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HARM-21 Assault Recon Mech
The newest, biggest, best, hardest hitting mech used by the UNE mech division. (Distributed by the UPA.) Click it. You know you want to.
About this creation
Ok, so I had this urge to build a mech. A huge mech. one that would strike fear in the heart of the enemy. This was born.
Here's a Dawn Forge inspired mech, with lots of SNOT and weaponry!


Name- HARM (Heavy Assault Recon Mech Model #21)
Armament- 2 Variable Heavy weapon hardpoints, 4 80mm 5-pod missile packs, 2 220mm rocket tubes, .50 caliber machine gun w/40mm grenade launcher attachment.

Weapons that can be mounted on the hardpoints:

-120mm Railgun
-130mm Gatling gun
-Dual 55mm Gatling guns

*more not pictured

The HARM-21 is used mainly for fast attacks on the enemy, as well as recon in areas where smaller mechs would be destroyed by heavy defenses. Topping out at 70 mph, the HARM can run along side most tanks and fast-attack vehicles, and the heavy weapons carried by prove to be deadly against just about any opposing force.






Weapons--railgun on the left, high caliber gatling gun to the right. Below the cockpit are the missile tubes. Under the top joints you can see the missile packs, and the .50 cal. is mounted under the mech.




The 130mm Gatling gun, used to take down any vehicle or mech that comes it's way.



The lower weapons, missile packs for close combat and the .50 cal. with the grenade launcher acts as an anti-personnel and light anti-armor weapon.



Missile tubes, used as middle distance artillery.



The railgun, for use on enemy mechs and tanks.



Close-up on the 50. cal.



Dual 55mm gatling guns, to kill everything with!



Close-up on the 55mm gatling guns.



Side profile view.



Back view, nothing special. You can see the armor plating.



Open cockpit shot. It holds a fig quite snugly.



Feet and shins. I love how the shins turned out, but the feet could have been better.

There you go, my best creation yet! Drink it in, there's more to come.

Inspired by Dawn Forge mechs and the various works of Andreas H.
Oh, credit to Dali Z for the railgun concept.



Comments

 I like it 
  November 24, 2014
Good chassis!
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  April 8, 2010
O definately you had some urge to build a mech, that's very clearly visible. I like this scale model.
 I like it 
  August 8, 2009
wow, this is cool. it would make a good dawn forge mech. i wish is could make something this good.
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  August 1, 2009
GREAT mech, seriously, since was the last time i saw a mech this good!? oh right...Brian K. new FOUNDATION, srry, anyways, really awesome mech!
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  July 21, 2009
Sweet! It looks powerful and protected; I love it! Can you look at some of my MOCs?
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  July 20, 2009
Very good work, love the torso design.
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  July 20, 2009
Very good work, love the torso design.
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  July 20, 2009
Very good work, love the torso design.
 I like it 
  June 18, 2009
wow i could never build something like this how do you make the legs i always wanted to know that because i was trying to make mecha but i just cant get the legs right
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  June 18, 2009
wow i could never build something like this how do you make the legs i always wanted to know that because i was trying to make mecha but i just cant get the legs right
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  June 18, 2009
wow i could never build something like this how do you make the legs i always wanted to know that because i was trying to make mecha but i just cant get the legs right
 I like it 
  June 18, 2009
wow i could never build something like this how do you make the legs i always wanted to know that because i was trying to make mecha but i just cant get the legs right
 I like it 
  June 18, 2009
wow i could never build something like this how do you make the legs i always wanted to know that because i was trying to make mecha but i just cant get the legs right
 I like it 
  June 16, 2009
AWSOME mech!! I like it very much!
 I made it 
  June 15, 2009
Quoting John Moffat This is without a doubt your best work yet. I love this thing. The interchangeable weapons, the legs, the overall shape, and the sheer awesomeness. I just might add some red ; ) Nice work man.
I had intended to for a while, but then I realized I have enough red pieces to hold in one hand, so it didn't work out.
 I like it 
  June 15, 2009
Wow, nice job! love the 55 mm. I might be a city builder, but I surely appreciate a good mech!
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  June 15, 2009
Wow, great job and very nice details!
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  June 15, 2009
Nicely done, the legs on that mech are fantastic. Plus that chaingun is awesome! Good work. -Dylan
  June 15, 2009
This is without a doubt your best work yet. I love this thing. The interchangeable weapons, the legs, the overall shape, and the sheer awesomeness. I just might add some red ; ) Nice work man.
 I made it 
  June 15, 2009
Quoting Rob Deavers Hmmmm...HARM? Now where have I heard that name before? LOL jk I'm not too sure about the open cockpit, but the overall design is pretty cool! The blue missiles are unique! Sweet build!
It doesn't have an open cockpit! Are you talking about the 2nd to last pic? That's to show the interior! Look at the main pic, you can see the canopy. It's the clear peice? Comes in the Republic Shuttle set?
 I made it 
  June 15, 2009
Quoting Eturior . Wow, really nice! Blue missile pods look great!
Thanks, and good I thought they looked strange!
 I like it 
  June 15, 2009
Wow, really nice! Blue missile pods look great!
 
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