This, my fellow Crack Lego addicts, Is the UH-7 Transport helicopter, commonly referred to as "Stubby" for it's short and, well... stubby nose.
To start off I took the liberty of making a few (rather crappy) action shots.
My ghillie suit man hanging off the side of the helicopter pulling off a few shots at the tupperware out of the camera frame that contains my mom's beading stuff. A noble cause indeed.
My favorite non-decal'd Lego man shooting his new Brickarms. "At what" you ask? Were not really sure, but he said something about penguins and splaying open intestines earlier.
Here's one of my myrkr-drengr firing the Ma Deuce (M-2) at th-, the... well we assume its the ground.
The pilots, as expressionless as ever.
The myriad of weapons attached to the UH-7 (from left to right) The SRS-1 containing the Smart Round a revolutionary incendiary programmable round that has airburst, penetrate, and Through-and-Through modes, Double M-57 .60 Caliber Machine guns spewing out 92 rounds a minute and the MLRS D-5 rocket pod, containing 16 D-5 heatseeking missiles.
On top of the rotor theres a Radar dish that also doubles as a deflector dish (you know, to scramble radar). It kind of reminds me of manatee, don't ask me how, but it does.
Just showing off the nice cushy interior cabin, The seats are made out of Pelvis breaking metal and it comes with the optional cup holder. o.O
Here I will show off my sliding door, because its awesome and it took me a crapload of time to figure out how to get it to work.
The door is open.
Now it is half open (or half closed for you pessimistic crowd).
Now it is fully closed (or not open anymore for you optimistic crowd).
The tail, and the tail rotor, because...
I SHOW ALL OF THE HELICOPTER!!!1!!!1!1!!!!!1!!!
Another view of the tail section, also showing the... everything else.
And to conform with Andora's 2026 fuel goals, the Stubby runs on the world's most abundant natural resource
clone troopers? for... fuel? I know several people that would have sent a couple dozen blaster bolts through you if they heard that. and I'd like to inform you that no, clones aren't the most abundant resource in the universe. that would be, in the words of Corran Horn, "Stupidity, hydrogen atoms, and TIE Fighters." nice work on this, though I'd kinda like to see some of the studs hidden some way or another.
Nem I really like star wars and dont think it gave clones a bad wrap because they WERE bred for fighting and well they really didnt hate that they were going to die and that really does not mean clones on earth have to be the same i mean sure it would be a good thing to have clones bred for war but our military is working on breeding monkey/man superhuman soilder's
Anyway great build! I see why you call it stubby =P all aroung great
Why do so many people dislike clones, there awsome. I understand that starwars wasnt a very good movie series, but real clones on earth arnt that bad. I like the heli but I like clones to, its a hard choice. Unless there starwars clones, of cource that must be what you meant. I think star wars painted a bad picture of clones. The heli is Pretty cool, I like the sliding doors. 5* Clones should be legal, they could do our chores, and tend our gardens.