RVM451: Do they offer a Single Column .22 TCM 1911A1s?
Hunter Wall: right around 1:05, I'd like to submit a correction:
it's a necked-down and shortened .223 Remington, not 9x19mm.
Romeo Bobadilla: How about an 20000 rounds firing,endurance test,put this gun in the water
for 10 minutes,cover it by sand and test fired for 15 rounds,drop it for
about 12 feet and fired for 15 rounds,glock,taurus,para ordinance tested
for 10000 rounds firing,what do youthink ,it will pass the test,after those
test we have to make a non destructive test for the whole parts of this
gun,NDT.if this gun pass the test i think philippine government will be
interested on this gun,remember berreta will fire 168000 rounds before the
replacement of the barrel,for me everybody are looking for quality guns
,even it is cheap or expensive,anyway thanks sootch for your very cool
videos your awesome.
Barry Winslow: Excellent vid........thanks
Irdu Lili: Neat story about Rock Island armory: Allegedly it was originally a Colt
manufacturing facility that was abandoned in WWII when the Japanese invaded
the Philippines. Flash forward to modern day, Armscor acquires the facility
and starts turning out these awesome budget priced 1911s. Mind you, I've
heard this 2nd hand, so someone jump in if I'm wrong, but it's a neat
Ben Graves: I love your videos, very informative, and not smug. I definitely like the
.22 TCM concept, thank you for the review.
Kim Tate: Like your reviews and I love my 45cal Rock Island 1911... I hate to see
these other people having problems.
Jake bowen: I own one of these guns it broke the ejector after 119 rounds fired. When I
contacted the company about it I was given the run around. Once I finally
got someone that would talk to me they were rude and unhelpful. After I
sent the gun in for repairs I was quoted 3 weeks turn around time. I still
don't have the gun back over a month later. I always thought rock island
was a decent company. But after this experience I would recommend thinking
twice about purchasing a gun from them. Poor quality and terrible costumer
TurboMitsubishi: Just to correct you, .22TCM it is not a necked down 9mm, it is it's own
Romeo Bobadilla: How about a 20000 round test firing
Jake bowen: Follow up to my previous comment. Ivan at armscor listened to my problems
with the 22tcm and took charge of it. He went above and beyond anything I
could expect. He made is making it right. If he follows through as well as
he has been so far I would recommend this company to anyone.
Badeye Bill: I'm confused on mine you have to change out the Extractor?? for extra Mags
and ammo you can get them @advancedtactical.com/.mine is much better as a
Ian McPherson: the only problem ammo and the price, odd ammo = high $$$$.
joash480: Ever thought of putting a ligjt on yhat lije q crimson trace lightguard? Im
curious to see what it looks or if even fits well.
Romeo Bobadilla: For me its a 223 short
Lawson11b: I've been watching all the .22 TCM videos I can... thinking about getting
my first 1911. I'm left with one question - does the .22 TCM damage AR500
Steel? I shoot Speed Steel and I was hoping to be able to use both the 9mm
and .22 TCM barrels ~Lawson11b
justin wiggins: Woah. Where's the blooper reel?
michael demarco: looks like a para lower with the tang on the grips
GILBERT MILLER: Ok I bought one, the Rock Island Armory 22 TCM. I shot 50 rounds of 22 TCM
and 50 rounds of 9mm and had to take the pistol back to the dealer for a
refund of my money. The 22 extractor broke a corner off and would not
extract the round, had to use a screwdriver to get the last 22 round out of
the barrel and the follower in the magazine locked the slide back before
the last round in the magazine could chamber so it could fire. The follower
did that with 22 and 9mm so it was a bad build job. The pistol performed
badly from the first shot to the last of the 100 rounds I fired. It's not
worth the cheap price I payed for it so don't waste your money....just
gymowner123: It's a necked down 223, not 9mm, the mags take either. The gun is accurate
but shoots a fireball, and is blinding, we will see how it sells
Kikoman D Santos: I am buying one! TY for the review. Great presentation!
Rich P: I am going to get one of these but none available I am told till the end of
January. :( Late Christmas gift for me.
rwico: It's always great to hear you say...."Be strong. Be of good courage. God
Bless America. Long live the Republic!" Rock Island Armory rocks!!!!
Nice video. Thanks for sharing.
tristan talves: Nice review
Alexander Medina: love all ur vids
Romeo Bobadilla: Nice videos
Jim Reed: I was able to have just a little milling on ejection port and was able to
add a third barrel in 38 super and new spring.
o2wow: The .22 TCM is based on the .223 Remington case, shortened so that the
shoulder is at approximately the same length as the case mouth of a 9x19mm
cartridge. The maximum overall loaded length is the same as a .45 ACP. The
cartridge is designed to feed from a Para-Ordnance style double column .38
Super or 9x19mm magazine. Currently only Rock Island Armory catalogs
firearms chambered in .22 TCM: a 1911 style semi-auto pistol (also
available with optional additional 9mm barrel and recoil spring), and a
bolt action rifle (which reportedly can use the same magazines as the
pistols); and only Armscor (the parent company of Rock Island Armory)
Patricia Bartunek: want one for my birthday :)
Jason S: good! Thanks.
Rey DeCastro: BTW. I love the "Smile and wait for the flash" comment.
Argelio Del llano: Not a 1911
Johnny Boy: wow first time i saw this one cool
Steve Jay: Nice Video on the RIA 22 TCM! I just order mine from cheaper than dirt, the
combo deal with both barrels. I bought the last 1 in stock... got lucky
cause they are hard to find.
batang08: How much is it?
Stuart Thompson: what is the use for the 22 TCM round ?
Rey DeCastro: Wow! This may be my alternative to the FN Five Seven.
biteme: Lol 40 mm
David Januszewski: Wow, a 22cal that out-performs the 9MM. Where the 9mm slug enters and
stalls, the 22cal swirls and tumbles, yes a great advantage over the 9mm.
There is a great future for this caliber..
mr.meaner: Man that guy has some hairy arms....
EPOKRITO KUNO: made in philippines baby
LMO MechTech: I came back to watch this again...great job, sootch00! I have had mine now
since watching this the first time and luv' the way it shoots!! Great fun
and a great gun to have fun with!
Goliathgauge88: I'm just nodding my head in agreement this whole vid. I'm a new FOID card
holder in IL. I just put a down payment on a used Llama .32ACP. Now I know
what my next auto loader will be. I didn't want to spend the big bucks
until I was sure. Thanks . Good vid! This 1911 is very practical.
James Amescua: Looks like a well build 1911.
3333glen: A guy at the range had one and I put a few rounds thru it. I liked it!
Not only more more flash, but more muzzle blast. But, it seems that what
we have is .22 WMR caliber, bullet, and velocity (thus .22 mag power) in a
pistol. Nice, but not unusual. I think that comes out to about 200 ft.lbs
muzzle energy, so like a .380 or soft .38 special. I wonder whether
Tnoutdoors9 has done a ballistic gel test. Might be a good SD round.
Oh, and he later explains that it needs its own brass, and not exactly a
necked down 9 mm.
David J Browning: This calibre blew my mind! I just got off the phone with my local gun
dealer and I have one ordered right now;)...
Mathew Peek: Actually the tcm is a necked down 223. Check out the website. But great
Omegaclass: love the all metal design. seems like a nice gun to own. has anyone ever
used the baby desert eagle? it all metal as well.
Butch Blaquera: made in the Philippines but they sell it here double the price.
Oleg Kuraev: GOOOOOOOD!!!!
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe