AirTronic wins launcher contracts
AirTronic has been awarded new contracts from undisclosed customers in the Asia-Pacific and European regions for its rocket launchers and grenade launchers, it announced on 3 October. The orders comprise foreign military sales and direct commercial sales.
The company's latest contract is worth $4.2 million, under which it will supply its M203 40MM grenade launcher to an allied military customer. The lightweight, stand-alone launcher comes with a collapsable stock and features a leaf sight and quadrant sight.
AirTronic USA will also supply its Precision Shoulder-fired Rocket Launcher (PSRL) and accessories to a European military under a contract worth $5.5 million. The 40mm anti-tank weapon is based on the RPG-7 and has a maximum range of 1,000m. Its available accessories include a storage kit, cleaning kit, pistol grip, various available sights, and a field carrying kit.
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