noticeable in many situations) that I haven't noticed, and I can't really speak with any authority as to if that is realistic or not, although it definitely seems unrealistic that a 350 % difference in release height, with the much thinner atmosphere at that height, and a release speed twice as high, should have more than a few percents effect on range.
Likewise I have never noticed any difference in range with AAMs depending on release speed or height, at least not when the target is flying towards my launching aircraft (I can't speak with certainty about when the target has been on a crossing course at quite long range or when or flying away from me because I have then just seen that the targets is outside the weapons' DLZ zone and left it at that).
I have also never (Perhaps there are one or two exceptions several years ago I have forgotten, I can't be certain) released glide weapons at less than 36 k ft, but even then it seems like there should be a range difference compared to a release at 45 k ft (Or even higher). In the beginning I used to release at 45 k ft but stopped doing so when noticing no difference in range, thinking that range depending on release height just wasn't modeled yet.
i have likewise never noticed released speed having any effect on glide weapons (The ones I am certain of I have experimented lots with are AGM-154s, SDB-Is and SDB-IIs), and I have often varied release speeds to get all the released glide weapons from several sections inbound at a target to get all their glide weapons to enter into the targets SAM envelope simultaenously, although as I said before, it is possible that the effect on range is just a few percent, which I have failed to notice.
I can't upload saves now but I will try to provoke the problems listed here when I get that permission.
< Message edited by LargeDiameterBomb -- 7/14/2019 12:52:49 PM >