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The M-163 is a self propelled anti aircraft gun (SPAAG) used by the Kolin Army and Marines and first saw service during the Anarchy War. The M-163 is one of the many variants of the M-113 armoured personal carrier but this version is equipped with the ATAT Radar system and a KG-61 vulcan rotary cannon making it great for shooting down low flying aircraft. However the M-163 didn't see wide spread usage until the Kolin-Obcy War where it was on of many anti aircraft tanks deployed to shoot down any Obcy Wad fighters and keep the skies clear. Since the M-163 is a variant of the M-113 Obcy Wad pilots flying OF-84 head hunter which are specially designed for hunting down and destroying anti aircraft vehicles usally mistakes the M-163 for a regular M-113 which gives the M-163 an element of surprise and a large kill count. However the M-163 wasn't made in large numbers compared to its fellow AA vehicles due to the M-163 using the M-113 chassis which was the Kolins main armoured personal carrier so the regular M-113 was give proity over the M-163 but despite the draw back the M-163 was so effective and useful it made up for the limited production.

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KG-61 Vulcan Rotary Cannon:

The KG-61 Vulcan is a electrically driven, six-barrel, air-cooled, gatling-styled rotary cannon which fires 20 mm diameter bolts of plasma at an extremely high rate of 6,000 rounds per minute. The KG-61 is the principal cannon armament of the Kolin military fixed-wing aircraft and this weapon serves as 's main armament.

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