The core of the SWAT Team is it's APC. It can withstand almost any weapon that is in the hands of the enemy and can go places that conventional troop carriers can't.
-2008- I have rebuilt this almost from scratch, but it still has the general look to it. It is slightly larger, and has a whole new front end, built for ramming buildings. It has a new comm. system and a mounted machine gun on top. I should have pictures soon.
Front shot of the APC. Note the crew door behind the driver's compartment and the two machinguns mounted on the front.
The back. It has two bullet-proof windows, one on each side that can be armor plated. Note the 37mm automatic cannon on top.
Driver's compartment and the Tech officer's (TO) seat next to it. They have access to the passenger compartment and also the engine so they can make minor in-vehicle repairs to it.
The rear compartment. It can hold up to six troops in full combat gear. In the front top of the cabin is a slit window, to the left of that is a MG for whoever is closest. The white pieces? I wanted something in there other than black. Not good for moral.
A top shot. It clearly shows the two MGs and the 37mm. The cannon is remotely controlled by the TO.
The APC is always getting better (as you can see, I have a long way to go). I think people's MOCs are the only thing on earth that are always getting better
ok,the build itself,is nt very impressive,but,once again with your concepts,very promising!
the wheels are a bit too big,for city use,
when put into action,that will show,as the other vehicles won t look convincing,no victim,no crime,also,wider than 7 is risky buisness,for the same reasons,i know,it s tuff,but,ooh,so much rewarding,once it s done!