3D model of an American portable chemical weapon system that was designed for close-range infantry support during World War II. It was used to clear out enemy bunkers, caves, and other fortified positions, by projecting a stream of burning fuel. The flamethrower weighed around 40 pounds when filled with fuel and had a range of about 20-40 meters. It used a mixture of gasoline and diesel, which was ignited by a pilot flame and then forced out of the nozzle by pressurized nitrogen. The M2 Flamethrower was a very effective weapon, but also had a high risk of causing harm to the user, as the fuel tanks could be punctured and explode. The M2 Flamethrower was used by the United States military until the 1970s.
3D model based on the original dimensions of a real weapon. All model files were "smoothed". We can provide product files with un-smoothed geometry by your request.
All main parts of the model are separated objects. Therefore, you can easily change all materials. We provide several formats for each model, most of them are available by default.
* textures included in the set;
* images rendered with using V-Ray plugin (we don't include lighting and environment to a set).