A few months ago a guy at the range had a 1911 in a caliber I'd never heard of. A .22 TCM. I guess they've been around for a year or so but it must have got by me. It was a hoot to shoot, pretty much no recoil but lots of muzzle flash ! It was easy to nail pebbles and empty brass laying in the dirt at the range. I came across one yesterday, with O.D. green Duracoat and it comes with a 9mm barrel as well. I have always been a .45 ACP snob and never had a desire for a 1911 in 9mm, but it was a bonus getting that barrel to go along with the .22 TCM. I had read where, along with a stiffer recoil spring to install with the 9mm barrel, that a different extractor was included for the 9 as well, but I didn't get one. Both the .22 TCM and the 9mm barrel had a couple hiccups the first 2 or 3 rounds, but then the rest of the rounds fed with out a hitch. The TCM shoots a 40 grain bullet at around 2000 fps. I don't have my chronograph with me yet, so I couldn't verify that, but others have found the factory loads do average right at 2000. Armscor is the only one loading for it at present, but I am saving my brass and will get dies for it soon. I got a 500 round box for $160 and the RIA in a nice hardcase with one magazine was $575. My sights are a Novak style adjustable rear but with no white dots. It and the front sight aren't easy to pick up quickly so I will probably upgrade them, along with installing an ambi safety as I am left handed. Only other complaint is the grips, they look kind of cheap. Overall fit and finish is good and trigger pull is nice.( I don"t have my trigger pull gauge here either.) One 17 round magazine is included, and additional ones are available for $35. The magazines are made by Mec Gar and mine is marked 38 S. (Super). Groups at 25 yards with a make shift rest, (rolled up rifle case), were 2 to 3 inches with either barrel. Pic is the .22 TCM cartridge flanked by a 9mm and a .45 ACP. I will do a better range report after getting the rest of my shooting gear down here.