Special Interest Arms
Special Interest Arms
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Special Interest Arms 07/C2

We are Integral Suppressor and Enfield conversion specialists!
Please click the menu link at the left for product details.

De Lisle replica with 1942 English Half-penny in the butt/

Why make integral suppressors?*

We supply integral suppressors (Silencers) on many types of actions.
Making the suppressor integral to the action has several advantages.
1. Only one $200.00 tax stamp instead of the two required for a suppressor and Short Barrel Rifle (SBR).
2. More volume to reduce the shot report in a safer low pressure system.

3. Shorter overall length compared to a screw-on design.

4. Better balance as the added weight remains further back, closer to the balance point. 
5. The design is optimized for the one caliber since the suppressor will never be used for any other.

*Definition of an integral suppressor.

The suppressor tube is permanently attached to the barrel so that it's length counts for overall length per ATF regulations.

Why use the Enfield action for conversions?

Until fairly recently the Enfield actions have been relatively inexpensive and plentiful.
Their two-piece stocks design and wide magazine well make them easier to work with for conversions.
The No. 1 Mk. III Enfield is the only correct action for a proper De Lisle replica.

Machine guns and title one firearms for sale are listed on the Updates and Sales page.

Contact us.

 Shop visits are by appointment only as we do no local retail.

E-mail: sia@pyramid.net

Special Interest Arms
1422-A Industrial Way
Gardnerville, NV 89410

Please refer to the item number (if shown) in all correspondence, it helps us track individual guns and accessories.
We do not list our telephone number on this site in an effort to reduce unrelated interruptions to our production.
Our telephone number is included with email correspondence.

We are a small company, we do not have a secretary to answer questions.
We have tried to anticipate and answer most questions via this site.

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The site will be updated as we learn what additional questions need to be answered.

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