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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP10 Jan 2022 4:39 p.m. PST

"The odd-looking De Lisle carbine was the Frankenstein monster of rifles, made up of pistol, rifle, and submachine gun parts.

The De Lisle rifle was designed to arm British Commandos for secret, silent operations in Europe during the Second World War. And the rifle, actually a carbine, filled a special niche role: it was small, light-weight and most importantly, one of if not the quietest rifle produced during the Second World War…"

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