Jurgen Krooshoop, on May 7 2010, 12:03 AM, said:
Thanks for your comment! From a pure view of technic, weapon is not a bad topic, and I prefer something which TLG will never issue as a set.
Not being a fan of machines designed to hurt people, I do like this model. (And Lego doesn't hurt people :) ) . And works pretty well as well, nice.
Milan, on May 7 2010, 12:09 AM, said:
Thanks for your comment! Actually I always doubt whether it's really good to decorate a technic MOC with too many system bricks. Some of them look really brilliant, but in my mind they lose some sense of technic.
Same here...don't prefer war mocs, but this vehicle has nice functions.
It would be better to me if it is a little bit covered with bricks, to be more like model team...with these functions that would be great.
Spyder, on May 7 2010, 12:15 AM, said:
Thanks for your comment! I am very glad that you like it.
Probably the coolest Technic vehicle I've ever seen. I love that weapons platform, with its 360 degree range. The functional steering wheel is a nice bonus too.
dluders, on May 7 2010, 02:24 AM, said:
The trigger of fire action is a "Gear & Gear rack" structure, I hope the following images will answer your question:
@ms09: After seeing the video and studying the picture below, I don't know how the individual Technic Competition Arrows are fired. There are gears near the "triggers", but how do you sequentially launch them using Power Functions?
As gears rotate, the gear rack will be pushed to move horizontally.
The prominent part of gear rack structure will push the triggers one by one.