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1903 Act of Congress ship" and that the highest priority for its programs must be

on junior training.
A 1903 Act of Congress established the
National Board for the Promotion of The CMP delivers
Rifle Practice (NBPRP). This Act led to firearms safety and
the creation of the Civilian marksmanship train-
Marksmanship Program as a means of ing through a
realizing the Board’s objective of teach- national network of
ing marksmanship skills to civilians. affiliated shooting
1996 Congressional Action clubs, state shooting
associations and
In 1996, Congress abolished the
other organizations.
NBPRP and established the
Corporation for the Promotion of Rifle Practice and Firearms To fund these activities, the law gives the CMP authority to sell
Safety as a private, surplus .22 and .30 caliber rifles, ammunition, equipment and
non-profit corpora- other supplies. The
tion responsible for proceeds from every
the "supervision, purchase of any item
oversight, and con- from CMP are used to
trol of the Civilian support the current
Marksmanship operation of the CMP
Program." The Act and to build a perma-
mandates that the nent endowment to
corporate mission of
fund CMP youth pro-
the CMP is the
grams into perpetuity.
"instruction of the citizens of the United States in marksman-

CMP PROGRAMS
The mission of the Civilian Marksmanship Program is ly served by the
to promote firearm safety and marksmanship training CMP continues to
for U.S. citizens with an emphasis on youth. expand. Over
1,000,000 youth are
CMP programs provide safety and marksmanship training
now reached annual-
resources for junior and senior shooting clubs, JROTC units,
ly by CMP marks-
4-H Shooting Sports clubs, school and college shooting
manship training
teams, Boy Scout camps, summer youth camps, state rifle &
and education initia-
pistol associations and a wide variety of other organizations.
tives. They are
To most effectively deliver its programs, to avoid duplicating enrolled in affiliated
existing programs and to promote synergy among all shoot- clubs, participate in
ing sports organiza- marksmanship instruction or competition through JROTC
tions, the CMP coop- units, belong to 4-H Shooting Sports clubs, take part in rifle
erates closely with programs at BSA or other youth summer camps or are active
other national shoot- in other youth marksmanship programs supported by or affil-
ing sports and iated with the CMP. When the adult members or leaders of
youth-serving orga- these affiliated groups and the parents and immediate family
nizations that pro- members of the youth also are counted, it is likely that CMP
mote marksmanship programs reach more than two million people a year.
and youth training.
A listing of all CMP Programs and their description is
The number of youth available on the CMP website at:
directly and indirect- http://www.odcmp.com/Programs.htm

NATIONAL RIFLE AND PISTOL MATCHES


The CMP, along with the NRA, hosts the Annual National Rifle and Pistol Matches at Camp Perry,
Port Clinton, Ohio every July and August. There are many events for competitive shooters to attend
as well as clinics such as the Small Arms Firing Schools for beginner shooters. For more information
on the National Matches, contact the CMP Competitions Department at 419-635-2141 ext 1101
and 1114 or email competitions@odcmp.com. A detailed list of events is also posted on the CMP
web site at http://www.odcmp.com/NationalMatches.htm.

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Surplus Rifles Some options may not be readily avail-
The surplus rifles able and orders will be placed on back-
offered for sale by order and filled on a first come basis.
the CMP are Prices in effect at time of shipment will
drawn from be charged. Customers are notified of
Army storage. price changes before orders are filled.
Depending on
Over 4,500 shooting clubs and other
type and
associations are currently affiliated with
model, man-
the CMP. For a more detailed listing of
ufacture
affiliates, please see the Ordering
dates range from the early 1900s for some M1903s to as
Instructions in this catalog.
late as 1990 for some .22 caliber rifles, such as the
Kimber Model 82. Just as they vary in age, they also If you have any difficulty in finding an
vary in condition and amount of use. Some appear to affiliated club, please contact the CMP
be new or barely used, while others show plenty of at 256-835-8455 or check the club list-
battle scars and character (dings and dents). Some ings on www.odcmp.com (Club Info).
of the later models appear to have had little use,
ONLY MEMBERS OF CMP AFFILIATED
while others could have served on active duty,
ORGANIZATIONS MAY PURCHASE
been loaned to our allies, and used as ceremoni-
SURPLUS RIFLES, PARTS, OR AMMU-
al rifles by veteran’s organizations or as drill
NITION FROM THE CMP.
rifles in our high schools and colleges. Each
one is an authentic piece of American history.

Certificate of Authenticity
CMP personnel inspect and repair
many of the rifles received from the A completed Certificate of Authenticity
Army in a ‘not ready for issue’ condi- accompanies each rifle purchased from
tion. the CMP.

Even though some repairs are per-


Other Firearms
formed, our customers must recognize
that these rifles are sold in a wide spec- HANDGUNS:
trum of conditions. We highly recom- The CMP does not sell handguns.
mend that our customers have the M14 RIFLES:
rifles disassembled and thoroughly The CMP does not sell M14 rifles.
cleaned and carefully examined by a The CMP routinely receives small quan-
competent gunsmith prior to any tities of different models of .22 cal and
attempt to load or fire the rifles. .30 cal rifles. The small quantities
received make it impractical to list
these items in a printed catalog. As we
receive new items, we list them on our
website and send an email notification
to all subscribers.
We urge everyone who does not cur-
rently have Internet access to make
arrangements with a friend or relative
to subscribe to our e-mailing list on
www.odcmp.com.

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John Garand’s rifle was the single most significant
small arms development in the history of modern
warfare. No other rifle in this nation’s history so
outclassed that of its adversaries. The accuracy,
reliability, ruggedness and most of all, firepower,
could not be matched by any of the Axis powers
during WWII. It performed with distinction during
WWII, Korea and the early days in Vietnam.

In the past ten years, the M1 Garand, regardless of condition, has also become a very hot collectors’ item and sound financial invest-
ment, as evidenced by the steady growth of the Garand Collectors Association to over 10,000 members in just the past few years. The
popularity of the M1 Garand continues to grow as hundreds of new Garand “Fun” Matches are being held all across the USA each year.

Over the past 65 years, most M1 rifles have been arsenal rebuilt, refinished, rebarreled or repaired at least once and often several times.
Most will show signs of service (often considerable) and replacement of various parts. They are seldom encountered with all original parts
and original finish as delivered from the manufacturer. Such "original" rifles, even in well-used condition, are highly prized by collectors.

