T.N.K.I.T Round 1 Entry - Every Terrain Tank With Fully Automatic Turret

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Intro: T.N.K.I.T Round 1 Entry - Every Terrain Tank With Fully Automatic Turret

This is my entry for T.N.K.I.T. It's a very special little tank. This baby has fully independent suspension and it has a fully automatic gun on top which holds 15 shots and can shoot 1 per second with the flick of a switch. Hope you enjoy.

Step 1: The Gun

The gun shoots about 60 rounds per minute. In the video I only loaded a few because it takes a while to prepare and I had to get the perfect lighting and angle. The gun rarely jams and shoots 1-2 meters (3-6 feet) which is rather far for a fully automatic gun.

Step 2: The Rest of It

The suspension is independent and very strong. There is not, however, a motor to make it move forwards, so you have to push it by hand. This vehicle takes the term "tank" to a whole new level.

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    travwWhaleman

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    OH!!! Carlz!!! I didn't realize this was you! Well, I obviously have the same username. =p

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    Whalemantravw

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Yup. It's me. It's part of being the Name Changing Fool. You have to have different usernames for everything. IRC, Forums, Different Forums, et cetera.

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    WhalemanDJ Radio

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Who? What? I just haven't changed this username yet. I have a different one on KI, and I use a nickname for that one on IRC. But awhile back I used to have a new name every month. Then Mepain called me TNCF and said I couldn't change my name anymore.

    Then go make it. It's pretty good. It's better if you make the treads shorter, though. Easier turning. IE- Move the middle one back a space, and remove the front one.