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NME  [Team Member]
4/19/2006 8:36:41 AM EST
Anyone ever heard of this before?









Armalon-Sarony PC Gallery Rifles

These unique compact bolt-action rifles combine the rugged reliability of the Enfield No.4 action with the convenience and economy of quick detachable magazine feeds in the most popular centrefire handgun calibres. They are available in original oiled beech woodwork with optional cheekpiece or with Monte Carlo style ‘ATI’ polymer stocks. These have gained a reputation for accuracy and adaptability, not only at the usual shorter pistol range distances but also out to 200 metres or more, as appropriate to each calibre.


As with the WWII de Lisle No.4 derivative, the Armalon ‘PC’s have a completely redesigned action. The PC’s shrouded bolt head and additional stabiliser improve ejection by means of the hinged ejector. Mag wells and latching arrangements are engineered for rapid deployment of the appropriate handgun type magazine, either using the standard mag latch push button or the optional ambidextrous speed latch designed to operate from an extended trigger finger.


The cock-on-opening Match Trigger option is highly recommended, as the mechanical advantages of the triple lever sear arrangement and shortened striker throw result in a crisp, clean, light and rapid trigger action.


The standard calibres range utilises staggered column magazines in 9mm, .38 Super, .40S&W, 10mm and .45Acp, plus others such as .41AE to special order. The magnum calibres range use modified Desert Eagle type magazines and include .357 and .44 Mag, plus others such as .41Mag and .50AE to special order only.

www.armalon.com/pc.shtml
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Foxxz  [Team Member]
4/19/2006 8:40:05 AM EST
Thats pretty neat. However, I couldnt see myself getting one. Would be nice if it helped bring down the price of .50AE

-Foxxz
Matthew_Q  [Team Member]
4/19/2006 9:22:31 AM EST
Nice! I could see something like that in .44mag as a brush/hog gun. How much do they cost??
NME  [Team Member]
4/19/2006 9:28:45 AM EST

Originally Posted By Matthew_Q:
Nice! I could see something like that in .44mag as a brush/hog gun. How much do they cost??



Here's their price list in British pounds...

Armalon PC (Pistol Calibre) Rifles


Calibre 1 rifles (9mm, .38 Super, .40 S&W, 10mm Auto, .45 ACP) are complete with two magazines.

Calibre 2 rifles (.357 Mag, .44 Mag, .50 AE) have one magazine.


Complete Rifles

arm-pc-001
PC Optical Model (no iron sights, no handguard), standard beechwood stock.  
£825.00

arm-pc-002
No.4T/L42 pattern beechwood cheekpiece fitted to PC Optical Model  
£49.00

arm-pc-003
PC Optical Model fitted with Advanced Technology Inc. black plastic stock inc. Monte Carlo Style moulded-in cheekpiece no handguard.  
£865.00

arm-pc-004
PC Iron Sights Model with beechwood furniture and matching handguard, front sling band and adj. winged foresight.  
£925.00

arm-pc-005
No.4T/L42 pattern beechwood cheekpiece fitted to PC Iron Sights Model  
£49.00

arm-pc-006
Armalon PC Iron Sights Model with ATI black plastic furniture (no handguard)  
£965.00

Magazines


arm-pc-009
Armalon optical sight bracket (accepts Weaver type rings or mount)  
£84.50

arm-pc-014
Extra magazine for .357, .44 Mag, and .50AE calibre 'PC' rifles.  
each £45.00

arm-pc-013
Extra magazine for 9mm, .38 Super, .40 S&W, 10mm Auto, or 45ACP calibre 'PC' rifles.  
each £25.00

Optional Additional Works


arm-pc-007
Ambidextrous magazine catch for Armalon PC - allows quick and easy operation of extended mag. Catch  
£49.00

arm-pc-008
Cock-on-opening conversion with Match trigger installation to PC rifle. (This option is strongly recommended).  
£115.00

arm-pc-010
Advanced Technology Inc. stock as separate kit prepared ton fit 'PC' rifle.  
£107.00

arm-pc-011
Extended speed safety catch conversion to 'PC' ( to original safety lever)  
£29.00

arm-pc-012
As arm-pc-012 but including replacement safety lever  
£39.00

arm-pr-1014
Modification to original bolt to accept Armalon custom bolt knobs  
£59.00

arm-pr-1015
Ball knobs - 25mm BK, 30mm BK, 32mm BK, 35mm BK  
£6.00

arm-pr-1016
Radiused knobs - 30mm RK, 35mm RK  
£10.00

arm-pr-1051
Inlet Anschutz type acessory rail to forestock  
£98.00

Accessories


arm-pr-cord01
Cordura pocketed "assault" type case  
from £39.00

wea-100
Standard Weaver rings 1" dia  
from £24.00

arm-pc-016
Green fleece-lined nylon slip to suit 'PC' rifles with/without scope/optic fitted.  
£16.00

gg-101
Gunguard single hard rifle case, plain black panels, foam lining 49" x 9" x4" (9.75 lbs)  
£74.00

gg-102
Gunguard hard #double rifle case, plain black panels, foam lining 52" x 11" x4" (12.68 lbs) #Min size for 'PR' rifle with 26" barrel and muzzle brake  
£80.00


Prices do not include carriage to your local dealer, required if you do not plan to buy your rifle in person from Armalon.


