Where did you get the name? --Blaff 60 12:44, September 5, 2009 (UTC)
It is written in the Australian "360 Magazine".--Loadingue 13:06, September 5, 2009 (UTC)
Buzzard cannot be found in north holland in single player.KebbBone 16:12, November 12, 2009 (UTC)
The MH-6 Little Bird is NOT based on the Bell 47 and as such is not a new variant of the Sparrow helicopter. Stop writing that. Lessthan3 14:39, May 15, 2010 (UTC)
How does anyone besides R* know what the controls are when the game isn't even out for that console yet? It got delayed at that. Jackass2009 04:04, March 26, 2010 (UTC)
Gold Plated or Gold Painted?
I have been wondering this for a while. Is the Buzzard painted gold or plated in actual gold. I think it's painted (because Gold is heavy and would hinder the Buzzards performance) but the possibility of it being gold plated cannot be ruled out. Chimpso (Talk) 08:27, July 2, 2010 (UTC)
- Most likely leafed in gold, as you said plating would be too heavy, and it's supposed to be a fast moving stealth helicopter.D16x 11:16, July 2, 2010 (UTC)
Is it too over powered for muiltplayer?
No the miniguns are difficult to aim and the rockets will not lock on to players or their vehicles. The Buzzard is also useful for jobs and heists
Missing The Ballad of Gay Tony full pictures
Who removed the original TBoGT pictures showing the entire helicopter? The only ones left are close-ups on the weaponry. Someone edit them back into the page please? (18:24, February 7, 2013 (UTC))
- I'll begin looking into it... JBanton (Talk | Contribs) 18:29, February 7, 2013 (UTC)
- You're welcome for the heads up, and thank YOU a lot for solving it :) (18:36, February 7, 2013 (UTC))
If someone feels up to it, they could test the following:
-Firing the miniguns and rockets will not gain you a wanted level at all if no one is hurt in the process.
-Firing a rocket at a low altitude (lower than about a person's height) may cause the Buzzard that you are in to be destroyed because of the rockets' firing system. Before a rocket takes flight, it is first dropped out of the container, then takes flight when the fuse lights itself. However, at ground level the fuse doesn't have enough time to ignite, thus making the rocket explode when it hits the ground.
-The Buzzard's rockets do not move faster than the Buzzard at top speed which makes it possible to have the Buzzard destroy itself using its own rocket without an obstacle detonating the rocket before the fuse triggers the explosion. If the rocket is fired parallel to the ground and the Buzzard moves in the same direction the rocket will detonate and right next to the Buzzard, destroying it.
Both those pages have "rear_images" in both of their image boxes. The Buzzard doesn't. Seems to me that aAs soon as there is no rear_image to append to the string, the infobox is losing its closing "center" tag. smurfy (coms) 06:11, December 12, 2014 (UTC)