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Bell UH-1C Huey Hog
Bell UH-1C Huey Hog gunship. Model features detailed interior and exterior, rotating main and tail rotor blades with adjustable pitch, swing down targeting sights, poseable nose mounted grenade launcher, poseable pod mounted miniguns, poseable door mounted M60s, opening crew cabin doors and sliding main cabin doors.
About this creation
UH-1C Huey Hog front left

The UH-1C was specifically developed as a gunship version until the "interim" attack helicopter, the Bell AH-1G Huey Cobra was available and to correct the deficiencies of the UH-1B when it was used in the armed role. The UH-1C was widely referred to as the "Huey Hog" in US Army service.

UH-1C Huey Hog side left

The "Charlie" model was fitted with the 1,100 shp (820 kW) T53-L-9 or L-11 engine to provide the power needed to lift the weapons systems in use or under development at the time. It incorporated the new Bell 540 rotor system with 27-inch (690 mm) chord blades. The increased power lead Bell's engineers to design a new tailboom for the "C" which incorporated a wider chord fin on a longer boom and larger synchronized elevators. The "C" also introduced a dual hydraulic control system for redundancy in battle and an improved inlet filter system for the dusty conditions found in southeast Asia. Fuel was increased to 242 US gallons and gross weight to 9,500 lb (4,300 kg), giving a nominal useful load of 4,673 lb (2,120 kg).

UH-1C Huey Hog rear left

Development on the "C" model had commenced in 1960, with production starting in June 1966. A total of 766 "C" models were completed, including five for the Royal Australian Navy and five for Norway. The balance went to the US Army.

UH-1C Huey Hog front upper right

Many UH-1Cs were later re-engined with the 1,400 shp (1,000 kW) Lycoming T53-L-13 powerplant. With this engine they were redesignated UH-1M.

UH-1C Huey Hog front

This model is a modification of my UH-1B. The biggest differences are the different armament including nose mounted grenade launcher, the inclusion of swing-down targeting sights in the cockpit, relocation of the lower forward navigation lights from the tips of the landing skids to the lower forward sides of the main cabin door openings, removable of the twin nose mounted pitot tubes and addition of single roof mounted pitot, revised dorsal navigation light, and revised engine air filter. Armament has been changed to a different rocket configuration, twin trackable miniguns on pod mounts, and two pintle mounted door gunner M60s. The M60s and their mounts are easily removeable, allowing the main cabin door to still slide closed.

UH-1C Huey Hog top

UH-1C Huey Hog front lower right

UH-1C Huey Hog interior left

UH-1C Huey Hog armament

Info courtesy Wikipedia.


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  June 9, 2018
Great Hawg! The design and position of the weapons are excellent.
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  April 6, 2015
Awesome job!
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  March 6, 2015
A giant and super detailed Huey....I can't asking for something better....very good! 5/5
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  February 28, 2015
An impressively detailed build, with great shaping around the cockpit, with all of its compound curves.
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  February 27, 2015
Unbelievably detailed! Great work!
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  February 27, 2015
Glorious!!! This is amazing as usual!!! Fantastic job!!!
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  February 27, 2015
This model is truly amazing. The gun is awesome! Every little detail is there and it all works so well together. Great Job!
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