Each M1 Garand rifle sold by CMP is an authentic U.S. Government rifle that has been inspected, headspaced, repaired if necessary and
test fired for function. Each rifle is shipped with safety manual, one eight-round clip and chamber safety flag. Selection below only guar-
antees the receiver was produced by the manufacturer listed. All other parts may have been produced by other manufacturers. Orders are
filled on a first-come first serve basis. Rifles of all grades are packed for shipment purely by "luck of the draw". Prices are subject to
change without notice. Customers will be notified before new prices are charged. Shipping and Handling is $22.95 per rifle.

M1 GARAND FIELD GRADE


Field Grade Rifles. Most of these rifles have been refinished or rebuilt at least once while in military service and will likely have some parts
from other manufacturers. Fair to good condition. Rifle wear will be exhibited by worn and mixed colors of the finish; there may be some
minor pitting on the metal parts; wood will be basically sound but may be well used with minor hairline cracks, and many dings, scratches
and gouges; wood may not match in color, type of wood or condition. These rifles may have some foreign parts and wood may be Walnut,
Birch, Beech or other variety. Rifles do not have import marks. Bores will be generally good but may be dark or have other minor imperfec-
tions; barrel muzzle or crown may be rough and muzzle may gauge more than “3” on muzzle gauge. The Throat Erosion will gauge less
than 5 - well within US Army standards. Do not expect rifles in mint condition in this grade. Shipping and Handling $22.95 per rifle.
ITEM # RM1SAF M1 Garand – Springfield Armory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $495
ITEM # RM1HRAR M1 Garand – Harrington & Richardson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $495
NOTE: M1 Garand rifles produced by other manufacturers are not available in the Field Grade at this time.

M1 GARAND RACK GRADE


Rack Grade Rifles are mechanically the same as Field Grade rifles above, but will show more wear on many of their parts and may have
more pitting on the metal parts. Wood will be sound, but well used, with cracks, poor fit, and many dents and gouges. Throat erosion
will be 5 or more and muzzle wear may be over a 3 on a muzzle gauge. The overall appearance and condition will generally be rougher
than any other grade. Fair condition. Shipping and Handling $22.95 per rifle.
ITEM # RM1SAR M1 Garand – Springfield Armory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $445
NOTE: M1 Garand rifles produced by other manufacturers are not available in the Rack Grade at this time.

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M1 GARAND SERVICE GRADE
Service Grade Rifles show less wear and better appearance than Field or Rack Grades. Good to very good condition. Rifle wear will be
exhibited by worn and mixed colors of the parkerized finish; there may be some minor pitting on the metal parts; wood will be either
Walnut, Birch, Beech or other variety and will be basically sound but may have minor hairline cracks, dings, scratches and gouges; wood
may not match in color or type of wood; bores will be generally good with only minor imperfections; the barrel crown may be nicked, but
the muzzle will gauge less than 3 and the throat erosion will gauge less than 5. Shipping and Handling $22.95 per rifle.
ITEM # RM1SAS M1 Garand – Springfield Armory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Delivery in 60 - 90 days $595
ITEM # RM1HRAS M1 Garand – Harrington & Richardson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Delivery in 60 - 90 days $595
NOTE: M1 Garand rifles produced by other manufacturers are not available in this grade at the time of this printing. Please check
www.odcmp.com for availability.

M1 GARAND CORRECT GRADE


Correct Grade Rifles are similar to the Service Grade (above), but will show less wear and use. Correct Grade rifles will have all correct parts
for the date of manufacture with 80% or better overall original metal finish. The stock and handguards will be of walnut and correct for the
rifle but will have some dings, dents, scratches and marring of the wood finish. Stocks will have the appropriate original inspector's car-
touche. The rifle bore will be very good with no significant defects and with a throat erosion of less than 4 and a muzzle wear of 2 or less.
Very good to excellent condition. Shipping and Handling $22.95 per rifle. This grade not available in WWII era serial number range.
Limited quantities are occasionally available. Please check www.odcmp.com sales pages for pricing and availability. Prices start at $950,
depending on manufacturer.

M1 GARAND COLLECTOR GRADE


Collector Grade Rifles have 95% or better overall original metal finish. Rifle bores are excellent with throat erosion under 3 and muzzle
wear of 2 or less. Collector Grade rifles have all original parts as they came from the manufacturer. Wood will have a few handling marks
and minor dings and scratches. Stocks have the appropriate inspector's cartouche. Data sheets prepared by CMP armorers are included in
the butt trap of each Collector Grade Rifle. Excellent condition - little or no use. Shipping and Handling $22.95 per rifle.
Limited quantities are occasionally available. Please check www.odcmp.com sales pages for pricing and availability. Prices range from
$1400 to $1800, depending on manufacturer.

M1 Garand Stock Set


Newly manufactured in the U.S.A. of American Black
Walnut with authentic linseed oil finish. Closely resembles
WWII era M1 Garand stocks in fit and finish. No bulky areas or unsightly metal
to wood fitment when compared to current commercial offerings. Includes stock, hand stamped with
CMP cartouche, front and rear handguards, all pre-fitted to insure easy assembly. Does not include metal of any kind.
ITEM # 082 M1 Garand Stock Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $118.95

M1 Garand Stock Set


National Match stock set, newly manufactured in the
U.S.A. of American Black Walnut, unfinished. Stock is inletted for
glass bedding and slightly oversized for sanding/finishing and proper
metal to wood fitment. Includes stock, hand stamped with CMP car-
touche, front and rear handguards, and will have to be glass bedded,
final sanded and finish applied. Does not include metal of any kind. Stock inletted for glass bedding
ITEM # 085 National Match M1 Garand Stock Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $94.95

CMP M1 Garand Scout Scope Mount


New model, fits all standard mil-spec barreled rifles, including Tanker version. All the
same great features as the proven Mini-Scout-Mount for Ruger, Mini-14 and Mini-30.
Bolts on in minutes with NO permanent modifications required. Full length sight base
accepts all modern sight systems. Made of precision extruded and machined aluminum
alloy and stainless steel with a flat non-reflective, hard anodized finish. Does not interfere
with OEM sights, does not obstruct the receiver when loading or ejecting. Remains solidly
in place and dissipates heat. Complete with mounting hardware . . . . . . . . . ITEM # 830 $109.95

M1 Garand Stripped Receivers and Repair Parts


The CMP maintains a large inventory of stripped Garand receivers, offered by grade and
manufacturer. Please visit our website at http://www.odcmp.com/Services/Rifles/index.htm
for availability and pricing. The CMP does not have any M1 Garand or other firearm parts for sale.
Newly Manufactured Replacement Barrels The CMP frequently stocks new
manufacture replacement barrels in .30-06 for the M1 Garand. Assembly and headspacing by a
qualified gunsmith is required. Barrels may be ordered through our ESTORE at www.odcmp.com.

