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F-302
Space Fighter
About this creation
The design for the F-302 was reverse engineered from Goa'uld Death Glider using Earth technology. During the ships development, the computer systems were contracted to private companies like Colson Aviation which designed the engine control systems. Like most small ships in the stargate universe, it has no shields and is mainly used to defend larger vessels like Prometheus and Daedalus.
The X-302 prototype was equipped with compact hyperdrive engines designed to be fueled by naquadriah. The naquadadriah proved too unstable to compensate for however, and the ship is only capable of short tactical jumps.
The F-302 is equipped with air to air missiles modified for use in space and enhanced with naquadah and a shield modulator that should help it bypass shields. The modulator has not been effective against Ori shields. The F-302 also has projectile cannons.
The F-302 is equipped with inertial dampeners that reduces the effects of g forces on the body of its pilots. In the episode "Ethon, it is revealed that an exploding F-302 causes an electromagnetic pulse that results from the explosion's interfering with the artificial gravity created by the inertial dampeners.
F-302s also have clamps that allow them to attach to the hull of a ship as seen in the Stargate Atlantis episode "No Man's Land".

Real F-302







Front Shot







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Side








Pilots







Pilots at Controls







Inner Consoles




Comments

 I like it 
  January 16, 2014
This is pretty cool :) I like stargate :D
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  July 15, 2010
it's very good, but you should have made it grey.
  August 2, 2009
hey just wondering if you ever made one in grey instead of black
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  January 18, 2009
nice man , but stargate atlantis is cancelled now?!!?!?!
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  January 6, 2009
Great job. The cocpit could use some work bt apart from that great job.
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  October 4, 2008
Cool F-302 , check out my new atlantis it is my best one yet.
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  May 23, 2008
It looks like the real model, very good ! I will look to your next MOCs , Thanks for the reviews :-)
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  April 11, 2008
Very good indeed. However I don't remember the Tau'ri having shield modulators. If they did, why don't the Ha'taks get blown up by X-303/304 nukes?
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  March 29, 2008
sweet, looks almost like the real thing!
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  March 2, 2008
This is a great moc, but you can tell from the pieces that you haven't any new legos in the last 5 years. nice work.
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  January 23, 2008
cool, but the canopy is not good. check out mine, i has an X-wing canopy but can still fit 2 minifigs!
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  January 23, 2008
Nice 302, keep them coming!
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  January 15, 2008
Great replica! I personaly think you should take all your models apart and build one huge fighter, but that's just my opinion
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  January 12, 2008
I really like this one. It looks like a real military jet, and it's color schemed. Make more like this one!
  January 12, 2008
I'm afrai yourbackground desription of the moc is actually better than the moc itself. However, the shape is difficul and i'msure lego deigners couldnot do it well. You have done well to produce such a ship. I take it yor pieces are limited? Good work!
 
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