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Hi, so where is the bolter assumed to be modelled on the rhino? 360 degree los? If its supposed to be mounted on top of the rhino where do you put the pintle mounted one?
Far as I know both are 360 degrees. I didn't glue the Storm Bolter plate specifically so I can change attachments plus it can rotate. I did the same thing with all my gunners.
The small plate where you mount the Storm Bolter is standard. I'm pretty sure the pintle mount is the gunner bits built on the larger ring with the hatch open.
FAQ does cover arcs of fire for pintle-mounted weapons. Typically, the pintle-mounted Stormbolter is mounted on the arm of the second cupola from the vehicle sprue and is placed beside the other Stormbolter.
Last edited by Chirality; June 2nd, 2009 at 20:54.
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360 degrees is right; the rule is if your model can see it and it's in range, it can shoot at it. I always assumed that the pintle-mounted Storm bolter went on the hatch next to the ordinary storm bolter, so there's two side by side.