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The M1 Carbine was produced between 1942 and 1945 and was used by U.S. forces in WWII, Korea, and Vietnam
and is still in use by many foreign governments. Even though over 6,000,000 were produced, the M1 carbine is rela-
tively rare and has become a popular collectors’ item. With the addition of the M1 Carbine Match to the CMP
Games, the popularity of the carbine and carbine matches will continue to grow.

M1 CARBINE SERVICE GRADE


Carbines have been rebuilt and refinished at least once and will exhibit in most cases varying degrees of wear on
many of the parts and generally no noticeable or significant pitting on metal. All the carbines have late features -
such as adjustable sights (heavily staked) with bayonet lug bands and rotary safeties. Metal parts are mixed USGI.
There are no carbines with early features. Muzzle will gauge 3 or less on muzzle gauge. Stocks may be replacement
marked M2 type birch or beech pot belly or USGI walnut but having seen heavy use with possible rebuild marks (no
original stock cartouches remain). Most stocks have the “FAT” stamp/cartouche (Fabbrica Armi Terni). Each carbine
will be shipped with a Chamber Safety Flag, a CMP Rifle Safety Manual, and a CMP reprint of FM 23-7. Because of
the limited quantity and for other operational reasons, we have established a purchase limit of one carbine per man-
ufacturer per customer at this time. Shipping and Handling $22.95 per rifle.
ITEM # R017IN M1 Carbine – Inland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOLD OUT $495
ITEM # R017UD M1 Carbine – Underwood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOLD OUT $565
ITEM # R017WIN M1 Carbine – Winchester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOLD OUT $675
ITEM # R017Q M1 Carbine – Quality Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOLD OUT $565
ITEM # R017RO M1 Carbine – Rockola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOLD OUT $675
ITEM # R017NP M1 Carbine – National Postal Meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accepting orders beginning 28 April 2008 $575
ITEM # R017SA M1 Carbine – Saginaw SG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accepting orders beginning 28 April 2008 $575
ITEM # R017SG M1 Carbine – Saginaw S‘G’ (Grand Rapids) . . . . . . . Accepting orders beginning 28 April 2008 $675
ITEM # R017IBM M1 Carbine – IBM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accepting orders beginning 7 July 2008 $575
ITEM # R017ST M1 Carbine – Standard Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accepting orders beginning 7 July 2008 $575
ITEM # R017IP M1 Carbine – Irwin Pederson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Available via CMP Auction Only
NOTE: CMP does NOT have magazines, slings, or oilers. Carbines will not be sold or shipped with magazines, slings, or oilers. If we are
able to acquire any of these items, we will list them for sale separately at a later date.

NOTE: Any changes to pricing and availability dates will be posted on our website at www.odcmp.com/rifles/carbine

The U.S. Model 1903 Springfield rifles are the greatest of all U.S. military issue bolt action rifles. The M1903 series
Springfield rifles were originally issued to the many proud and selfless Americans that answered freedom’s call during
World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. Limited quantities are occasionally available. Please check
www.odcmp.com sales pages for pricing and availability.

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These match grade target rifles, produced for the U.S. Army between 1987 and 1990, have never been used but stocks, receivers and bar-
rels may have a light scratch or razor cut from when the protective bags were opened to conduct serial number inventory in the mid-90s.
This minor cosmetic deficiency detracts slightly from the appearance, but does not effect the functioning. This single shot .22LR has an
overall weight of 10.75 lbs, a length of 43 inches, adjustable trigger, three butt plate spacers, hand stop assembly, Kimber rear aperture
sight, front sight with ten inserts, and original technical manual. More descriptive data available at www.odcmp.com.
ITEM # R020 Kimber Model 82 (Government). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $600 Shipping and Handling $22.95 per rifle.
NOTE: The CMP does regularly receive small quantities of other .22 caliber rifles such as the Remington 541X and 40X, Winchester 52C,
52D, and other models in relatively small quantities. It is possible these rifles may be received and sold in between updates of our catalog.
We recommend that anyone interested in these type rifles visit our website at www.odcmp.com and subscribe to our e-mail list.

CMP ONLINE / CMP STORES


Customers who wish to shop online and/or wish to receive our periodic email announcements of new products and activities
should register by following the instructions for 'new user' at http://estore.odcmp.com. The ESTORE also allows customers to
check the status of their orders and accounts online, and facilitates email notifications at time of FedEx shipments. Rifles and
receivers may only be purchased mail-order or in person, not online.
www.odcmp.com
The CMP maintains a large, detailed website as a primary means of communicating with constituents. This
web site may be viewed at http://www.odcmp.com. The CMP also maintains an email subscriber list and
sends regular updates to that list that now numbers over 50,000 persons. In the past 12 months, CMP sent
out email communications to over 500,000 addresses.
CMP ONLINE AUCTION
The CMP Auction Program is used to sell very rare or otherwise unique rifles.
Items are listed for 10-14 days, with bidding closing on Sunday afternoons. CMP
usually has only 6-10 items listed for auction at any time. Information is available
at http://auction.odcmp.com. Recent items include sniper rifles and new-in-wrap
M1 Garand rifles.

CMP FORUM
The CMP's Forum has a new look and layout. The Forum now provides nine categories which includes
Sales, Communications, Share your CMP Experience, Ask Each Other, Competitions, Affiliations, Camp
Riflery, Junior Training and Competition and Ask Orest. The Forum is a great way to communicate with
the CMP Staff and other forum members, ask for advice or simply ask questions about any of the topics
listed. To log onto the CMP Forum, go to http://www.odcmp.org/new_forum/.

