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I'm new at the game just to let you know in advance. So my buddy and I were having a small debate about where his guys could shoot from out of his open topped Raider. He measured from the very tip of the ram, I Didn't think his guys would all be hanging on to the tip to shoot at me. I guess it would be defined as what would the hull be considered as.
Normally you would measure from the fire points such as a rhino to the enemy unit.
I think in an open topped unit you measure from the hull of the vehicle to the enemy unit.
Anywhere on the vehicle because it is open-topped.
O.k. Thanks guys. None of shots hit me anyway, but I just wanted to clear that up. There was a lot of debate about guns, banners, lights, and dozer blades as being part of the hull. He said they couldn't be, but the ram of his vehicle could.
There's a difference between open-topped and normal vehicles, normal vehicles have fire points and so you can only fire from them and open-topped fire anywhere on the vehicle. Also just to point out that the shock ram/prowl on the raider is in fact a rounded spike that comes in the kit, the triangular points that you see in the pictures are just decoration and not rams.