DZ Ltd Inc. presents the Small Cargo Ship Mk I.
A fast atmospheric little freighter.
Space Police Mk III-bound.
About this creation
Crew: 1 pilot
Cruise Speed: Mach 1.5 at level 25
Max speed at sea level: Mach 1.2
Cargo weight: 1,5 ton (In Lego Unit?...) ^^
Weaponry: Turret. 1x CRC Mass-driver .50 Cal
First, a honest tribute. In a Mars Mission set called "the Ultra-drill walker", was a little ship. This set has been designed by a certain Mark Stafford... See whom I'm talking about? If not, be ashamed! ;)
I was inspired by his huge thrusters and started from there.
I love this pic. The friend who took it kept telling me: "Those engines are so huge for such a little bird" LOL.
I did want that for the SCS has the hability to "land" on sea. Big buoy aren't they? :)
The SCS MkI and its cargo.
Do you confirm 1,5 ton?...
The wide cockpit. I wanted something simple and convenient. Maybe a HUD could have been added? Maybe yes! Because it's such an "uncertain future"! ^^
At the left, the pilot's hand gun (a micro UZI) from Brickarms. I do assume those accessories in my sets. Sorry for the purists...
The prototype was formerly designed without weapons.
After the loss of many pilots, studies were quickly conducted to come with an efficient idea: the CRC Mass Driver .50
Authorities gave their approval for lots of Cargo Ships.
I like the "Mass-Driver" technology with EM propulsion. You can store so much more ammunition (in fact, only the jacketed bullets) in much less space.
Concerning the defense of the SCS, the .50 Cal could seem "kind of" weak. But its high velocity and high rate of firing make the little freighter hard to catch.
Space Pirats didn't like it!
Sure not! So they had to change of strategy. Coming soon...
CRC... What is it for?...
... Combined Radar Controled. Any questions? LOL
"If you want it, come and claim it!!"
Give him some candies, that makes him come down...
That's all, folks! Thanks for reading all my stuff. Hope you enjoyed.
To be continued...
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Thank you very much, Fred B. for the 80 pics taken! Without your patience...
Rendez-vous pour le MCS... Yes!!