VISIT THE CMP STORES IN ALABAMA AND OHIO

Meet the CMP staff! Select from hundreds of rifles on display daily!
The CMP Stores offer over the counter purchase of rifles, ammunition, tools, instructional materials and CMP
memorabilia. The CMP North Store is located in Building 2500 on Camp Perry (Port Clinton) OH 43452 and is
open 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM Thursday through Saturday. The CMP South Store is located at 3016 Red Morris
Parkway, Anniston AL 36207. Operating hours for the CMP South Store are Thursday through Saturday 8:00 AM
to 3:00 PM. Purchase eligibility requirements are the same as for mail-order. Notary located on site. Stores accept
cashiers checks, personal checks, money orders, cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

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ITEM # 829
ITEM # 800 M1 Garand 6 in 1 Gauge
M1 Garand The size of a credit card, fits in pocket.
Gas Cylinder Gauge Check muzzle wear, bullet style, op rod
New production . . . . . $125.00 go/no go, firing pin height, front sight
style, pre/post 1949 bullet guides, barrel
gas cylinder bearing no go.
New production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $54.95
ITEM # 802
M1 Garand Barrel Vise
New production . . . . . . $39.95
ITEM # 822
M1903 Barrel Vise
New production. . . . . . . . . $58.00
ITEM # 804
M1 Garand
Gas Plug Wrench
New production . . . . . . $16.95
ITEM # 821 M1903 Receiver Wrench . . . . $49.95

ITEM # 824
ITEM # 803 Gas Plug Wrench
M1 Garand Bolt Compact . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9.95
Disassembly Tool
New production . . . . . . $49.95
ITEM # 855
M1 Carbine Trigger
Spring Tool . . . . . . . . $9.95
ITEM # 815
Receiver/Barrel OTHER TOOLS & GAUGES
Alignment Fixture
New production . . . . . . $67.00 No Go .30-06 Garand headspace gauge (Clymer) . . . # 805 $36.95
Go .30-06 Garand headspace gauge (Clymer) . . . . . . # 806 $36.95
No Go 7.62 NATO headspace gauge (Clymer). . . . . . # 807 $36.95
Go 7.62 NATO headspace gauge (Clymer) . . . . . . . . # 808 $36.95
ITEM # 818
No Go .30 carbine headspace gauge (Clymer) . . . . . . # 809 $36.95
.30 Cal. Muzzle Gauge
Go .30 carbine headspace gauge (Clymer). . . . . . . . . # 810 $36.95
New production . . . . . . $35.00
No Go 5.56 NATO headspace gauge (Clymer). . . . . . # 811 $36.95
Go 5.56 NATO headspace gauge (Clymer) . . . . . . . . # 812 $36.95
ITEM # 858 No Go .22LR headspace gauge (Clymer) . . . . . . . . . . # 813 $36.95
Bore View Tool Go .22LR headspace gauge (Clymer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . # 814 $36.95
With CMP Logo . . . . . . $12.00
Throat erosion gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . # 819 $62.00

CMP SURPLUS GREEK .30-06 CALIBER M2 BALL


M2 Ball .30-06 Caliber M2 Ball .30-06 Caliber
Packaged 20 rounds per box, 12 boxes per Packaged in 8 round enbloc clips, 6
spam can, 2 cans per wooden case (480 clips per bandoleer, 4 bandoleers per
rounds per case). Manufactured by Pyrkal spam can, four cans per wooden crate
(Greece). Boxer primed, non-corrosive. (768 rounds per case). Manufactured by Pyrkal (Greece).
Headstamp varies HXP62 - HXP80. Boxer primed, non-corrosive. Headstamp varies HXP62 - HXP80.
ITEM # 415-CN - Can of 240 Rounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55.00 ITEM # 407-CAN - Can of 192 Rounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50.00
Shipping & Handling per can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8.95 Shipping & Handling per can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8.95
ITEM # 415 - Case of 480 Rounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $110.00 ITEM # 407-CASE - Case of 768 Rounds . . . . . . . . . . . . $200.00
Shipping & Handling per case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17.00 Shipping & Handling per case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $38.00
NOTE: ALASKA and HAWAII must ship by AIR, call or email prior to ordering for Shipping & Handling charge.
NOTE: The CMP does occasionally acquire and sell small quantities of other caliber surplus ammunition and reloading components. These items
may be viewed and ordered through the CMP ESTORE at http://estore.odcmp.com.

Commercial Ammunition: The CMP does occasionally offer commercial ammunition in .22, .30-06 and other calibers.
Because availability is not always assured and because of frequent fluctuation in prices, commercial ammunition
is not listed in this catalog. Please see the ammunition pages on www.odcmp.com.

Coming Soon – U.S. Manufactured .30 Carbine Ammunition!

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CMP UNIVERSAL ORDER FORM
Catalog: Summer 2008

PURCHASER IDENTIFICATION

Name: Print last, first and middle name Race Sex

Date of Birth (month, day, year) Place of Birth Height Weight

Residence Street Address (not P.O. Box) City State Zip Code

Shipping Address (if different) City State Zip Code

Daytime Telephone Social Security No. (optional) Customer I.D. (if known)

Club/State Association Email Address Date

LIABILITY AGREEMENT/ NO-WARRANTY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT


In consideration for the approval of my application to purchase a rifle, parts, accouterments, ammunition and/or components through the
Civilian Marksmanship Program, I hereby agree to:

1. Waive any claim against the Corporation for the Promotion of Rifle Practice of Firearms Safety, its directors, officers,
employees, volunteers, agents and contractors (collectively, “CPRPFS”) for any personal injury, loss, damage or expense
that I might incur arising from the use of this rifle, parts, accouterments, ammunition and/or components, and

2. Defend, indemnify and hold the CPRPFS harmless from any claim of a third party arising from the use of this rifle, parts,
accouterments, ammunition and/or components including any expense incurred by the CPRPFS in defending, investigating
or settling such a claim.

I agree that this Agreement and legal issues arising from the sale of this rifle, parts, accouterments, ammunition and/or components to me shall
be governed by the law of the State of Ohio; and that if any provision of the Agreement or its application to any person or circumstance is held
invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Agreement or the application of such provision to other persons or circumstances shall be unaf-
fected. I further agree that this Agreement shall be binding upon my executors, administrators, trustees, personal representatives and assigns.

