The Rock Island Armory 1911 Tactical .45ACP Is a value driven firearm. Owners of this firearm are afforded the ability to tap into one of the most time tested and proven designs the gun world has ever known, and do so with modern features and modifications at an excellent price point. The price point that Rock Island Armory offers the Rock Island Armory 1911 Tactical .45ACP is relatively unheard of. But it's not just a bargain basement 1911, all signs and feedback in the shooting world seem to be pointing to the unexpected quality of the firearm. It's not everyday that you find a 1911 that functions and fires just like all the rest for around half of the price of its competition.
The Rock Island Armory 1911 Tactical .45ACP features a beavertail safety, extended ambidextrous thumb safeties and low-profile sights, just like all the other semi custom manufacturer's models. But it is the fully parkerized finish and the custom trigger and hammer, the lowered and flared ejection port and the still classic looks of this gun that makes it a great value. An 8-rd. standard magazine rounds out the package. The Rock Island Armory 1911 Tactical .45ACP is a full sized model 1911.
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