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1:35 M16 MGMC Meat Chopper Self-propelled anti aircraft gun - AFV CLUB

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The M16 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage, also known as the M16 half-track, was an American self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon built during World War II. It was equipped with four .50 caliber (12.7 mm) M2 Browning machine guns in an M45 Quad-mount. 2700 were produced by White Motor Company from May 1943 to March 1944, with 568 M13 MGMCs and 109 T10 half-tracks being converted into M16s as well. The chassis was derived from the T1E2 chassis, an earlier version of the M13. Based on an M3 half-track chassis, it replaced the M13 MGMC half-track after early 1944. As aircraft became more advanced, the usefulness of the M16 was reduced. In the Korean War, it was relegated primarily to the ground-support role, being put out of service in the U.S. Army in 1954. Nicknamed the "Meat Chopper", the M16 was famous for its effectiveness against low-flying aircraft and infantry, making it extremely popular with soldiers. It was used by the United States Army, the British Commonwealth, and South Korea. A similar version of the M16, the M17, was based on the M5 half-track and exported via Lend-Lease to the Soviet Union.


  • New develop model.
  • Precise photo-etched parts.
  • Rubber injection molding tires and track.
  • M45 quad-mount can turn 360 degree and pitch angle adjustable.
  • All doors can choose open or not.
  • Highly detailed engine.
  • Plastic sheet is ultra-tin.
  • Ammunition box carrying handle can behave dangling.
  • WWII early/late type sighting system and radio.
  • Including us army, polish armed forces and JGSDF decals.