Baby Rock - 380 ACP

Baby Rock - 380 ACP

51912

MSRP $460

The Baby Rock has a 3.75" barrel and weighs in at 1.62lbs loaded. Includes stable low profile angled sights designed for consistent accuracy and reliability. Front and rear CNC angle grooves are cut for cyclability in times of need. Add comfortable dovetail grip safety and polymer checkered grips and you have a lifelong compact 1911 at a great price.

Caliber

Caliber
.380 ACP

Capacity

Capacity
7 Rounds

Sights

Front
Mounted on dovetail cut
Rear
Snag free style, mounted on dovetail cut

Weight

Unloaded
1.47 lbs / 667 grams


Dimensions

Length
6.62 inch / 168 mm
Height
4.62 inch / 117 mm

Grips & Finish

Grip
Rubber
Frame
Parkerized
Slide
Parkerized


Barrel

Length
3.75 inch / 96mm
Grooves
6

Other Features

Trigger Pull
4 - 6 lbs. / 1.81 to 2.72 kgs.
Length of Twist
1 in 16"


Gun Test: The Rock Island Armory Baby Rock .380 ACP

Do you like the 1911, but the weight of Old Slabsides is a bit much for daily carry? Want a smooth-shooting single-action pistol but the .45 ACP generates too much kick for your taste? Rock Island Armory has introduced a gun it would like you to try out.

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Richard Johnson Writer, Personal Defense World

Rock Island Armory's Baby Rock .380 - 1911: Full Review!

"I've been very, very impressed with the quality level of this firearm at the pricepoint that it comes in at."

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Firearm Patriot

Cool, Classic, and Cute in .380 ACP

John Moses Browning’s timeless 1911 pistol in all its countless variations stands in resplendent testimony to the man’s mechanical genius. The 1911 has been tweaked, twisted, and customized unlike any other handgun design in history. Now thanks to the good folks at Armscor, the classic Browning pistol has also been miniaturized and marketed in this country under the Rock Island Armory banner. As these guys make more 1911 handguns than anyone else on the planet, we can reasonably expect their new pocket pistol to be nicely executed.

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Will Dabbs MD American Handgunner

RIA Baby Rock 1911 A1 380 Review

We got our hands on the "Baby Rock" from Rock Island Armory. A 1911 A1 chambered in and scaled to Browning's other cartridge; the .380 ACP. What a fun little gun!

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Graham Baates

Tested: Rock Island Armory "Baby Rock" M1911 A .380 ACP Pistol

Rock Island Armory, a division of Armscor, offers a broad selection of 1911-pattern pistols that can't be found anywhere else in the marketplace, including the company's proprietary .22 TCM,Tactical 10 mm and full-size .22 Mag. options. Last year, the company released a new reduced-size 1911 pistol for concealed carry. Nicknamed the Baby Rock, it’s chambered in .380 ACP.

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