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I've always thought the standard chimera multi-laser was a bit dinky. I think this tiny conversion makes for a much more imposing cannon. I took a Sentinel multilaser (from the older kit), disconnected one end of the cabling and took the tip of the standard multilaser and slipped it on backwards. I like it though I'm on the fence about the cabling. Any comments or suggestions?
I don't mind the cabling at all, but i don't like the barrell end. You put the chimera bit on the sent one, right?
Each to their own. I like having them move, and am going to use all my sent multilasers on a special project.
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Thats not a bad conversion, but I think it looks a bit too bulky for the chimera turret. I know it looks a bit small on the actual model, but when you think about it, the cables and power packs and stuff will be inside the chimera itself, rather than built into the turret where they will be more vulnerable. Anyway, thats just my opinion. If you where to improve it I would suggest shortening the barrel end, so it looks more balanced.
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I've also thought the old Chimera multi-laser, along with the turret was a tad sub par.
This is a nice little conversion you have there, but to me it looks a little too long with the additional portion added onto the muzzle. Perhaps instead of glueing on the muzzle where the original muzzle was (in the correct position), but with the original removed?
Also, why are all the photo's mirrored if I may ask?