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I/SX-07 by hhello I/SX-07 by hhello
This is an armor addition to the basic I-07 GA unit ( [link] ) Basically the armor is just worn like regular armor on top of the basic exoskeletal frame of the GA itself. While being a modification of the I/S-07 ([link]) this unit is used for a different range of purposes while carrying out the predecessors' missions as well. This specific modification is for long range combat and sniping functions. Its fixed railgun is a product of experimental railgun technologies gone right. the railgun allows free movement of the GA's arms and manipulation of external objects and weapons. The chest piece is removed to improve mobility and the functions that were performed by the original chestpiece are now added on to the bolstered internal computers. A telescopic lens is fixed onto the improved railgun to improve target acquisition and sight. The improved railgun is improved to such a level that this unit is used to shoot down low-orbit satellites along side siege warfare and extreme range sniping functions.

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Land- 70~ mph
Marine- Take off only. Underwater functions nonexistent
Air- 200 MPH (Through jumps. Sustained flight impossible.)
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ksn-art Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
ho heavy frag master!
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hhello Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2012  Student Interface Designer
Hahahaha this is exactly for that purpose. =P
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unspacy Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2012
are all these marine mech?
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hhello Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2012  Student Interface Designer
As in used by the marines? These are universal modifications used by the different branches of the military.
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