Rock Island Armory's TCM Series TAC Ultra MS HC is constructed from 4140 Ordnance steel finished with a durable parkerized coating. Built to drive the Armscor 22 TCM cartridge, it features a 4.25" barrel with penetrating impact and surprisingly light recoil. The TCM TAC Ultra FS HC earns respect for delivering a consistently high velocity payload with every tactical advantage. This pistol has a double-stack magwell with 17-round capacity, dovetail fiber optic front sight, LPA MPS1-type adjustable rear sight, skeletonized hammer and trigger with adjustable over travel stop and a crisp, 4-6 lb. pull. The TAC Ultra MS HC has a durable, black parkerized frame with featuring a full-length, under-barrel Picatinny rail; battle-ready G10 grips; and a black parkerized slide engineered with front and rear CNC angle grooves. This combo includes a drop-in 9mm accessory barrel to expand the load options for every target shooter.
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Action : Semi-Automatic
Caliber : 22 TCM/9mm Luger
Capacity : 17+1
Barrel Lengths : 4.25"
OAL : 8"
Weight : 2.35 lbs
Drop : Ambidextrous
Metal Finish : Black Parkerized
Barrel Type : Interchangeable
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Submitted By: Dwight O. On 05/17/2018
This model had pretty much everything I was looking for in a mid-size 1911 platform and everything except the 22TCM barrel was acceptable. After putting 30 rounds through it for the first time, I couldn’t get what I thought was some fouling out of the chamber end of the barrel. After putting the brush and swabs through the bore much more than I usually do, I got out the magnifying glass. The 'fouling' appears to be significant pitting. I've got photo's, however don't see a way to attach them. The issue goes around the entire circumference and exists to a lesser extent on the muzzle end. Looks like pitting to me, however the Armscor customer service explanation…”That is probably left over Parkerizing, and should go away as you fire more rounds through your Firearm”. Ticket closed. From my point of view, whether it is Parkerizing or pitting, there’s a significant quality control issue. Not only that, without actually evaluating the issue, is telling me to put more rounds through it safe? This is the second Armscor firearm I’ve picked up and probably the last which is disappointing since they manufacture variations of the 1911 that appeal to me. Buyers or owners should take a hard look at the barrel. However, that’s kind of a hard thing to do if you’re picking up a new firearm at the counter without gloves, a light source, cleaning kit and the patience of the seller/transfer FFL. Both firearms I’ve picked up are were heavily coated with preservative.
[2 of 5 Stars]