Saab has received an order for AT4 from NATO Support and Procurement Agency.

Saab has received an order for the anti-armour weapon AT4 from the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA).

The order value is approximately EUR 63 million and deliveries will take place 2026-2027. The order was booked in Q4 2023.

“Our AT4 stands out on the market as a highly sought-after and effective support weapon. We are honoured that the NSPA has trusted our products once again, and they can feel confident that they have a leading single-shot weapon that is robust and reliable,” says Görgen Johansson, head of Saab’s business area Dynamics.

Saab say that the AT4 series comprises a selection of easily manoeuvrable, lightweight, and disposable weapons designed for straightforward operation by a single soldier.

Capable of countering tanks, heavy combat vehicles, and threats within structures and fortifications, the AT4 also serves to safeguard fixed installations, supply points, and other critical assets.

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11 days ago

How does AT4 relate to NLAW?

Does this success come from NLAW results in Ukraine?

Paul T
Paul T
10 days ago
Reply to  lonpfrb

Its a different Weapon – more of a Lightweight Man Portable Recoilless Gun type System that the US Army has replaced the M72 LAW with.

10 days ago
Reply to  Paul T

Thanks, good to hear. Hopefully, US Army tested it a lot..

I hope it has a ‘soft start’ for use in built-up areas without the RPG-7 backwash that prevents use from within buildings.