|blank cell||Delisle Commando Carbine|
|RATE OF FIRE||1 per 2 rounds|
|MAGAZINE CAPACITY||7 rounds|
|BASE RANGE||50 yards|
Developed for British special forces, the DeLisle Commando Carbine was used to silently dispatch enemy sentries. The carbine was designed with the Lee-Enfield bolt action mated to the barrel of a Thompson submachine gun fitted with a Maxim silencer chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge fed by a Colt M1911A1 magazine. The silencer was of such size to muffle most of the subsonic .45 bullet, and the bolt action was much more silent and accurate than the operation of automatic weapons. The only sound made by a Delisle carbine was the little "ping" of the firing pin as it struck the bullet primer.