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1911’s from CMP
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So I think all that is stopping the Army from releasing 1911’s from their inventory to the CMP is the President’s signature. Hopefully that comes soon. Does anyone plan on picking one up?
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Heck yeah I do. I already have paperwork filled out and notarized


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how much do they cost?
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#4
CMP will start pricing them when they open crates and see what they have on hand.

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Good to know. I haven’t checked lately alto see when I need to send my paper work in. Just waiting. Glad they are limiting it to 1 a year per person.


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Where and how do I get in on this action?

I fondly remember my rickety 1911 when I was in the Army in the 80s.
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there's a link in my post above Thummy's.

Bottom line is:

You’ll need a copy of a U.S. birth certificate, passport or any other official proof of citizenship. For military IDs, E5 and above can be used.

To prove you meet age requirements, you can use that same proof of identification if it details your birthdate.

Make sure you have proof ready that you fall within the guidelines. You’ll need to provide proof of membership in a CMP-affiliated organization like a membership card or CMP Club Member Certification Form.

You also need to provide proof you know how to safely handle firearms and are familiar with shooting range safe conduct.

If your state has any other documents required to purchase a handgun then that paperwork needs to be included as well.

There is also a specific 1911 form that needs to be filled in. You can find a complete list of all the requirements, the mail order process, CMP organizations and all other relevant details on the CMP website.
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