It seems clear from the published information that there is general agreement that Roland Garros used a Type L for his first experiments
This is from J M Bruce's 'War Planes of the First World War' Vol 5 - and is entitled 'Garros in his armed Morane-Saulnier Type L' There are pages on who claimed what, but is seems the Type L was the choice for the early experiments. Apart from anything else the "Bullet" was much less common and not at all easy to fly.
And if you prefer the prime source of reference
The usual photos of a Morane Type N Bullet are IMHO of a very obviously "British" RFC pilot!
Which makes you wonder why the RG Stadium in Paris chose to use that photo!
Daft Sods - "As any fule kno" Garros was a typical, soulful-looking Frenchman
A brave, if unlucky man, who is fittingly remembered
Edited by ChrisMcD, 19 February 2015 - 11:17 PM.