Factory custom Armscor 1911s for airborne and medevac units

I am making 40 guns for this airborne unit. They are going to be delivered in Jan. engraving and a discount for the unit. I also did a set for a medivac unit, and joint operation special forces stationed in the Philippines. God bless our troops. May they stay safe during this holiday season. May they return to their families soon. Thank you for your sacrifice. Martin CEO

You have to admit, it’s pretty damn cool for the Martin Tuason, CEO of the company, to get his hands dirty and take care of orders himself, especially for a custom order like this.

Just gives us one more reason to like Armscor/Rock Island Armory, not just because their guns are solid, reliable, and affordable.

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