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Would it be possible to buy a razor back tank, but not glue on the pannel the gun is mounted to, then, have the option of using the other top hatch, and use the tank as a rhino? what I mean is make it so that i can use the razorback gun, or take it off, and use the other top hatch to use it as a rhino. Or are the top hatches different in some way, making it too hard/immposible to do this.
if you havent figured this out yet...no affence but you are slow....every one i know is doing it
P.S. Blood angels rule, the anger lets us ignore wounds ...hehehe
I havent played Space Marines for very long, and a few weeks ago I was really proud of myself when I put together the heavy bolters on the top panel of the Razorback, and then got the idea the mount the lascannons on the opposite side. The end of the bolter feeds (clips) look like two rails or supports, so I glued the lascannons onto them.
I had to cut out the barrel of the Lascannons because they were too long to fit upsideown in the crew compartment when the heavy bolters are on top. So I call them "Sauer Pattern Short Barrelled Lascannons". Its looks good, and its very functional.
Also, if I want to use my Razorback as a Rhino I can just use the plain top panel they include in the kit, and use the storm bolter sponson up front. Ive gotten more uses out of this razorback than any other model I can think of.
I am the Aquila-Guerilla!
And I suppose you burst onto the Warhammer scene totally knowlegeable about everything? Perhaps they're just new.Originally posted by dunno@Dec 7 2004, 17:30
if you havent figured this out yet...no affence but you are slow....every one i know is doing it[snapback]268428[/snapback]
In any case it doesn't warrant calling someone slow. And when a person starts out with "...no offense..." it means they know they next thing they say is going to be offensive. No offense, but are you just rude?
Next time please think about what you say before you say it.