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    IR bazooka for battlefield

    Little somethin' somethin' for my battlefield. HL RX-18 board with Mako board and Hammerhead so it's Tammy compatible. Y harnesses on channel 1 and 2 for micor servo's to elevate and traverse bazooka.Not sure yet if it should be a medium or light? Any thoughts?
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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    awesome!...I love this kind of stuff lol...I'd say light if you have him out in the open and medium if he's in a building and heavy if he's in a fortification(i.e. a bunker)...just my opinion lol. I'm working on something myself....but going to use a Panther turret instead..
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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    Nice work Brett I like it

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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    Outstanding! Great idea.

    Nothing like sneaking, if a tank can do that, around to get a shot at the other tanks, and have some G.I.Joe ruin your day.
    Be a heck of a surprise for the tankers, something they would not expect.
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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    Great Idea! Just make sure it will not be affected or countered by slope defense being up so high.

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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    I would vote for lights.
    it will be cool when he fires and you see some flash from the bazooka inside the room.

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    Little somethin' somethin' for my battlefield. HL RX-18 board with Mako board and Hammerhead so it's Tammy compatible. Y harnesses on channel 1 and 2 for micor servo's to elevate and traverse bazooka.Not sure yet if it should be a medium or light? Any thoughts?
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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield


    ORIGINAL: FreakyDude

    I would vote for lights.
    it will be cool when he fires and you see some flash from the bazooka inside the room.

    ORIGINAL: TheBennyB

    Little somethin' somethin' for my battlefield. HL RX-18 board with Mako board and Hammerhead so it's Tammy compatible. Y harnesses on channel 1 and 2 for micor servo's to elevate and traverse bazooka.Not sure yet if it should be a medium or light? Any thoughts?
    Already taken care of. going to use an orange LED for flash and mount it behind the dude.

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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    sweet idea.
    Instead of being permanently in a building, I like the idea of it being repositionable, so before a battle you could set up ambush.

    I would vote for light.
    Unless maybe he's Cap'n 'Merica, then he needs a shield and could be a heavy.

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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    yea, 3 hits to kill definitley sounds right, but being able to fire every 3 seconds seems a little far fetched.
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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    In scale time, that would be about right. Once the blast clears you shove in another rocket, wrap the wire, tap the helmet and stay out of the way.

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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield


    Yup, know those have been around for a while. Not sure how they would work with adding servo's and such though, and if it's a stand alone system.

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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    use the servo as the "electronic finger" to activate the firing

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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    nice find bret, its working thanks for sharing this , antother danger on the battlefield , yes you have to be carefull to attack ! Nice work man ...
    ORIGINAL: TheBennyB

    Little somethin' somethin' for my battlefield. HL RX-18 board with Mako board and Hammerhead so it's Tammy compatible. Y harnesses on channel 1 and 2 for micor servo's to elevate and traverse bazooka.Not sure yet if it should be a medium or light? Any thoughts?

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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    I love it Brett. I hope you can bring it to the next NEAD battleday. I planing on Sudnay the 18th in Westwood, NJ. It reminds me of the mine we had at Danville from Randy a while back. That bazooka would be really good in a capture the "Town" senario.

    Here is a pic or two that I found of Brett as a child....as you can see he started early with weapons design. Then there are his furry friends.
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    RE: IR bazooka for battlefield

    18th battle day.....cool.....found this pic.........





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