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1911 - FS - A1 - 9mm - 10rnd - Blued Finish - ACT-MAG

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MODEL - 1911



FINISH - Blued Finish


The Rock Island Armory A-1 1911 Full Size Magazine is a standard factory replacement magazine. This magazine is for A-1 1911 models chambered in 9 mm and holds 10 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:
9 mm
10 Rounds
Steel magazine body
Polymer base plate
Blued Finish
Rock Island Armory Full Size A-1 1911 chambered in 9 mm and like 1911 clones.



**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

Round Capacity:
10 rounds and under

5 Reviews

  • 5
    RIA 1911 9mm approved

    Posted by Gerald bryant on Nov 19th 2022

    work flawlessly no feeding issues well constructed look great a perfect match for my RIA 9mm.

  • 5
    Great Mags

    Posted by Gene Preuss’ on Nov 12th 2022

    I love these magazines. They work great, and never any feed problem from these metal mags

  • 5
    1911 FS A1 9mm 10 rnd Blue Finisf ACT Mags

    Posted by Louis Tramelli on Nov 10th 2022

    The Mags arrived quickly and work flawlessly. I am very satisfied.

  • 5
    10 rd. 9MM Magazine

    Posted by Jessie McCall on Nov 9th 2022

    Great magazine.

  • 3
    Feeding issues

    Posted by Randy on Jan 9th 2022

    The rounded off top of the follower instead of the flat or concave follower top maybe the reason for the feeding issues. The Mec-Gar mags which have a flat follower top work great.