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HMP-100 Longbow . Missiles, because they hurt more than guns. . The Longbow (which I realize is a way overused name) was mainly designed for delivering medium to long range fire support capable of taking out large C.O.P. targets. Using the repulsor technology that we've all come to love, this thing can cruise at up to 100 MPH. The HMP is armed with four light machine guns and a pod of 8 MK.III missiles. Like almost anything else in the UNE, it is meant for a one man crew. On a personal note, this, like may other of my latest creations, was thought up while doodling during a particularly boring Social Studies class. An overview. These pictures didn't come out too well. Dang... The left side, with my trademark red highlights. The rear. So much death, waiting to be unleashed, MuaHaHaHaHa! Ahem, sorry. It occurs to me there's not that much to be said about this thing. Another shot of the missile pod. I like how that ladder looks back there. The front looked a bit different at first, but I looks better with the SNOT. The original version was too blocky. The cock-pit HAD joysticks, but I must oft taken them out for some reason. Don't ask me why. In the back there is also a little storage compartment, now holding the pilot's trusty sidearm.

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