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Hi,

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THanks a lot hesham

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This article from the Russian magazine Polygon about a little-known 1935 autogyro prototype was shared by Secret Projects forum member Hardrada55:

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It was a TsAGI prototype for a fighter autogyro built in 1936, armed with one ShKAS 7.62 machinegun. Intended top speed was 245 km/h and a ceiling of 7,500m (24,600 ft), and powered by a Wright Cyclone F-3 engine, but apparently it crashed in 1937 because of a damaged blade, killing the test pilot.



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Osoaviakhin Kaskr-2 was a 4 bladed gyro from 1930.



-- Edited by Italian Dragon on Saturday 23rd of July 2011 06:18:28 PM

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KASKR-2, remember the capitals in the designation.

There's also a page on it at Stingray's site. 


https://sites.google.com/site/stingrayslistofrotorcraft/kamov-skrzhinski-kaskr-2



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Anyone ever see this russian bird before? I've seen the "black shark" and a Turkish version of this coaxial, but this Ka 58 is new to me.

 

 



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Two more images of the Ka-58. However, I'm not sure whether it is a hypothetical design or the actual model.



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Farout...

thanx Stephane

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Trust me, it's pure fiction. We already have a thread on it:

http://stingraysrotorforum.activeboard.com/t41965854/kamov-ka-58-black-ghost/



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Thanks Travis

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From Walter, the Demidov Gorniak-4:

The Gorniak 4 was a small original homebuilt design helicopter of Mr. Nikolai Demidov. The aircraft was first reported around 1985/1986. Possibly it was never built and remained a project only. The aircraft was powered by one 75hp (modified) Lada car engine.



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From Walter, the Demchyenko-Khitry-Gusyev "Tourist":

The Tourist was an original design light homebuilt helicopter of Messrs. Demchyenko, Kittery and Gusyev. The ultra light aircraft was foldable and featured co-axial rotors and development period of some 9 years. It was reportedly completed around 1970 and was claimed to be suitable for transport in a suitcase sized container.

No picture, sorry.



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Hello Stingray! I searched your site and I did not find a page to the Moscow Aviation Insititution autogyro MAI-205. Do you not have it? Here you can find info about it: http://www.aviastar.org/helicopters_eng/mai-205.php



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Thanks! Just added it.



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found this, its a model of a russian Uav concept called the Ka-153.



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There is no "Ka-153", and it is NOT a product of Kamov. What you just found is a model for the KumAPP/KB Polyot Korshun (Kite) UAV. 

Another photo:



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I traced the file name to a forum topic...

http://www.armyrecognition.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1523&sid=fc6f8ca598a203e5cd758482fc17ba17

 

And it appears he confused it with the UAV project below, which is the Kamov Ka-135 (which he obviously misstyped as well).



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As much as I admire your research work, 555, we can't assume that was his source. That file appears in a couple of other forums as well.



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it was


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I reposted the Ka-135 in the Kamov thread. And wake up call to Stingray, it's not in your list yet!! wink



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Hi,

the Riga-50 and Riga-72;

 

http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=ru&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=ar&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Fostroiteli.ru%2Fsamolety_stroim_
sami%2Flyogkij_sportivnyj_samolet_entuziast%2F



-- Edited by hesham on Thursday 3rd of November 2011 02:34:25 PM



-- Edited by 555 on Wednesday 13th of June 2012 11:13:57 PM

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The RUMAS group has presented their RUMAS-10 coaxia-rotor high-speed helicopter at HeliRussia 2012:

http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showthread.php?99988-Russian-Photos-(updated-on-regular-basis)/page3377



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