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Chaika Drone . The Chaika was developed as a response to the Gaufranian SHADOW drone. Compared to it, it is a bigger and much more sturdy design. . The Chaika is a autonomous drone, using nano muscles that are much more silent than servo motors. The nanocells can deflect small arms fire and can repair themselves overtime. The sensors of the drone can see through thinner walls and can designate a target up to 1200m. On relatively smooth terrain it can reach speeds of 80km/h. The standard version uses a 12.7mm HMG and two blades for cutting through everything. I love all these greebles. This is the Stalker, equipped with a silenced 7.62mm MG. Combined with the quiet nanomuscles and the dual blades, it is ideal for recon and other jobs that require silence. The Sharpshooter utilizes the biggest gun, a 20mm semi-auto gun. It is ideal for long range-suppresion and precision shooting. Thanks you for viewing! The main pic took 6 hours to render! Also, credit for Brian Kescenovitz for the Csek concept, which I based this machine on.


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