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Armscor / Rock Island Armory’s extensive product line generates an extremely high call volume. In many cases, the interactive functions (chat and FAQs) on this web site will be able to assist you. If the question you have cannot be answered by our interactive functions, please contact us below:

Email: support@armscor.com
Phone: (775) 537-1444
Fax: (775) 751-4425

Armscor USA and Rock Island Armory
150 North Smart Way
Pahrump, NV 89060

Armscor Cartridge Incorporated
2872 US Hwy 93N
Victor, MT 59875

You can speak to us directly by phone, however based upon the involved technical nature of many of our calls, hold times may vary. If you are having trouble reaching us by phone or cannot leave a message with customer service, please give us an email at support@armscor.com and we will get back with you as quickly as possible. Multiple emails will not result in a quicker response and will only delay our response.


Carlos M. Tuason (Caloy), SVP Global Sales

Phillip Barnes, Manager of Customer Service

Shawn Fairbarin, Manager of Gunsmithing

Lisa Tuason, VP of Marketing

John P DeBeasso Jr., Dealer Stocking and Range Program, & Sales Associate

John McClain, Regional Sales Manager and National Training Manager

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