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Old 04-13-2011, 11:19 PM   #1
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Are Armalon rifles available in the U.S. ? They are based on the enfield action and in pistol cal. in think. Can't seem to find much info on web,searched the various auction sites to no avail. Have seen pictures of the De Lisle carbine [really cool] I think the Armalon is patterned after.

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Old 04-14-2011, 12:15 AM   #2
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Have not seen one here- but have not seen a lot of things. Why not ask them? Armalon - Contact Us

They seem a bit pricy at around $1,200.
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Going to their site,Thanks

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Thanks for the info; have emailed them. The price I was not aware of,I was thinking $500ish. Out of my budget at that price.
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Thank you for your enquiry,



Unfortunately we do not sell our firearms in the US at the moment, due largely to bureaucracy and the onerous products liability insurance we would have to take out. Itís a shame, and in the future if we can manufacture in America, things may be easier.



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Peter Sarony

Armalon Limited

44 Harrowby Street

London W1H 5HY
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