Focke-wulf Fw 190 / Ta 152
"...during my third sortie, I managed to get into a firing position behind a Spitfire some 5 km north of Dieppe. It went down in flames in among the landing barges. While I was covering an attack by my wingman on another Spitfire, I took hits in my fuselage and wings from behind and above. I snapped into a dive and as I looked around me I recognised a Spitfire curving around to starboard above me."
'Sepp' Wurmheller - JG 2
"The speed of the FW-190 is slightly higher than that of the Messerschmitt; it also has more powerful armament and is more maneuverable in horizontal flight. The FW-190 has a large supply of ammunition, with 15 seconds of cannon fire, and 50 seconds of constant machine-gun fire. For this reason the gunners are not economical with their ammunition, and often open up the so-called 'frightening fire'."
Russian article from 'Red Fleet'