The M109A2 is an upgraded version of the American 155 mm self-propelled howitzer, in service since the early 1960s. Undergoing various upgrades, most recently the M109A7, the M109 is the most common Western indirect-fire support weapon of both armoured and mechanised infantry divisions.

Manned by a crew of four, the M109A2 is armed with a 155 mm gun, capable of direct fire in case needed, in addition to a turret mounted .50 cal general purpose machine gun for self defence.

Various operators still deploy the M109 self propelled howitzer in combat such as the M109A3 variant, in service with the Lebanese Armed Forces. 

AFV Club M109A2 Self Propelled Howitzer features:

  • Highly detailed kit which can be built as the M109A3 variant out of the box.
  • Multipart lower hull chassis.
  • Highly detailed single piece, slide moulded turret.
  • Hatches on the turret can be assembled as open or closed.
  • Highly detailed .50 calibre M2 machine gun 
  • Workable torsion bar assembly system.
  • Multipart wheels with mid wheel undercut.
  • Single piece rubber tracks.
  • Clear parts for periscopes, head lights, and panoramic telescope.
  • Metal main gun barrel.
  • 1 PE fret.