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M14 Tiger Combat Suit . When the new united Russian federation needed a tough versitile mech made to withstand the freezing extremes of their homeland scientists came up with the Tiger. . The tiger sports a wrist mounted flamethrower on each arm with the fuel tubing encased in the arms to prevent it from being cut or frozen as well as ball based joints to give the mech more movement capabilities and still retain 3 inches of chitin plated armor the M14 Tiger can also mount various weapon systems to it's back including the m74 advanced projectile dilevry system (seen here), miniguns, AA missiles and cannons, grenade launchers, and supplies for infantry. the Tiger's legs are plated with 12 inches of reactive depleted uranium armor with 500 horsepower servomotors and advanced hydraulics. A pilot with advanced holographic imaging helmet can fit in this mech around him is almost two feet of depleted uranium armor as well as a mini fusion reactor behind him. if the Tiger is somehow incapitated the pilot can eject and still has a carbine to defend himself with. With Real firey action! this mech was pretty fun to build. The real challange was the legs, they contain click ball joints, ball joints and traditional hinge joints. pics of the different weapons may be posted soon. Thanks for veiwing! Tell me what you think! :)

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