GRAM 63 battle rifle
GRAM 63 kal 6,5mm 1962 401
|Place of origin||Sweden|
|Feed system||20-round magazine|
The GRAM 63 is a prototype battle rifle that was in trials to replace the Ljungman Ag m/42 semi-automatic rifle in Swedish Army service and was manufactured by the Carl Gustav corporation. However, it lost to the licence produced H&K G3 known as the Ak 4.
- Service rifle
- FM 1957 battle rifle
- Ak 5, the Ak 4's replacement and current service rifle of the Swedish armed forces.
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