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SA1 Rapier Strike Armor
Frontline Assault Strike Armor
About this creation
This is the Rapier Strike Armor: Frontline Assault Strike Armor. With Armors rapidly becoming a much more common sight on the modern battlefield, the step to create a 2nd generation Armor was a natural one. The Rapier is designed for basic engagement duties against land based armored targets such as tanks or enemy Armors.

1 - 125mm Morozov Gun
2 - 40mm L70 Bofors Gun
4 - BGM-71 TOW Missile

The newly designed 2nd generation Rapier Armor is better than its predecessors in many ways. By integrating new locomotion technology, the Rapier is much more agile and fuel efficient. Using new balancing systems, the Rapier is also a more stable firing platform. These two essential characteristics allow the Rapier to outclass many of the 1st generation Armors still in use today.

While older Combat Armors were relatively clumsy, the Rapier is human-like in its agility and appearance.

The Rapier's generous weapon load out is designed for anti-armor and occasionally anti-aircraft duties.

Although the Rapier's armor is lighter than other similar Armors, its agility is a more effective defense.

The Rapier's cockpit is better armored compared to the Laevateinn. It's capable of withstanding a 120mm round.

The Rapier only requires a single, but exceptionally skilled, pilot. Some competitor Armors require two.

New advancements in bipedal locomotion have dramatically increased effective Armor deployment time.



Comments

 I like it 
  July 25, 2011
I think this is one of your best!
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  July 15, 2010
I have one request... could i buy a mech off you :P, with dark bluish gray armor with dark red highlights? i need a bipedal tank for my Dark Skulls space army. :D
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  October 7, 2008
ah yes very nice
  September 28, 2008
why would you call it the Raper???
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  September 9, 2008
If we did have mechs in real life, this is what they should look like! Love the guns, they look powerful but not too big.
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  August 30, 2008
pretty cool. it's about time you made something new.
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  August 30, 2008
I like it. This looks like a natural next step in the evolution of the more clunky first generation combat armor. Also, the shape is amazing. Great job.
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  August 30, 2008
Shannon nailed it, this is a beauty!
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  August 30, 2008
Beautiful! Great proportions, nice detials and the stance is particularily good. The hip/leg joints are first class. One of the best mechs I've seen.
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  August 30, 2008
nicely done, good detailing, the legs and arms look massive but swift, great job
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  August 30, 2008
Excellent work!!! I like the weapons load out, everything is very well layed out on the "arms". Its a little tall for my liking, but that's probably why my mechs have to blow up any nearby trees before attacking I wooded areas... Anyway, nice job! Peace - Patrick
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  August 29, 2008
This is great, Tim! The limbs are very cleverly built! C ya~Nick ("ElNickre")
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  August 29, 2008
I have to say this is one of the most amazing mocs I have ever seen Amazing work! One thing, I would like to see some dios from you with your mechs in them.
 I like it 
  August 29, 2008
Just a great addittion to your line up.
 
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