Rock island armory

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Rock island armory

Post by Uber_petey » 14 Nov 2018, 11:10 am

Just wondering if anybody has any experience with the Rock Island Armory 22lr or 22wmr, and what their thoughts are on them. From what I understand, they are basically just an updated re-branded version of the Stirling rifles?
Obviously a pretty budget type of firearm, so I guess you couldn't expect them to perform flawlessly.
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Re: Rock island armory

Post by wrenchman » 14 Nov 2018, 12:35 pm

my son as a 1911 in 9mm it shoots good they are none for 1911s that dont cost alot
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Post by jovialjosie2002 » 23 Dec 2018, 1:54 pm

My Stirling is a wonderful gun. I wasnt expecting much for what I paid for it, the scope that came with it wasnt much, however, it has been great. I have ahot about 2,000 rounds through it, accuracy is amazing. No problems at all with feeding or function.
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Post by Harrynsw » 24 Dec 2018, 7:05 am

Bought one 6 months ago and sold it fairly quickly to make room in the safe. Waste of time, money and ammo. Bolt was very clunky, magazine moved around which got in the way of the bolt.

Junk.
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