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Flames Of War Wargame Model - 105mm Field Artillery Battery 1:100 Scale Vusbx09

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Flames Of War Wargame Model - 105mm Field Artillery Battery 1:100 Scale Vusbx09

Flames of War - 1:100 Scale - 105mm US Field Artillery Battery - VUSBX09 - Games of War. 105mm Field Artillery Battery (VUSBX09) includes one Command M16 team, one Staff team, one Gun section with three M101A1 105mm howitzers with crew one Small three-hole base, one Medium four-hole base & three Large six-hole bases. The M2A1 105mm howitzer was the mainstay of the United States artillery units during World War Two. First entering production in 1941, it quickly gained a reputation for its high degree of accuracy and exceptional firepower. Despite being developed during the 1920s, the gun didnt enter go production due to the surplus number of World War One vintage 75mm field guns that were still in service. The project was put on hold till the United States entered World War Two in 1941. Designated as the 105mm howitzer M1, further refinements were made during the course of the war with various designations. However, in 1962 the designation system for artillery changed and the 105mm M2A1 howitzer became known as the M101A1. The change in designation didnt detract from its performance in any way during the course of the conflict in Vietnam. While the M101A1 howitzer has been retired by the United States military; it continues to see service with many armed forces spanning the globe. Gun designed by Karl Cederman Figures designed by Evan Allen Ages 14+
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