Inert anti-tank training grenade for Carl Gustaf recoilless anti-tank rifle inert ordnance
Inert anti-tank training grenade for Carl Gustaf recoilless anti-tank rifle. The warhead is a
painted and used exercise grenade from the German Bundeswehr. All grenades were used and have
little damages from the shooting. The shels are in perfect original condition.
Inert ammo 100% free of hazardous substances.
The recoilless anti-tank rifle Carl Gustav was developed in 1941 by the Swedish arms manufacturer Försvarets Fabriksverk - FFV
(Now Saab Bofors Dynamics). In 1946 they increased the caliber to 84 mm and modified the grenade. In the 1950s, it was introduced at the Swedish military and received the name FFV Carl Gustav.
The Carl Gustav was exported to over 40 countries, including the Federal Republic of Germany,
USA, Austria and the UK.
Names of other States:
Germany: Heavy Panzerfaust 84 Carl Gustaf (Schwere Panzerfaust 84 Carl Gustaf)
UK: L 14 A1
Austria: antitank tube PAR 66/79 (Panzerabwehrrohr PAR 66/79)
USA: Ranger Antitank Weapons System RAWS M3