If you’re excited about the possibility of the U.S. Army transferring its surplus M1911 pistols to the Civilian Marksmanship Program for sale to the general public but find yourself wondering exactly how this is all going to go down, a clearer picture is starting to emerge thanks to a recent CMP email update.
The message starts off by stating that decisions regarding grade and pricing of the milsurp pistols won’t be made until after the CMP has inspected a substantial quantity of them, a process the organization says will take around 150 days after initial receipt.
The CMP then says that the laws pertaining to the sale of the guns will be “strictly obeyed,” meaning potential buyers will have to provide proof of U.S. citizenship, proof that he or she is a member of a CMP-affiliated club and proof of marksmanship activity. Purchasers will also have to successfully pass a …Read the Rest
Source:: Tactical Life