RGM-111 Hardygun


Model number: RGM-111
Code name: Hardygun
Unit type: prototype artillery mobile suit
Manufacturer: Anaheim Electronics
Operator: Anaheim Electronics
First deployment: UC 0123
Accommodation: pilot only, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 15.9 meters
Weight: empty 9.8 metric tons; max gross 24.1 metric tons
Armor materials: Gundarium alloy ceramic composite
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 3,540 kW
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: 99,680 kg total (3 x 19,920 kg, 4 x 9,980 kg); vernier thrusters/apogee motors: 55
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown
Fixed armaments: 2 x vulcan gun, mounted in head; 2 x mega machine cannon, mounted in torso; 2 x 3-slot grenade rack, mounted on hips; beam saber, stored in recharge rack in backpack, hand-carried in use; 2 x double beam gun, mounted in forearms; beam cannon, mounted on backpack over right shoulder; shield
Optional hand armaments: none

Another product of Anaheim Electronics’ Silhouette Formula Project launched in UC 0123, the RGM-111 Hardygun visually resembled the F70 Cannon Gundam developed by the Earth Federation Forces’ Strategic Naval Research Institute. In terms of design and performance, however, the Hardygun was more of a cross between the RGM-109 Heavygun and the F71 G-Cannon. Incorporating stolen SNRI technology, Anaheim built the Hardygun with a high output reactor to power its beam weapons and a hardpoint system similar to that used on the F90 Gundam F90 series to more easily facilitate the changing of weapons loadouts.

Pilot: Kevin Forrest
First appearance: Mobile Suit Gundam Silhouette Formula 91 in U.C. 0123
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara




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Silhouette Formula 91 Info

Hiroshi Yasuda (manga)

Hiroshi Yasuda (manga)

1 volume

Manga Release:
Japan 08.05.1992 – 11.15.1993


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