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You love to hit the target. You value protecting your home and the people in it. You understand the meaning of what makes a truly great firearm. Armscor-Rock Island Armory is a best-fit manufacturer for the pistols, rifles, shotguns and ammunition you need for your concealed-carry, home-defense, self-defense and competition shooting lifestyle. Pack something that brings true heat.

The way we see it, everyone should have the right and the means to shoot. That’s why we build so much value into our products. It’s not about cutting corners to make a less expensive gun. It’s about delivering performance at a price that makes shooting affordable. Plus, our firearms are SOLID AS A ROCK.

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Armscor's forebear established in Philippines

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How To Select The Best Ammo For Your 1911

Have you ever thought about getting involved in competition shooting? It’s a great way to sharpen your skills and meet other passionate shooters. It might seem a bit intimidating at first but once you get acclimated the experience can be rewarding.

So where do you get started?

Whether you’re shopping at a physical location or online, you’ll find numerous brands and types of ammunition. Outside of caliber differences, ammo also varies between the materials used in the casing, bullet, the amount of powder used. Sometimes guns are finicky with certain types of ammo. For example, a gun might not feed hollow points (HP) as reliably as full metal jacket (FMJ) rounds.

A good gun will run any ammo you feed it (as long as it’s the right caliber of course!) but some ammunition serves some purposes better than others. If you need help cutting through the fog, here’s what you need to know when selecting ammo.

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