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In the 20th century, the Kingdom of Sweden was well able to arrange for proper defense measures. And this involved not only reasonable geopolitics but also activities aimed at the formation of its army and the development of its armaments industry. This development, coupled with pragmatism and high-technology culture – typical of Scandinavians, bred many types of armaments, which were ahead of their time on the one hand, and turned out to be long-lasting and well-suited to the Swedish tactics and landscape features on the other. Probably the best examples of the above are a support weapon in the form of the Carl Gustaf recoilless rifle and the NLAW grenade launcher. LAND FORCES

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