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AOE Piranha Light Patrol Craft
A simple, reliable, effective patrol craft used for patrolling friendly and hostile waters in and around the Allied Oceanic Emirates.
About this creation

Not much to say here, pretty basic. It has a crew of a driver/technician, and a forward gunner, with a 50 cal. turret and 4 grenade tubes. I like the crossbar thing haha. And I'm kindof disappointed that the gun was out of focus, but whatever. Ill definitely use the turret more in my Conflict mocs, because I really like it, so you'll see it more later.

Anyways, thanks for looking!


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  June 16, 2011
Love The Way You Set Up The Lights Excellent!!!
Josh Cooper
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lego fan121
  June 15, 2011
i like how you squeezed everything inside one tiny vessel.
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  June 15, 2011
I really like how simple it is. Nice piece usage at the roll cage. I also built a small boat like this. It's called F-470. If you're interested you can check it out on my page.
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  June 15, 2011
Looks cheap, and reliable. Not that powerful but I still like it. the turret looks good. It would be easy to air drop, and I think it could do its job. Maybe I should build a big patrol craft.
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  June 15, 2011
ice and simple, I like it. nice job:)
By Josh Cooper
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