Have you ever heard of "V" speeds. Like VS1, VS2, Vno, Nne, etc.?<quoted text>
I may not know about the law, but I know how to read. Too bad you can't say as much. The above response proves just that, and shows that it's only a pretext to show one and all what you know about aviation and its emergency procedures. Big deal. Incidentally, the landing gear will shear off in that shallow dive. Anyhow, your method sure beats the hell out of Mitt's who would open the window at 35,000 feet. THAT is what you didn't get. As I've repeated here a number of times (a thousand times?),wit and sarcasm are not your strongest suits.
There is a speed limit for when you can drop or raise your landing gear and that usually has to do with the doors. Once the doors are open and the gear are down and locked they can take a much higher speed. Before the gear get ripped off because of high speed you will probably ripped off the wings and tail first!
By the way, in Vietnamn I took a Huey about 15 knots over Vne and nothing happened except I did not get hit by the 14.5mm rounds that were being shot at me.
Oh, UH-1A/B/D/H have a Vne of 120 kts whereas the UH-1C/M and AH-1 G/P/Q/R/S have a Nve of 140 kts. Although all of these aircraft have semi-ridged rotors the UH-1C/N and AH-1's have a flex-in-plane hub which absorbs more vibrations that the other types.