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MICLIC (Mine Clearing Line Charge) mounted on a M200 Series Trailer
Here is the MICLIC (Mine Clearing Line Charge) mounted on a M200 Trailer. Will eventually be modeled in a mix of Dark Gray and Dark Bluish Gray Bricks instead of the Green Bricks shown. Features a 100 meter long strand of C4 explosive attached to a rocket, used to clear a path through minefields. Trailer is towed behind the M1132 ESV Stryker (Engineer Squad Vehicle). Available for purchase along with other models at www.taskforcebrick.com
About this creation

Shown with rocket raised into the firing position.



Shown towed behind the M1132 ESV Stryker (Engineer Squad Vehicle).



Comments

 I like it 
  April 4, 2011
Very pleased with this model. I purchased this with the ESV. Cutting the charges to the cord is a bit of work, but makes it very true to the prototype. The extra pioneering tools are great also. You can never have enough of these.
 I made it 
  July 25, 2010
Quoting Stryker Soldier Great addition for the Engineer Stryker. Are the 1x2 white tiles (C4 I'm guessing) connected to each other and the rocket?
Yes the (1 x 2) tiles are all connected together using a string which is tied around the base of the rocket.
 I like it 
  July 25, 2010
Great addition for the Engineer Stryker. Are the 1x2 white tiles (C4 I'm guessing) connected to each other and the rocket?
 
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