I also acknowledge that the rifle which I am applying to purchase is a military surplus arm in used condition and is sold to me strictly “AS IS”,
WITH NO WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. I understand that:

1. This rifle may not function properly or be safe for me to use in the condition in which I receive it.

2. This rifle is not to be fired until it has been disassembled and cleaned, thoroughly examined by a competent gunsmith familiar
with its internal mechanism and safety features, and any unserviceable parts replaced or other deficiencies corrected.

3. The use of ammunition that does not meet U.S. military standards in this rifle can be dangerous.

Applicant Signature Date

Applicant Name (please print)

NOTICE: We cannot process this order unless you complete, sign and submit pages 1A and 2A, and 3A,
and the checklist on page 4A – “WITH EACH ORDER” – even if you are a repeat purchaser.

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Catalog: Summer 2008

CERTIFICATION

I hereby certify under penalty of law that my name is:

and I reside at: in the City of: and State of:

I further certify that I:

a. am a citizen of the United States 18 years of age or older;

b. am not under indictment in any court for a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year;

c. have not been convicted of a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year;

d. am not an unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, or narcotic drug, or any
other controlled substance;

e. am not a fugitive from justice;

f. have not been adjudicated mentally defective or committed to a mental institution;

g. have not been discharged from the Armed Forces under dishonorable conditions;

h. am not an alien illegally in the United States and I am not a non-resident alien;

i. am not subject to a court order applicable to me under 18 U.S.C. §922(g)(8), restraining me from harassing,
stalking, or threatening an intimate partner or child of such partner;

j. have not been convicted in any court of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence applicable to me under
18 U.S.C. §922(g)(9), including any misdemeanor conviction involving the use or attempted use of physical
force committed by a current or former spouse, parent, or guardian of the victim or by a person with a similar
relationship to the victim;

k. will not be in violation, by reason of my receipt or possession of a rifle, of any state law or published ordi-
nance applicable where I reside;

l. have not been convicted of any federal or state felony or violation 18 U.S.C. §922, and am not a member of
any organization that advocates the violent overthrow of the United States Government.

I further certify that I am a current member of a gun club or state association presently affiliated with the CMP (or that I am a
parent or guardian of a junior shooter under the age of 18 who is a member), and that I am purchasing this rifle for my (or my
junior shooter’s) personal use and not for resale or commercial disposition. I hereby consent to allow the CMP to submit the
information I have supplied with my application to the FBI National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) to verify
that I am not prohibited from buying this rifle, and I authorize the FBI to inform the CMP of the result. I acknowledge that this
sale is further subject to final approval by the CMP within its sole and absolute discretion.

Applicant Signature Date

State of County/City of

Sworn to and subscribed before me this day of 20

Notary Public: My commission expires

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CMP UNIVERSAL ORDER FORM
Catalog: Summer 2008 NOTE: Please make copies of this blank form for future use.
PURCHASER/SHIP TO INFORMATION

Your Name Your Customer I.D. (if known)

Home Address City State Zip Code

Shipping Address (if different) City State Zip Code

Telephone Email Address Date

Club/State Association

The address label on the catalog has a six digit code below your name. Please enter that code here:

I also acknowledge that the rifle which I am applying to purchase is a military surplus arm in used condition and is sold to me strictly “AS
IS”, WITH NO WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. I understand that:
1. This rifle may not function properly or be safe for me to use in the condition in which I receive it.
2. This rifle is not to be fired until it has been disassembled and cleaned, thoroughly examined by a competent gunsmith familiar
with its internal mechanism and safety features, and any unserviceable parts replaced or other deficiencies corrected.
3. The use of ammunition that does not meet U.S. military standards in this rifle can be dangerous.

ITEM/QUANTITY INFORMATION
ITEM Item Description Quantity Price Each Total Price

SHIPPING AND HANDLING CHARGES Subtotal


Rifles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Add $22.95 for each rifle ordered Sales Tax
Barrels & Receivers . . . . . . . . . . . Add $9.95 for each barrel or receiver ordered OH Residents add 6.5%
AL Residents add 8%
Ammunition . . . . . . . . . . . Add per case/can charges as shown in catalog listing
Parts, Memorabilia, Publications . . . . . . . . Add $6.95 for orders under $50.00 Shipping & Handling
Add $8.95 for orders $50.00 and over
Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Call for shipping charges Total

METHOD OF PAYMENT (COD orders NOT Accepted)

Check or Money Order, No. ____________________________________________________________ Personal checks are accepted.


Credit Card: ❏ Visa ❏ Mastercard ❏ Discover ❏ American Express
Card No. __________________________________________________________________________ Expiration Date ______________
Cardholders’ Signature____________________________________________________________________________________________

Completed order forms and payment should be mailed to: CMP Sales Dept, 1401 Commerce Blvd, Anniston AL 36207
Your check will be deposited when the order is received. All orders shipped via FedEx, adult signature required. Please allow 30 days for
delivery, unless otherwise specified for the item ordered. Prices subject to change without notice. We will notify customers of significant
price changes before filling orders. Payment by personal check will delay order processing by up to 14 days over orders paid by credit card,
money orders or cashiers checks. Credit cards are not charged until order is processed.

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Catalog: Summer 2008

CHECKLIST

To avoid delays in processing your order, please complete this checklist and submit it with pages 1A and 2A
and 3A and the documentation specified in the Ordering Instructions.

❑ Proof of U.S. Citizenship and Age.


(For acceptable documents, please see paragraph 1 on the Ordering Instructions pages).

❑ Proof of Current Membership in a CMP Affiliated Organization.


(Please see paragraph 2 on the Ordering Instructions pages).

❑ Proof of Participation in a Marksmanship or other Firearm Related Activity.


(Please see paragraph 3 on the Ordering Instructions pages).

❑ Completed, signed and included Page 1A of this Order form. This page provides with the informa-
tion we need to conduct the NICS background check and is also the Liability Agreement and No-
Warranty Acknowledgement. This page is required each time you place an order with the CMP.

❑ Completed, signed, and included Page 2A of this Order form. Please be sure to complete the top
section and sign the certification each time you place an order with the CMP. Notary may not
always be required. (Repeat customers, please see paragraph 6 on the Ordering Instructions pages.)

❑ Completed, signed, and included Page 3A of this Order form. This page tells us what items you are
ordering and also provides us with your payment information.

❑ Payment in the form of personal check, cashiers check or money order – unless payment is made
by authorizing credit card charges on Page 3A of the Order form.

