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Rapier Missile Launcher (Lowpoly

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Included Formats
Blender v2.78
3D Studio
FBX
OBJ
Rapier_Launcher.psd
Photoshop file

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1138868
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:1,041
Vertices:1,675
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
Artist
TurboSquid Member Since April 2016
Currently sells 24 products
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Description
Rapier Missile Launcher

is a British surface-to-air missile developed for the RAF Regiment and the British Army. Entering service in 1972, it eventually replaced all other anti-aircraft weapons in Army service; guns for low-altitude targets, and the Thunderbird (missile),[4] used against longer-range and higher-altitude targets. It replaced Bofors guns and Tigercat missiles in RAF service. As the expected air threat moved from medium-altitude strategic missions to low-altitude strikes, the fast reaction time and high manoeuvrability of the Rapier made it more formidable than either of these weapons, replacing most of them by 1977. It remains the UK's primary air-defence weapon after almost 35 years of service, and its deployment is expected to continue until 2020.

Modeling type : Lowpoly

Modeling stats:
Weight       45 kg
Length       2.235 m
Diameter    0.133 m

Textures :
Rapier_Launcher_C.png   
Rapier_Launcher_AO.png
Rapier_Launcher_C.PSD

UVW mapping : Non-overlapping

Native file format :
- .blend
- .obj
- .fbx
- .3ds

Preview images rendered in cycles render blender v2.78, file with standard materials also included.

Model is easy to change to suit your needs, all objects, materials and textures have relevant names, Model pivot is placed at ground position,Real world scale.
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