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NGATR-1 SB (Not a model; Just Concept Art)

Discussion in 'Model Contributions' started by Whoisthatkidd, Jun 10, 2015.

  1. Whoisthatkidd

    Whoisthatkidd Balanced Balancer

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    In the late 23rd century, combat vehicles with electric shields became commonplace. As a result armor grew thinner because the shields could shrug off rocket launcher shots and regenerate before the enemy could ready another rocket. The only way for infantry to take out a tank at the time was to throw an EMP grenade at it and then to follow up with a rocket.

    Then, museums that showcased Anti Tank Rifles from World War II started reporting that their exhibits were being raided by terrorist groups. These terrorists would be the first to revive the very long outdated category of Anti Tank Rifles by loading them with ammunition tipped with a charge to disable shields from a far distance and then following up with a shot from a rocket launcher, which could easily bust the thinner tanks.

    To stop the raiding of museums and the robbery of historical artifacts, weapons manufacturer Big Arms designed the NGATR (Next Generation Anti Tank Rifle) loaded with 17.92 x 166 mm ammunition.

    The NGATR-1 SB is capable of reaching muzzle velocities of up to 3.5 km/s using it's coil accelerator combined with a gunpowder firing mechanism (the coil accelerator can be removed to save weight) and is quite heavy. The SB edition is capable of using Shield Breaker rounds that knock out shields on contact but shatter when hitting solid armor. For actual armor penetration use Armor Piercing rounds. The NGATR also comes with a radar scope that detects and measures concentrated energy fields which is great for knowing the condition of the target's shield. For other targets there is an adjustable iron sight on top of the radar scope.


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    Warning!: This weapon has very high recoil! Do NOT fire without mounting it using the bi-pod!

    Magazine size: 4 rounds
    Muzzle velocity: 1.3 km/s (without coil accelerator), 3.5 km/s (with coil accelerator)
    Weight: 20 kg (without accelerator), 25 kg (with accelerator.)
    Cartridge Size: 17.92 x 166 mm
    Cycle: Semi-Automatic
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  2. Arctic

    Arctic Giant Robot Advocate

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    Excellent.
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  3. Arctic

    Arctic Giant Robot Advocate

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    Made a betterer version, see if you like it:
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  4. Xion

    Xion Industrial Re-revolutionist

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    Please let me know how that round is supposed to fire from that gun.
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  5. Arctic

    Arctic Giant Robot Advocate

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    Not tot scale
  6. Xion

    Xion Industrial Re-revolutionist

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    So is your face!
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  7. Xion

    Xion Industrial Re-revolutionist

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    I mean, guess what else isn't to scale?

    DEEZ NUTZ! Hah! Got eeeem! ...oh wait.
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  8. Thomas988

    Thomas988 Back Into Space

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    [​IMG]

    I couldn't resist.
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  9. Michael-CM

    Michael-CM Community Manager

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    Pencil power! Brings new meaning to the ole "mightier than the sword" phrase.
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