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21859 No. 21859 ID: 6a47c8
Everyone tells me my scissor lift APC build dream is retarded
.. now I understand it looks stupid and is very slow but hear me out

you could armor it up and sit up there with a sniper rifle..
orrr
you could roll it up to areas unacessable to cars and provide ground support with a mobile gun carriage ( also can throw shot up homies in it as a medical vehicle)
... you could even pull up to 20ft windows and R6S it up and window entry right?

im not really worried about people trying to tip over my armored giraffe on account of how dang heavy these things are and sniper rifle
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>> No. 21860 ID: 6a47c8
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21860
>>21859
they also have these tiny ones.. they look damn near bulletproof
and they are also a little faster and you cold even drive them through
a fucking door probably..
>> No. 21861 ID: b86a7d
>>21860
Having OPERATED these many, many times I can say: they're fucking slow.

Slightly above walking pace is max speed.

And they're pretty damn wobbly once the extendocock is extended.

>you cold even drive them through a fucking door probably..
Well, yeah, that's what they're designed for. Unless you get into the larger diesel powered models, but those are for outdoor use only.
>> No. 21862 ID: 03f678
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21862
Get a boom lift.

>They're faster and more manuverable.
>The forks can be replaced with a basket or be used for breaching doors.
>higher ground clearences
>> No. 21866 ID: 6a47c8
>>21862
Oh yeah those do look cool. do you think i should go for an articulating version or just the telescoping one?
>> No. 21867 ID: 6a47c8
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21867
there is this one I saw on Alibaba.. looks pretty heavy duty and it says its only $5,000 that can't be real right? how cheap are these mini tanks usually
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There's also this option. Pic related.

Let's be real, unless your ground support in the debris free streets of NYC, a scissor lift can barely traverse any terrain and will still probably die after crawling 2 miles in 30-45 minutes.

A boom lift or even a fork lift could work pretty well, also scissor lifts are only rated to life something like 500 lbs, fork lifts are rated to lift many thousands of pounds, they can pick up cars. You could armor a fork lift and it will still move.

I think it's a novel idea, just maybe start with something that's actually made to drive around.
>> No. 21888 ID: c61fc8
Please make sure you get properly trained on it, using a lesson plan with a written test, administered by a real trainer, and annotated on a competency card.


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