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T7 Fast Sniper

Rail Walker added 2 years ago

This robot was made to solve an old problem.
I love sniper robots, and use it with walkers...
But walking legs are too slow, so i made it as a flyer...
It's not good as a flyer, but i can fly to a near mountain to have a better point of view and shot other robots....
I hope you like this construction......

THX everyone!!!

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Comments
7
Ratings
8
Practical Rating
8.6
Creative Rating
7.6
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by Nysion6.5
Function rating by Nysion7.0
Creative rating by Pjevs_dk8.0
Function rating by Pjevs_dk9.0
Creative rating by raterro9.0
Function rating by raterro10.0
Function rating by VladimirEterna8.5
Creative rating by VladimirEterna7.0
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VladimirEterna
2 years ago
Love your build man GG

Ratings 8.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
RaphaVitor
2 years ago
THX

Id like to remove one of my robots just to upload this one to CRF
RaphaVitor
2 years ago
I've Just added this to CRF...

Rent it!!!
raterro
2 years ago
Can you give more screenshots, because, i don't know, how d you build down of the robot, left/right side

Ratings 9.0 creative and 10.0 practical0
RaphaVitor
2 years ago
Hey!!!

I added some more pictures to show underneath the robot, sides and without electroplates !!!!

Hope you enjoy this build!
raterro
2 years ago
Thanks you ;) Your build, is one of my best robots, of i see, and i must build that.(I was build a fragment of it)

Ratings 9.0 creative and 10.0 practical0
Nysion
2 years ago
As somebody who's been using their own highly-mobile T7 rail walker, I can say this looks decent.

I feel as though lack leg redundancy and that the cpu and RR spent on the redundant rail is better spent on more, and higher tier armor.

Ratings 6.5 creative and 7.0 practical0

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