All prices subject to change without notice. Please read the site conditions of use for legal information regarding sales of firearms.
NME  [Team Member]
4/19/2006 10:08:26 AM EST
This place makes an AR upper in .50 AE like Tromix used to!

And a 10mm upper with a 35 round mag!!!

www.dalphon.com/conv.html

Foxxz  [Team Member]
4/19/2006 10:15:17 AM EST

Originally Posted By NME:
This place makes an AR upper in .50 AE like Tromix used to!

And a 10mm upper with a 35 round mag!!!

www.dalphon.com/conv.html




Tromix still does.

-Foxxz
NME  [Team Member]
4/19/2006 10:20:03 AM EST
From Tromix page:

Unfortunately Tromix needs to make room for newer ideas.
So we have discontinued the manufacturing of the following calibers:
440 CorBon Mag, 475 Tremor, 50 Action Express, 44 Rem Mag and 44 Auto Mag.
However Tromix's new ideas are just as impressive. Just look below at the items in the What's New section.

Right on the front page.


www.tromix.com/Welcome.htm
Rampant_Colt  [Member]
4/19/2006 12:05:35 PM EST
i don't mean to tear your thread down on a tangent . . .correct me if i'm wrong - but this is what you're stuck with if your government doesn't trust you with semi-auto firearms.

Matthew_Q  [Team Member]
4/19/2006 12:49:29 PM EST
Delisle carbine! THAT'S what it reminds me of... same basic concept. In WWII, they took a No4MkI and converted it to .45ACP, with an adapter to use USGI 1911 magazines. The barrel had an integral suppressor, so it was used for quick and quiet terminating of targets on covert operations.

There is some company somewhere making a reproduction DeLisle carbine...

NME  [Team Member]
4/20/2006 7:30:24 AM EST

Originally Posted By Matthew_Q:
Delisle carbine! THAT'S what it reminds me of... same basic concept. In WWII, they took a No4MkI and converted it to .45ACP, with an adapter to use USGI 1911 magazines. The barrel had an integral suppressor, so it was used for quick and quiet terminating of targets on covert operations.

There is some company somewhere making a reproduction DeLisle carbine...




I believe you mean this:



DeLisle Commando Carbine ™


Valkyrie Arms is proud to announce the production of a limited edition of this infamous firearm.

Designed to be a truly silent weapon, the DeLisle is considered by many to be the most effective firearm of its type ever produced.

With only 167 originally produced, the DeLisle is one of the rarest of the WWII firearms. Now, for the first time, collectors can own one.

Using original blueprints, our DeLisle is a dead-ringer for the original. Every detail has been painstakingly reproduced to make a truly authentic collectors piece.

Also available with dummy suppressor for non-Class III states.

Only $1,795 for the Suppressed Model.

Only $1,450 for the Dummy Suppressor Model.


www.valkyriearms.com/delisle.htm

Matthew_Q  [Team Member]
4/20/2006 8:23:37 PM EST

Originally Posted By NME:

Originally Posted By Matthew_Q:
Delisle carbine! THAT'S what it reminds me of... same basic concept. In WWII, they took a No4MkI and converted it to .45ACP, with an adapter to use USGI 1911 magazines. The barrel had an integral suppressor, so it was used for quick and quiet terminating of targets on covert operations.

There is some company somewhere making a reproduction DeLisle carbine...




I believe you mean this:

www.valkyriearms.com/images/delisle1.jpg

DeLisle Commando Carbine ™


Valkyrie Arms is proud to announce the production of a limited edition of this infamous firearm.

Designed to be a truly silent weapon, the DeLisle is considered by many to be the most effective firearm of its type ever produced.

With only 167 originally produced, the DeLisle is one of the rarest of the WWII firearms. Now, for the first time, collectors can own one.

Using original blueprints, our DeLisle is a dead-ringer for the original. Every detail has been painstakingly reproduced to make a truly authentic collectors piece.

Also available with dummy suppressor for non-Class III states.

Only $1,795 for the Suppressed Model.

Only $1,450 for the Dummy Suppressor Model.


www.valkyriearms.com/delisle.htm




Yup. That's Ed Zachary it. I'd love to have something like that... mmm... suppressed... mmmm....
aaronrb204  [Member]
4/21/2006 1:59:58 AM EST
or you can buy the .45acp conversion for your enfield from rhineland arms. the delisle was their inspiration.
VinnieBoomBah  [Member]
4/21/2006 2:11:22 PM EST
The Pound to dollar rate is about 1 to 1.78, so 925 (British) equals just over $1,600 U.S. dollars. Nice, but not THAT nice!
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