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I saw a replica of a De Lisle silenced .45ACP Lee (non functional siliencer) at the Tulsa show. It used a No.1 Mk1*** action. The rear sight was a sightly modified Mauser tangent.

It had no markings as to who might have made it. Did/or does Valkyrie Arms mark their arms a special way and where? It wasn't a bad job but the sights were wrong and the wood forestock was a thrifted version.
 

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The marking is on the underside of the tube between the sling mount and the handguard. Very lightly marked. I had to take about a dozen of pictures with a flash just to get a half way decent picture.





 

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Thank you very much--you have answered all my questions. Apparently it was not made by Valkyrie as it had a Mauser rear sight leaf and base. There were no markings in the location you show. It was a professional job but made by someone else that I am not aware of. Thanks again. p.
 
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