The Zafar 300 is an Iranian attack helicopter based upon the American Bell Model 206A Jetranger utility helicopter, adapted for a military gunship role. It is armed with a General Electric GAU-2B/A Minigun rotary six-barrel machinegun in an under-nose turret, and disposable stores on two hard points. The Zafar 300 is manned by a crew of two comprising a pilot and gunner seated in tandem.
|Ferus, e-mail, 13.02.2018||reply|
It may not fly or fight.. it looks like it is ready to fall apart. However it most certainly is cobbled together using at least some parts of a Bell 206. The position and design of the horizontal stabilizers, vertical stabilizers, and the engine exhaust outlets are a dead giveaway.
|Kelly, e-mail, 30.06.2016||reply|
This was a prototype from 20 years ago not an actual product. Whois the retard that started the BS about the zafar prototype being based on the "Bell 206"? Looooooooool
|Alex, e-mail, 30.10.2013||reply|
If they give me the kits I'll put them together and fly it. I am prity sure it'll fly better than mosquito's.
|Dufis, e-mail, 10.05.2010||reply|
Mohamid woulden't fly in this badly designed pig of a bacon eating copy of a pigs helicopter,I KILL YOU,,,,or it would Kill any one near it,under it or over it.
|Velvet Jones, e-mail, 24.07.2010||reply|
This looks just like a plastic toy helicopter you can buy at Walmart. Those Iranian bastards, I guess with the current sanctions all they can do is try to make copies of toys they see at Walmart.com.
There was some Cobras that we gave Iran in the good ole days prior to the revolution. Looks like they went Macgyver on them and cobbled together a gunship lol.
Looks like a piece of crap!
|admin, e-mail, 17.12.2009||reply|
It looks like a toy in the city playground
You people must be blind. This doesn't look anyting like a "206 Jetranger" or a Cobra...
|Zafada, e-mail, 19.07.2008||reply|
yeah it does look like a cobra...
|sergio, e-mail, 12.05.2007||reply|
HOOOOO MUY PARECIDO AL HELICOPTERO COBRA
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