2. The M3E1
The Carl Gustav is a lightweight anti-armor system, and the M3E1 is essentially the newest generation of that technology. In 1946, its namesake inventor created it for the first time.
It appears to be nothing more than a rocket launcher. It’s a recoilless rifle that can fire a variety of 84-millimeter rounds. Only one soldier will be able to operate the weapon. However, an extra soldier is frequently sent along to carry ammunition and reload. It has both fixed iron and optical sights, and it can also be utilized with an image intensification system for nighttime use.
The most recent version produced in 2017 can fire loads of different rounds and can also be used together with an intelligent targeting system and ammunition that can be programmed. This new design is also lighter and ergonomically designed compared to its previous ancestors.