Richard Fabbri: I have heard great thing about rock island!!!
breakaleg82: Well after coming out from under my rock this past weekend I met with the guys from Rock Island at the NRA convention in Nashville and was informed of the 22 TCM for the first time (I know I'm late, I said I was under a rock). After hearing about the performance of the round and the fact that it came with a 9mm barrell as well all for around a $600 price mark. I was sold. Most of the information given came not from a Rock Island rep but from an enthusiast in the crowd that was passing by. Awesome firearm!
grumpybill: Is it possible to swap out the .22tcm slide for an .45 slide using the same lower?
Tod Orp: Thanks, very good video. Can you compare it in another video with 22magnum and 5.7x28. E.g. GSG makes 1911 22mag.
Tony Trombley: I just got mine in and used both barrels without changing extractor. Mine is the rock island 1911 22TCM A2. So ya the New 1911 TCM do not need extractor changed on the A2..home this helps. I love mine
Frank Napolitano: To be honest I really do NOT CARE for the TCM 223 Short caliber offering ! I just wish Armscor would offer this 1911 in 9mm for a much lower price point. I want all the great features this gun has to offer like the NEW front Fiber Opitc Red sights, the rear target sights, the NEW Mag Well Funnel, plus the high cap 9mm magazine !....Please Just leave out that TCM .22 Package which I will never want to use in the first place because I don't want to spend more MONEY on the EXCLUSIVE AMMO.... and frig around with changing the extractors !!!!....:>)
Crosstimbers Okie: Great video!! Thanks.
TRUTH MASTER TONY: You said it well my friend, high quality, low price. Rock Island Armory.
jacob manalang: i wanted the single stack of this but i couldnt find it in stock and i got so pissed i bought a kimber 9mm 1911 so i didnt have to buy a new caliber HAHAHAHA so i spent more but that kimber pro tactical ii is pretty nice
Владимир Жириновский: Два калибра
Roe Shambeau: I recently found and bought this pistol used, for $349 with two mags and a free box of ammo sans the 9mm barrel but with both the recoils springs at my semi-local gun shop. This may be a quirk and Ive found no info on Google or Youtube about it but the recoil spring that was installed in the pistol when I purchased it was the 9mm one. I would have gone on shooting this thing without knowing untill one day, after about 60+ rounds I had ONE failure to eject. The round partially ejected and the slide bit down on the brass. At the time I didnt think anything of it untill it happened a week or so later. When I took it back the guy at the shop filled me in about the different springs and spring weights. When they bought the pistol on a trade-in the original owner hadnt even bothered to swap the springs out when they had in chambered for 9mm. You could tell by the wear and such that the 22 TCM spring hadnt even been touched. From what i understand, the reason the original owner traded it in is because of the fact he would have an occasional malfunction from not even bothering to swap the springs out. I am amazed that I presonally have put 200+ rounds through the pistol with only TWO failures on the 9MM spring. Just wow!
Billy Edmonson: The newer guns are being shipped with only one extractor.
XXX: 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 saying.
The Green Man: Great info on this 1911. I have been looking at a few dealers that carry this in my area and some of the user reviews state that you have to also change the extractor when you convert the barrel and spring to 9mm. Some say this is correct and others stated theirs only came with 1 extractor marked 22TCM and it works for both calibers. All said the pistol and caliber kicks ass.
bubba fett: Thank you for the review. Earlier today I asked Mrgunsngear about a review of this handgun and he pointed me your way. It answered all of the questions I had about the weapon itself, the TCM cartridge, and how RIA worked the 9mm into the package. Subscribed.
D Dun: It's not a neck down 9mm,
Просто Прохожий7: wow 2 in 1
Conrad Luznar: How about reviewing the Bersa BP380cc ?
Hunter Wall: right around 1:05, I'd like to submit a correction: it's a necked-down and shortened .223 Remington, not 9x19mm.
RVM451: Do they offer a Single Column .22 TCM 1911A1s? …..RVM45
Rock Island Armory 22 TCM Micromag 1911 Pistol5
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