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ML-11 Artillery Gun
The Ml-11 is the Conglomerate's most common towed artillery gun.
About this creation


The Ml-11 Artillery gun is the Conglomerate's standard towed artillery gun. It is a medium cannon that can fire a large verity of shells.



It has a range of maximum 13 miles, but with the help of a rocket-assisted projectile, it can reach up to 18 miles.



It has the capability to fire High Explosive, White Phosphorus, toxic gas, Rocket-Assisted, or Depleted Uranium rounds.




The gun is very accurate, and works in tandem with recon vehicles and UAVs to find and kill it's targets.




The High Explosive shells are very dangerous to infantry, while the Depleted Uranium rounds are capable of piecing over 27 inches of tank armor. The White Phosphorus can be used to make a smoke-screen, and the phosphorus and the poison gas shells can be used as a nasty infantry killer. In this picture, the ammo box contains 16 anti-tank shells.




The Sl-119 "Armadillo" is the vehicle used to pull the Ml-11. It it is designed to pull up to 27 tons, but it has been know to be able to pull even more.



The SL-119 has a trailer hitch in the back to connect to the gun. it carries the ammo for the gun internally.




The Armadillo has 9 inch thick composite armor, as well as bullet-proof windows.



The vehicle has two side-doors and a top hatch.



The Armadillo and the ML-11 connected.



Another picture.



Yet another picture.



A small battery of Ml-11s. The gun in the back is unloading.



A different view of the guns.



A side view of the battery.

Artillery (Light) - Cheap
Speed: 0
Range:9
Amour: 5
Accuracy: 16
Rate of Fire: 10
Stealth: 5
Mobilization: 5


Support Land Units (Trucks, Medical, Supply Vehicles, etc.) Cheap
Speed: 10
Amour: 10
Cargo Hold: 10
Range of Support (How far out can it go to support?): 10
Medical Response (How fast can your field doctor operate?): 10


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I made it 
  June 18, 2011
Quoting Dreadnought o_o I like the cannon a lot, and you did a good job on this, but most modern cannons have a range of under six miles. I dont think you will be able to use the cannon with a range of 18 miles due to the fact its unrealistic for that size. Maybe for a cannon that big a range of 8 miles max would work, but in conflict you would need a much bigger gun for such a range.
Sorry, I should have been more clear that I was talking about maximum range. And the 18 miles is for a rocket assisted projectile. A rocket assisted projectile is basicly a shell with a built in rocket, which increases the range of the projectile. I based the range off of the The US Army's M198 howitzer, which can fire a RAP up to 18 miles. Also, the Soviet M1955 howitzer has a effective range of 11 miles, and up to 15 with a RAP. I am not trying to be rood, I am just trying to show that modern guns can fire farther than you think. However, if you can show proof they can't fire that far, I will agree to lower the range.
 I like it 
  June 18, 2011
I like the cannon a lot, and you did a good job on this, but most modern cannons have a range of under six miles. I dont think you will be able to use the cannon with a range of 18 miles due to the fact its unrealistic for that size. Maybe for a cannon that big a range of 8 miles max would work, but in conflict you would need a much bigger gun for such a range.
 
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