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Made in ca
Stalwart Tribune

Had my first crack at scratchbuilding to make the infamous heavy flamer razorback turret for my Salamanders force. Let me know what people think. I can go into the process if anyone is interested, but I used .5 inch thick foamboard/readyboard, card stock from a 40k box, some bendy straws, a couple spare bits, and of course two flamers.
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This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 2017/10/31 06:49:36

Made in nl
Fresh-Faced New User


Nice start i guess. The only two things I would consider are. When the flamer is "used" dosnt it hit the rocket launcher? The other thing is that I would lose the gas cannisters under the flamers. The fuel is inside the turret i guess.

Good luck!
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