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The Push-Missle . The push-missle is basically a brick-built flick-missle. You may have seen this in some of my previous MOCs. This is an original idea by yours truly. . Shown above are variants of the flick-missle. From left to right they are listed: the fake-missle, introduced in 2007, the flick-missle, introduced late 2008, the standard push-missle, and the longer variant of a push-missle. We will be focusing on these, the two push-missles. This is the standard push-missle. I use it to add playability to my MOCs. You will need these pieces. Just build as shown. Slide the lightsaber rod in as far as it can go. Add the cone. A variant of the push-missle using less pieces and has a longer end for versitality then the standard push-missle. Demonstrated here. A standard push-missle is not long enough and will get stuck. Thanks for visiting and please give credit if used!

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