Regretfully, your order cannot be processed without submission of all of the items on this checklist.
Failure to submit any required documents or information will result in substantial delay of your order.

REPEAT CUSTOMERS – NOTE: If you have previously submitted proof of citizenship and age and proof
of participation in marksmanship or other firearm related activity, you need not supply them each time
you order, but we would appreciate you marking those items on this checklist as “previously provided”.
The same applies to proof of Membership in Affiliated Organizations, unless what you provided to us
previously has expired, in which case a copy of a current club card must be provided with the order to
avoid delays.

Your assistance in completing this checklist is sincerely appreciated by the CMP staff.

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TO PURCHASE A RIFLE FROM THE CMP,
A PURCHASER MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF:
✔ U.S. Citizenship and Age and
✔ Membership in a CMP Affiliated Organization and
✔ Participation in a Marksmanship or Other Firearms Related Activity

1. U.S. Citizenship and Age: You must provide a Proof of marksmanship participation can be provided
copy of a U.S. birth certificate, passport, proof of nat- by documenting any of the following:
uralization, or any official government document that • Current or past military or law enforcement service.
shows birth in the U.S. or otherwise states citizenship • Participation in a rifle, pistol, air gun or shotgun
as U.S. A drivers license is proof of age, but IS NOT competition (provide copy of results bulletin).
proof of U.S. citizenship.
• Completion of a marksmanship clinic that included
live fire training (provide a copy of the certificate of
2. Membership in CMP Affiliated completion or a statement from the instructor).
Organization: You must provide a copy of your • Distinguished, Instructor, or Coach status.
current membership card or other proof of member-
• Concealed Carry License.
ship. This requirement cannot be waived. The CMP
currently has over 2,000 affiliated organizations locat-
• Firearms Owner Identification Card that includes
live fire training.
ed in many parts of the country. Membership in
many of these organizations costs $25.00 or less and • FFL or C&R license.
can be accomplished online. A listing of affiliated • Completion of a Hunter Safety Course that includ-
organizations can be found by clicking on our “CLUB ed live fire training.
Info” tab on our web site at www.odcmp.com. If • Certification from range or club official or law
you have any difficulty in locating a club, please con- enforcement officer witnessing shooting activity. A
tact the CMP at 256-835-8455 or by emailing cust- form for use in completing and certifying your
serve@odcmp.com. We will find one for you. range firing can be downloaded from the CMP
In addition to shooting clubs, the CMP also has sever- web site at http://www.odcmp.com/forms/marks-
al special affiliates. Membership in these organiza- manship.pdf.
tions satisfies our requirement for purchase. These • No proof of marksmanship required if over age 60.
special affiliates include: Proof of club membership and citizenship required
• Congressionally chartered veterans’ organizations for all ages.
such as the VFW, AL, DAV, MCL, etc. NOTE: Proof of marksmanship activity is only
• U.S. Military services (active or reserves), National required for purchase of rifles.
Guard, to include retirees.
4. Legal Eligibility to Purchase a Firearm:
• Law Enforcement departments and agencies and
Law Enforcement organizations and associations The information you supply on your application will
(to include LEO retirees). be submitted by the CMP to the FBI National Instant
Criminal Check System (NICS) to verify you are not
Note: Club membership IS required for purchase of
prohibited by Federal, State or Local law from acquir-
rifles, parts, and ammunition. Club membership is
ing or possessing a rifle. Your signature on the
NOT required for instructional publications or videos
Purchaser Certification portion of the purchase appli-
or CMP memorabilia.
cation authorizes the CMP to initiate the NICS check
and authorizes the FBI to inform CMP of the result.
3. Marksmanship or other Firearms Related IMPORTANT: If your State or locality requires you to
Activity: You must provide proof of participation first obtain a license, permit, or Firearms Owner ID
in a marksmanship related activity or otherwise show card in order to possess or receive a rifle, you must
familiarity with the safe handling of firearms and enclose a photocopy of your license, permit, or card
range procedures. Your marksmanship related activity with the application for purchase.
does not have to be with highpower rifles; it can be
with smallbore rifles, pistols, air guns or shotguns. Ordering Instructions continued on next page . . .

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Ordering Instructions continued from previous page . . .

5. Order Form and Purchaser Certification TO PURCHASE MILITARY SURPLUS PARTS


and Agreement: If you think you may purchase OR AMMUNITION FROM THE CMP
additional rifles in the future, we recommend you A PURCHASER MUST:
make several extra copies of the blank forms for use
1. Be a U.S. citizen and be a member of a CMP
in placing future orders. Customers should complete
affiliated organization. You must provide a copy
all three pages of the order form and sign it before a
of your current membership card or other proof. This
notary. Except as explained in the next paragraph,
requirement cannot be waived.
orders received without notarized signature will not
be processed. 2. Complete the Order Form and sign the Liability
Agreement.
Send the completed Order Forms, your payment and
3. Mail order form to CMP. Parts, ammunition and
all necessary enclosures to satisfy items 1-5 above, to:
memorabilia orders may also be faxed to the CMP at
CIVILIAN MARKSMANSHIP PROGRAM 256-241-0436.
ATTN: RIFLE SALES
CLUB MEMBERSHIP IS NOT REQUIRED
1401 COMMERCE BOULEVARD FOR PURCHASE OF INSTRUCTIONAL
ANNISTON, AL 36207 MATERIALS OR MEMORABILIA.

Rifles may only be purchased mail order or in person


at our Camp Perry and Anniston store.
SHIPPING & HANDLING / PAYMENT / SALES TAX
Parts, ammunition, and memorabilia orders may be
Shipping and Handling:
faxed to 256-241-0436 or emailed to
custserve@odcmp.com, providing payment and all Rifles: Add $22.95 for each rifle ordered.
ordering information is provided. Barrels and Receivers: Add $9.95 for each barrel or
receiver ordered.
Ammunition: Add per can/case charges as shown in
6. Repeat Customers: If you have completed a
catalog for type of ammo ordered.
CMP Purchaser Certification and Agreement to buy a
rifle from the CMP, signed before a Notary Public, Parts, Memorabilia, Publications: Add $6.95 for
you may for a period of three (3) years thereafter sub- orders under $50; add $8.95 for orders $50 and over.
mit an application to purchase additional rifles, parts
Method of Payment: Cashier’s Check, Money Order,
or ammunition without having the Purchaser
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX and personal
Certification and Agreement notarized – provided
checks are accepted. Payment by personal check may
that the “sold to” and ‘ship to’ addresses remain
delay order processing. COD orders are not accepted.
exactly the same.

