Like other improvised Resistance technicals, the Gunbus repurposes a common, civilian unit. Buses are usually employed as transports, requiring basic modification, but sometimes they are stripped to their chassis, providing space enough to mount heavy weapons.
Too large to mount on a wagon, the pre-war AA emplacement: the G88 flak cannon fires big, air-bursting shells to deal reliable destruction to enemy aircraft. Even before the Scourge invasion, crews were quick to realise that the weapon’s large calibre and decent rate of fire made it lethal against medium armour too. Today, Resistance groups have made the G88 a low-cost, reliable, mobile threat through the simple expedient of bolting it onto a bus chassis.
More rarely, groups have discovered and repurposed a formidable piece of pre-war crowd control tech: the Sonic Deterrence Cannon. Originally, these were towed into position, usually around government buildings and unpopular corporation HQs. The weapon’s beams could be swept over a crowd of thousands, inducing headaches, nosebleeds, defecation, and vomiting. While this area effect has fringe uses militarily, most Resistance techs have modified these to project a focused beam of intense sound potent enough to cause total loss of capability, brain haemorrhage, and finally death, even through walls.
Contains 2 Gunbuses that can be assembled with either the G88 Flak Cannon or the Sonic Deterrence Cannon
Resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled. This kit will require cleaning and assembly, and could need some small holes filled. Any miniatures or scenery are shown for scale only and not included.