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  • i hate to spoil the fun here: it exist alright... first the blades from the propellor are unlocked and they go sideways, shortly after that the pilot is ejected in a normal way. sad but true.

  • The ejection seat does exist for helicopters. And how is this sad? Let's see how you feel when a guided missile is flying towards you at 700 miles per hour.

  • just so you know there are ejection seats on helichopters, but they go sideways

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  • Ummm, I think that kinda might be incorrect: For improved pilot survivability the Ka-50 is fitted with a NPP Zvezda (transl. Star) K-37-800 ejection seat, which is a rare feature for a helicopter.[17] Before the rocket in the ejection seat deploys, the rotor blades are blown away by explosive charges in the rotor disc and the canopy is jettisoned. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamov_Ka-50

  • ?we are goin down! eject!? bbbbbzzzzzzzzrrrrrrr copilot: whats that shredding sound

  • Okay, so if the blades are released... Say, if there were a chance that those blades were still rotating, wouldnt it be possible to still be gutted in the mid air..? Or for those blades to continue rotating on the ground... Filled with people?

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