All orders must include pages 1a, 2a (with or without Sales Tax: Ohio residents add 6.5% tax; Alabama resi-
notary), 3a and 4a. Rifles may only be purchased via dents add 8% tax.
mail or in person. We cannot accept faxed or emailed
Damaged Shipments: When merchandise received in
orders for rifles.
a FedEx shipment is found to be damaged at the time
After three years, or at anytime an address changes of delivery, notify driver to initiate a claim at that
from the last notarized order, a new Purchaser time. Should damage be found after the driver has
Certification and Agreement must be notarized. left, please report all damage to CMP South at 256-
835-8455. We will arrange for return of the material
Please note that once an order is submitted, we will
to us. Please hold original packaging to support any
only ship rifles to the ‘ship to’ address on the order
claims that may be filed. CMP will replace damaged
form. Customers may not change the ‘ship to’
material. Settlement payments are made to CMP and
address without submitting a new notarized order
not the consignee.
form.

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Turner Saddlery Turner
National Match Saddlery
Service Rifle Sling All Weather
50" Sling, Tan Leather
ITEM # 854TL50 . . . $44.95 Rifle Sling
54" Sling, Tan Leather 54" Sling, Black Synthetic
ITEM # 854TL54 . . . $44.95 ITEM # 854BS54 . . $44.95
54" Sling, Green Synthetic
Turner Saddlery ITEM # 854GS54 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $44.95
National Match 50" Sling, Brown Synthetic
Service Rifle Sling ITEM # 854BRNS50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $44.95
54" Sling, Black Leather 54" Sling, Brown Synthetic
ITEM # 854BL54 . . . $44.95 ITEM # 854BRNS54 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $44.95

NEW TARGET AIR RIFLES


See http://www.odcmp.com/Rifles/JrRifles.htm for current pricing and ordering information.

ITEM # DAISY M853C Daisy M853C Air Rifle


.177 Caliber Pneumatic Air Rifle
• 5899 Rear Sight Assembly • 99Z/163912-000 Front Sight Inserts • Three Butt Stock Inserts • 1.25" Nylon Sling

ITEM # DAISY M888 Daisy M888 Air Rifle


.177 Caliber Pneumatic Air Rifle
• 5899 Rear Sight Assembly • 99Z/163912-000 Front Sight Inserts • One 5862 CO2 2.5 oz. Cylinder
• 5860 Rail with Bracket and Thumb Stop Screw • Three Butt Stock Inserts • 1.25" Nylon Sling

ITEM # AIRWALTH Walther LG300 Air Rifle


.177 Caliber Junior Precision Air Rifle
• Blue Synthetic Stock with CMP Logo

ANSCHÜTZ MATCH GRADE TARGET RIFLES


See http://www.odcmp.com/Rifles/cal22commercial.htm for current pricing and details.

Anschütz Model 8002 Air Rifle


.177 Caliber / 4.5mm Air Rifle
• Anschütz 6834 Sight Set • Fully Adjustable Trigger
• Adjustable Cheekpiece and Buttplate • Fastest Lock-time Available
• Blue Laminated Stock with Engraved CMP Logo

Anschütz Model 1903 Junior Target


Bolt Action Single Shot .22 Caliber
• Anschütz 6834 Sight Set
• Ambidextrous Beech Stock • Engraved CMP Logo on Buttstock
Signed Dealer FFL Required for Purchase

Anschütz Model 1903 Standard Target


Bolt Action Single Shot .22 Caliber
• Anschütz 6834 Sight Set
• Available with Right or Left Hand Stock • Engraved CMP Logo on Buttstock
Signed Dealer FFL Required for Purchase

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Silencio Earmuffs
Economical and durable with spring
steel headband to allow 3-position
use: over head, under chin, behind
head. Cups are individually adjustable
with comfortable, foam-filled ear cushions.

WILEY X SAFETY SHOOTING GLASSES Noise Reduction Rating: Over Head - NRR 25;
Behind Head - NRR 24; Under Chin - NRR 23.
Featuring the CMP logo, available in 3 colors:
Designed by Wiley X Eyewear, the new CMP shooting glass provides incredi-
ITEM # 849RED Silencio Earmuffs - Red . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10.95
ble 8 base lens coverage for the best possible eye protection. The form fit-
ITEM # 849BLU Silencio Earmuffs - Blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10.95
ting curvature wraps past the eye to protect the wearer from possible side
splash back. A unique clear, ventilated nose pad provides extra air flow,
keeping the frames secure, eliminating the slippage found in cheaper mod- Silencio Corded Earplugs
els. Adjustable, wire core temples are hard rubber coated and can be adjust- These soft vinyl earplugs contain an air cush-
ed to find the perfect fit. Whether you prefer a more straight temple feel or ion for maximum comfort and protection at
standard paddle temple, customize the fit to meet your demand. The inter- an economical price. Complete with vinyl con-
changeable lenses allow the user to adjust the lens tint for different light nection cord and carrying case. Noise
Reduction Rating: NRR 25.
conditions. Includes frame, one pair clear lens, one pair colored lens.
Featuring carrying case with CMP logo.
Complete with carrying bag featuring the CMP logo.
ITEM # 850 Silencio Corded Earplugs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4.95
ITEM # 848YEL Shooting Glasses - Pale Yellow . . . . . . . . $19.95
ITEM # 848AMB Shooting Glasses - Amber . . . . . . . . . . . . $19.95
ITEM # 848ROS Shooting Glasses - Rose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19.95
ITEM # 848SMO Shooting Glasses - Smoke . . . . . . . . . . . . $19.95 Chamber
Safety Flags
ITEM # 244 Per Dozen . . . . . $3.99

CREEDMOOR SPORTS PRODUCTS

Basic Cloth Shooting Coat


CMP blue in color with CMP Games Logo. The basic set-in sleeve designed shooting
coat is made out of CMP blue polyester/cotton twill material. The body, elbow,
shoulder and pulse pads are textured rubber for slip resistant contact during shoot-
ing and backed by 1/4 inch felt for padding. Front closures are nylon quick release
buckles with adjusting straps for close body fit. Sizes: Adult S-M-L-XL-XXL – in either
left handed or right handed.
ITEM # 827-B011 Cloth Shooting Coat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $75.00

Service Rifle Case


CMP blue in color with CMP Games Logo. A soft case for
the service rifle shooter made of tough Cordura
nylon and lined with nylon pack cloth, ure-
thane coated for water proofing.
Featuring ample padding, carrying han-
dles, shoulder sling and two external
pouches for M-14 magazines, etc. A full
length YKK self-healing coil zipper gives
easy access to storing and removing rifle from case. Length: 48 inches.

