House Advances Amendment To Sell Milsurp 1911s Through CMP

An add-on to the upcoming National Defense Authorization Act that passed committee includes a plan to transfer the U.S. Army’s remaining stock of .45 ACP 1911A1 pistols to the Civilian Marksmanship Program.

Added as an amendment by Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Alabama, while the NDAA was in debate in the House Armed Service Committee, it could see potentially the largest remaining stock of military surplus World War II-era handguns in government hands sold to the public.

“As a gun owner and strong believer in the Second Amendment, my proposal is a common-sense approach to eliminating an unnecessary cost to the Federal government while allowing the very capable CMP to handle the sale of these vintage firearms that otherwise would just sit in storage,” Rogers said in a statement.

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One thought on “House Advances Amendment To Sell Milsurp 1911s Through CMP

  1. Probably will cost more than I can afford anyway.
    Same goes for the Garands.
    No CMP affiliated club anywhere near me to join either.
    Other than that I would qualify to buy.
    I have a FFL03.

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