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Cheyenne military systems
The federal government announces today that with much excitement, the newest heavy armor, LAV, and weapons have been released to the general public. This came as quite shock to many seeing the lack of activity. Our newest battle tank has been released, along with 2 variants, a utility vehicle, info about standard weapons of both the nation, and its enemies, and photos of our troops.
About this creation
The M-41 Claymore tank is one of the most advanced battle tanks in the world.
Its being used by the Coalition for armed assault, and for various tasks like protecting convoys.

This specialized variant is the M-41 Q, its an efficient anti aircraft system that uses a 50mm Gatling gun to shear helicopters, and low flying craft.



The second specialized variant is the M-41 huff, its a non line of sight advanced mortar system that fires either 200mm mortars, or smart missile systems.





Here you can see the how I made the road wheels, and my fine lack of parts to work.

It fits two figs, I'm proud, but I didn't have room in the hull, for a third.

The standard variant uses a 120mm smooth bore cannon. Every variant has a 20mm co-axle machine gun.




The turret can elevate 90 degrees, and can turn 360.

Here are some pictures of standard infantry, seen here in desert fighting gear

here are three shock troopers, or "Juggernaut" in winterized armor

And three elite black ops, sort of like a military swat force.

guerrilla commando, the most elite force, a police officer, and a new age terrorist.

A keowan soldier, and three Fourth Reich terrorists.

Weapons arsenal. They are all costom, some are purist, and two are brickarms "one is a prototype".

Light utility vehicle, used for convoys, transportation, and recon. Its not really finished.








I thank you for viewing, The photos I took with an SLR, and I used a light box.

comments are very much appreciated.



Comments

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  January 18, 2014
Like the weapons and troops! The wheels on the ATC could be bigger but none the less an excellent ground force. Don't want to tangle with em!
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  April 12, 2013
I think your models of very well made, clean and modern looking. I was wondering how you make your tank chassis and attaching it to the hull...is there any way you can show me (and probably others) this.
 I made it 
  November 5, 2012
Quoting sam shindig could you tell me how to make the javalin and the m1 abrams?
I would but luckly there isnt any of both ...most importantly the ladder.
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  November 5, 2012
could you tell me how to make the javalin and the m1 abrams?
Nightmaresquid
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P4perweight .
  October 27, 2012
Hmmm...a 50mm gatling gun? Seems a little OP....
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  October 25, 2012
Quoting Matthew McCall OK, sorry that I have taken this long to comment on your recent mocs. Anyway, every build here seem to been excellently designed. The soldiers are all very well equiped and dressed, but it might have been nice to have more protective helmets. The tank is very modern looking and basically studless, which is a big plus in my book. I do think you should have added a radar for the AA varient to increase it's effectiveness, and a machine gun mounted on top of the tanks would have been good as well. Besides that, it's pretty much perfect. The Humvee lookalike is great as well, but isn't a show stealer like the Claymore.
Thanks for the comment. My newest tank will have a remote MG on the top.
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  October 24, 2012
OK, sorry that I have taken this long to comment on your recent mocs. Anyway, every build here seem to been excellently designed. The soldiers are all very well equiped and dressed, but it might have been nice to have more protective helmets. The tank is very modern looking and basically studless, which is a big plus in my book. I do think you should have added a radar for the AA varient to increase it's effectiveness, and a machine gun mounted on top of the tanks would have been good as well. Besides that, it's pretty much perfect. The Humvee lookalike is great as well, but isn't a show stealer like the Claymore.
 I like it 
  October 5, 2012
Cool! That tank looks really nice, i like that massive turret and the gun :-)
  October 2, 2012
Yes, what I wanted to show with the link is that a 120mm gun can be built in that size. It's only a matter of scale.
 I made it 
  October 2, 2012
Quoting Matthew Sylvan I'm using the same scale, a minifig is 180cm tall which is the same as 6 feet. Here's an excellent representation for a 120mm gun in a scale like yours. http://mocpages.com/moc.php/258609
But mine is the same width as his gun.
 I like it 
  October 2, 2012
I'm using the same scale, a minifig is 180cm tall which is the same as 6 feet. Here's an excellent representation for a 120mm gun in a scale like yours. http://mocpages.com/moc.php/258609
 I made it 
  October 2, 2012
Quoting Matthew Sylvan All of these are excellent builds especially the SNOT hulls. There's still a problem with gun barrell thickness. The 300mm mortar should be built of 2x2 round bricks and the 105mm should be technic tubes. Btw modern tanks use 120mm guns. Some help with the jeep, if you have any of those thicker tires use those. Anyway, good job!
Thanks again, Ive been making a habit of using slightly scaled down creations, due to my idea that figs are 6 feet tall "being based off of humans", so the tank would need to be smaller, thus so would the weapons. Thats also added with the fact that sliming it down makes parts easier to have, so I most likly wont change it, also a 2*2 wouldnt fit on the tank. I will change the gun size, and slim the mortor size, but I cant do more since my other creations are all based of the same scale.
 I like it 
  October 2, 2012
All of these are excellent builds especially the SNOT hulls. There's still a problem with gun barrell thickness. The 300mm mortar should be built of 2x2 round bricks and the 105mm should be technic tubes. Btw modern tanks use 120mm guns. Some help with the jeep, if you have any of those thicker tires use those. Anyway, good job!
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  October 1, 2012
wo esta genial ^^
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  October 1, 2012
Yeah, I just noticed that! I should have added more sensors to my latest tank instead of the ubiquitious single Dawn Forge "green eye"! I am currently building a Eurasian Alliance MBT. Perhaps it will "borrow" some of your sensors!
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  October 1, 2012
Quoting John Stahlman That tank is pretty cool. I really like the radar and sensors on the AA varient.
Thanks, you do realise all the variants have the same gear right?
 I like it 
  October 1, 2012
That tank is pretty cool. I really like the radar and sensors on the AA varient.
 
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