Estonian army buys disposable grenade launchers from Spain worth $35mn

The Estonian military will buy Spanish-made C90 disposable grenade launchers and ammunition from Spain's Instalaza company as part of a five-year contract worth $35 million, local media report. Previously, the army took a delivery of Instalaza’s projectiles with armor-piercing and anti-bunker warheads. The first batch of C90s was supplied to Estonia back in 2009, and was used by Estonian troops in Afghanistan.