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The Army Is Paying $87 Million for An Upgraded Carl Gustaf

U.S. Army weapons officials have awarded an $87 million contract to Saab for the latest version of its potent 84mm recoilless rifle, a devastating weapon against enemy bunkers as well as armored vehicles. The seven-year deal is for an indefinite quantity of the M3E1 Carl Gustaf multi-role, shoulder-fired weapon, according to a Saab news release. Initial deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2021. The M3E1 is lighter and more ergonomic than the M3 Carl Gustaf, a weapon system that's been a favorite for Army Special more


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