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NEOS 'Revolver' Walker . So I was building a walker, and I had too many ideas for weapons to fit onto the front of one of Brian K's mocs, let alone one of mine, so I said to myself, "Why not just stick 'em on the back?" This is the sick abomination that resulted. I still couldn't fit all the weapons on it. . The sleeker, more precise, lightly armed side, used for anti-infantry and short to medium range light anti-vehicle work. Head-on view. The quad gatling gun. Each barrel of the large gun is actually a gatling gun in itself (and all four mini gatling guns really rotate as well as the main gun). When a gun reaches the particle hopper (fancy word for that box thing on the top), it reloads that gun's ammo supply and allows it to fire until it reaches the top and is reloaded again. This chaingun-in-a-chaingun process is more effective than having multiple chainguns because it only requires one ammunition source as opposed to four. A small rail gun for taking out light vehicles. leg detail Back view, showing the heavily armed side. The body can rotate to expose the side that is necessary to destroy the target at hand. The heavy side. The missile pod, which I think turned out very nice. Six motar tubes to take out pesky vehicles at long range. Head on view. Notice the two chin-mounted cannons, which are on both sides of the mech to take care of the light work without having to turn completely around. Walking pose Top view This is one of the strangest mechs I've built, but it's also one of my best. Let me know what you think!


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