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COBRA Scorpion . A light-armor vehicle to support infantry or convoys. . First, I need to give credit to Brody Allen and his Minotaur for this creation. I really liked his MOC and recreated it on LDD. However, I soon discovered that liked it much better when I scaled it down (mostly in width). So after playing around with it a little more, I have the Scorpion. You can definitely seen Brody's influences in the gunner section, but in other ways, it is quite different. The Scorpion is armed with a 10mm minigun perfect for attacking infantry or light armored vehicles. It also has 2 launchers mounted on the side. Typical arrangement is 1 smoke on each side and 1 grenade on each side. The Scorpion also can be used for towing canons, other weapons systems or supplies. It usually has 2 man crew: driver and gunner. You can see a small, mostly open storage bed in the back of the vehicle.

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