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Rock Island Armory 1911 Tactical II FS 10 mm

New for 2013, this tactical slab-side is dressed and ready for hunting or self-defense.

Rock Island Armory 22 TCM

Martin Tuason of Rock Island Armory talks about the 22 TCM handguns and ammunition, and what new products you can expect to see on the shelves this year.

Rock Island Armory 1911 Tactical II

A modern interpretation of the M1911, Rock Island Armory's Tactical II provides consumers with a 1911 design that's chambered in 10 mm.

Dual Citizenship: The Rock Island Armory Story

From foreign shores to U.S. production, Rock Island Armory is a company with an intriguing history and heritage, but it also builds a comprehensive line of M1911 pistols to suit almost any need and budget.

Rock Island Adds Two New Tactical Compact Pistols

Both pistols—a .45 ACP and a 9 mm—are designed for concealed carry and have an MSRP of less than $760.

Rock Island Armory M206 .38 Special Revolver Review

This budget priced six-shot may not be the prettiest gun on the market but it is a smooth operator.

Tested: Rock Island Armory Baby Rock

The small Rock Island Armory Baby Rock, a reduced-size M1911 chambered in .380 ACP, is loaded with features typically reserved for more expensive 1911s.

Tested: The .22 TCM Cartridge

Whether hot-rodding an M1911 or mid-range varminting, the .22 TCM is poised to please. Anything with “Micromagnum” in its name was sure to get our attention.

A Look Back At The M1911 Double-Stack

The story of the “high-capacity” M1911 pistol began more than a quarter-century ago. Once the province of small makers for action-pistol sports, the wide-body M1911, though not as popular the original single-stack, is still going strong.

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