084f2db8c6 Defense media network. Luminous front and rear sight inserts are available for the iron sights when aiming at night, and an image intensification system may also be used. ^ "The Encyclopedia of Middle East Wars", p. Retrieved 15 November 2011. One person would carry the launcher and be armed with a pistol for personal protection, and the other would carry 56 rounds of ammunition and act as a spotter for the gunner. The U.S. PK: Defence.
Singapore: Replaced by MATADOR in 2013. . The AT-4 is lighter and cheaper but is made of reinforced fiberglass, while the M3's rifled metal/carbon fiber launch tube allows for reloading. While similar weapons have generally disappeared from service, the Carl Gustaf remains in widespread use today. In U.S. Carl Gustaf Recoilless Rifle A Carl Gustaf recoilless rifle of the Norwegian Army, on display in September 2010. A combination of light weight, low cost and widely varied ammunition types, makes the Carl Gustaf extremely flexible and able to be used in a wide variety of roles where single-purpose weapons like the M72 LAW passed out of service as newer tank designs rendered them ineffective. Austria Bangladesh Belgium Belize Botswana Brazil Burkina Faso Burma Canada Czech Republic Denmark: M2 called M/79, M3 called M/85. Commonly referred to as "Dysekanon" in the army. While the older HEAT rounds are not particularly effective against modern tank armor, the weapon has found new life as a bunker-buster with an HEDP round.