Eight .44Mag Sarony PC Carbines where produced, two prototypes were discarded, with the remaining six being sold into circulation. This is one of those remaining six carbines. In superb condition having been extensively cared for by the current owner, this unique carbine has only seen moderate use and this is reflected in its overall condition, the bore is bright with sharp rifling, finish is 100% and woodwork is good. As part of the build, these Lee Enfield No4’s were extensively and cleverly modified by Armalon, with match trigger, cock on opening bolt, mag housing that accepts desert eagle mags and a Armalon scope rail. This carbine is available with seven desert eagle magazines and a set of weaver scope rings.
The receiver/action is in superb condition with no sign of wear or loss of finish. The receiver has been modified to successfully convert a .303 into a magazine feed .44 carbine . The right side of the receiver has been engraved with Sorony/Armalon and the carbines details. The seven desert eagles magazine are in new condition and have a 8rd capacity. It is fitted with a single pull trigger which releases at 4lb.3oz. The safety mechanism is identical and functions in the same way as the No4 and the receiver is fitted with a Armalon scope rail.
Breech block operates in the same way as a No4, however this is where any similarity disappears. The bolt face has been modified to accommodate the .44 cartridge and the bolt and cocking piece have been modified to “cock on opening”. Breech face is clean and the action functions, feeds and extracts without fault.
The floating 16.5” barrel, has a superb bore and sharp rifling. The barrel is not threaded, is fitted with No4 foresight configuration with no loss of external finish.
The rifle is fitted with a beech stock, cheek piece, traditional front and rear slings and two QD studs. Overall condition is very good with no markings.