Rock Island Armory 22 TCM

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posted on January 13, 2014
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President and CEO of Rock Island Armory, Martin Tuason, took the time to talk about the company's 22 TCM at SHOT Show 2014's Media Day at the Range.

This year Rock Island will be releasing a single-stack, concealed-carry pistol designed exclusively for the Armscor 22TCM ammo, as well as continuing production of the original TCMs with the 9 mm conversion and the high capacity, 17-round dedicated TCMs. You can expect some serious stopping power from the 40-grain hollow point at about 10 inches in ballistic gel. The 22 TCM ammunition has hardly any recoil making for a lighter firearm.

For more information, go to us.armscor.com.

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