The Gauntlet Military Corporation used to be a group of mere mercenaries (descended from DSM) who would fight for money. Now, we are an official corporation that will not only fight for money, we'll sell weapons as well! If you need to get rid of some pesky natives, just call us, and our Lawyers will handle any shadowy legal bits.
GMC Condor RlG3
Armament includes two small machine guns for mowing down enemy fighters and infantry, and two massive targeting-computer-aided splatterguns for taking out large crowds, or large vehicles. Leaves a nasty mess afterwards, but nothing our Lawyers can't help you with!
The cockpit does indeed open, allowing the pilot to get in and out.
The Condor does not present a particularly large profile, making it a smaller target for enemy anti-air weapons.
Here you can see the armor specially patterned for radar deflection.
The underside is well armored as well, allowing your troops to not worry about ground-based attacks.
Part of the armor on the underside slides back to reveal a port.
That port is in actuality a cargo attachment, allowing the gunship to carry anything with a compatible socket, including the Raptor MTC.
Furthermore, the new leg design allows this mechsuit to be fully parkable! Now you can drop in for a bite to eat at your favorite restaurant on your way to your daily massacre!
A socket on the back of the Raptor allows our Condor RlG to airlift the Raptor. The Raptor then doubles as additional weapons systems.
Here our pilot demonstrates the new flexibility in the leg systems.
The Peregrine has been further modified with jump jets for extra bursts of speed.
We at the GMC salute you!
Note: The Peregrine has been updated with a standard-issue Smoke Transparent viewplate.
These are the two main parts of the hull, and make up the framework for the entire gunship.
These are the sides that face outwards; down and up respectively. The studs on the upper portion are for attachment of the greebley bit:
This is the profile of the greebley bit that goes on top. The purpose of this section is just to make the thing look nicer and to add a place to attach the windscreen.
Here is the greebley bit attached to the upper part of the hull.
Here is the lower hull attached to the upper hull, as well as the carry port that will fill in the space in the lower hull.
Attached to its hinge in the lower hull and more or less flush.
Cockpit. The bit in the middle is from some old sets, and I'm lucky enough to have 2, 3, maybe 4. I can't find it on Bricklink, so maybe someone else can?
Here is the cockpit attached to the hull.
Interior framework of the repulsorlift pods. Of course, you can replace them with anything you like.
Pods and splattercannons attached to the stubby wings. Note: the splattercannons are attached to the middle technic beam of the upper hull.