Discussion in 'Military Multimedia' started by redragon, Nov 2, 2010.
No, It looks like Agusta Westland T-129
An old pic
there are some changes compare with old photo,
It is copy of A-129 Mongoose... obviously.
It doesn't looks like Comache at all from any direction. Perhaps chinese member seems to have facinated by exterior look of Comache and may have seen some Comache in Chinese gunship.
Chinese kids would even believe it looks like F-22 Raptor if told CCP :emot157:
also its a Z-10A believed to be in service starting this year
Wow, I can't wait to see what China will copy next.
I find it funny that a Scottish inventor invented the photocopier. You would think that would definitely be a Chinese invention, but it wouldn't be possible because the Chinese inventor would need the first photocopier to make a second copy. You've got to love the Chinese.
No, it relies on a P&W engine. The engine it is running on now was meant for civilian helicopters but its use violated export controls. P&W is barred from selling it.
Compare the Chinese Z-10 helicopter gunship below:
With the Augusta A-129:
And, with the Mil-28N Havoc:
Apparently, the Chinese have copied from both (2nd and 3rd) helicopters.
and what about 2nd & 3nd , who copies who :emot15:
Let's say Augusta copied from Mil, which is likely given their development history, so PRC still copied from a copied product, didn't they? I bet you find that funny enough as well.
A copy chain, ahah , and what is the frist link, AH-1 ? and what about LHA belong , fifth or sixth .
^^^^^ Please use easy english so that we all can understand. Avoid Shakespearean form of articulation
well, there is a copy chain...A copies B, then C copied B. then D copied C...at last China copied .....hahaha
^^^^^^ Now I understand what you meant, but Turkey did not copy or steal, they actually have used Agusta Westlands' services...Its Chinese who stole Blue prints and result is in front of us!
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