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1911 Baby Rock - CS - A1 - 380 ACP - 7rd - Stainless Steel - METALFORM

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MODEL - 1911 Baby Rock

CALIBER - 380 ACP

ROUND CAPACITY - 7rd

FINISH - Stainless Steel

MANUFACTURER - METALFORM

The Rock Island Armory Baby Rock Magazine is a standard factory replacement magazine. This magazine is for Baby Rock 380 models chambered in 380 ACP and holds 7 rounds of ammunition. It is made of steel and is made to Armscor/Rock Island Armory specifications and tolerances, using the same manufacturing and materials as the original equipment magazines, ensuring perfect fit and operation.

 

Specifications and Features:

380 ACP

7 Rounds

Stainless steel magazine body

Stainless finish

Fits: Rock Island Armory Baby Rock 380 ACP 1911.

 

**We do not ship, sell, or offer for sale any magazines to anyone in these states or anyone using a billing address in these states.

California: Over 10 rounds

Colorado: Over 15 rounds

Connecticut: Over 10 rounds

Hawaii: Over 10 rounds that may fit a handgun

Maryland: Over 10 rounds

Massachusetts: Over 10 rounds

New Jersey: Over 15 rounds

New York: Over 10 rounds

Washington D.C.: Over 10 rounds

Illinois: Over 10 rounds

Caliber:
380 ACP
Round Capacity:
10 rounds and under

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Exactly as ordered, factory mags.

    Posted by Lauren Homelvig on Jul 21st 2022

    Very good service. Arrived in less than 3 days. I would recommend Advanced Tactical to anyone.

  • 4
    Difficult to load ammo

    Posted by David on Jun 14th 2021

    The magazines are made of excellent materials. The original magazine that was included with the purchase of my BBR works perfectly. However, I purchased 2 additional mags that have a larger, heaver spring and measures about .004" less in width. Therefore, difficult to load some ammo and have had lots of jams. Testing different ammo (limited availability) and most difficult to load are hollow point and flat point.