ITEM # 826-N150 Service Rifle Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SALE $49.95

Basic Roll-Up Shooting Mat


CMP blue in color with CMP Games Logo. This basic mat is made from a water resistant marine finished materi-
al with extended textured rubber pads and double jute padding on upper half of mat for elbow placement.
Interior jute padding provides protection for the shooter in the shooting positions. The new webbing with side
lock buckles provides ease of securing the mat when rolled up. Dimensions: 29 1/2" X 68".
ITEM # 825-B040 Roll-Up Shooting Mat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $65.00

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CMP Sweatshirt CMP Logo
With CMP logo, available in green,
gray and navy. Available in sizes Baseball Caps
Small through XXL. With embroidered CMP Logo, available in
ITEM # 502. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25.00 red, tan, green and black . . . ITEM # 504 $10.00

CMP T-Shirt
With CMP logo (screen printed).
Available in green, gray and navy, in
CMP Lapel Pin
ITEM # 508 . . . . $2.50
sizes Small through XXL.
Without pocket
ITEM # 503 . . . . . . . . . $15.00
With pocket CMP Key Chain
ITEM # 514 . . . . . . . . . $15.00 ITEM # 521 . . . . $2.00
CMP Logo Coffee Mug Navy Blue . . . . ITEM # 538 $3.50
3 inch Round CMP Logo Decal . . . . . ITEM #510 $0.95 CMP Embroidered Patch
6 inch Round CMP Logo Decal . . . . . ITEM #511 $1.50 ITEM # 507 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.75

CMP M1 Manual The M-1 Does My Talking - Book


U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30, M1 This 80-page book, sub-titled The M1 Garand Rifle in
Pictures - WWII and Korea, features over 300 military
ITEM # 700 . . . $3.00 archive images documenting the M1 Garand's origin,
development, battlefield use, and post-war experimenta-
tion from WWI to the M14. Packed with pictures and info,
a 'must- have' for fans of the M1 Garand.
CMP Competition ITEM # 705 - Book. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9.95
Rule Book
ITEM # 776 . . . $3.00

CMP National Standard


3-Position Air Rifle Rules The M-1 Does My Talking - Poster
This is a 12" x 16.75" full color reproduction of the
ITEM # 775 . . . $2.00 famous World War II poster by Jes Schlaikjer.
ITEM # 704 - Poster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4.95

USAMU
Advanced Pistol Guide
ITEM # 778 . . . $6.95

USAMU CMP Instructional DVDs


Service Rifle Guide Produced by the CMP in cooperation with
ITEM # 780 . . . $6.95 the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, these
are great teaching tools for new or experi-
enced shooters to review and improve
USAMU their shooting techniques. Each begins
Skeet & Trap Guide with a nine-minute safety presentation
ITEM # 774 . . . $6.95 that can be used to instruct new shooters
on proper safety and range procedures.
Also covered are equipment, accurizing,
USAMU International match preparation and much more.
Rifle Guide Highpower Service Rifle DVD . . . . . ITEM # 770DVD $34.95
ITEM # 777 . . . $6.95 Bullseye Pistol DVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ITEM # 771DVD $34.95

Rifle Safety & Marksmanship Training CD-ROM


This CMP produced instructional CD-ROM is designed for use by coaches,
instructors and youth who are teaching or learning target rifle shooting. It
presents a complete basic rifle marksmanship course plus an impressive
array of additional resources for new shooters and instructors.
Rifle Safety & Marksmanship Training Instructional CD-ROM
Item # 772 . . . . . . . . . . . $14.95 - Five or more . . . . . . . . each $10.00

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THE M1 GARAND COMPLETE ASSEMBLY GUIDE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE
By Walt Kuleck with Clint McKee; M1 GARAND AND THE M1 CARBINE
First Printing July 2004, 155 pages By Bruce N. Canfield; Improved 2nd Edition,
Guides readers through the best and easiest way to assemble Hard cover, 296 pages, 300+ photographs
the M1 Garand. Included are tips, tricks, pitfalls and The total story behind these exciting guns, from their
“gotchas!” that experienced Garand enthusiasts and armor- invention through WWII, Korea, Vietnam and beyond!
ers have discovered and developed over the years. It goes Close-up photos show features that separate valuable
beyond the military manuals in depth and scope, using rarities from fakes. Covers all manufacturers, with expla-
words and pictures to clearly guide the reader through every nations of components, parts, variations and markings.
operation required to assemble the Garand. 33 tables and charts give instant reference to serial #'s,
ITEM # 721 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19.95 markings, dates of issue and proper configurations.
ITEM # 719 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $39.00

THE M1 GARAND OWNER'S GUIDE THE GAS TRAP GARAND


By Scott Duff - 6" x 9" softbound, 125 pages, 49 photos. By Billy Pyle; 1st Edition 1999 316 pgs, 383 Illustrations
Written specifically for the M1 Garand owner. Answers fre- A library of books has been written about the Garand,
quently asked questions such as "Who made my rifle and but this is the only one that tells the in-depth story of
when?" "How do I take it apart and put it back together?" the 80 rare Model Shop rifles and the early “gas trap”
"How do I clean, lubricate, and maintain it?" production models made between August, 1937 and
ITEM # 711 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19.95 August 1940. The respected Garand authority Billy Pyle
was fortunate enough to be befriended by Art Tuttle,
and this groundbreaking study is the result.
ITEM # 722 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $49.95
ORDNANCE TOOLS, ACCESSORIES
& APPENDAGES OF THE M1 RIFLE
By Billy Pyle; 2nd Edition 2002 THE M1 GARAND: WORLD WAR II
206 pages, 345+ photographs and illustrations Vol 1, 1900-1945 - Revised edition by Scott A. Duff
An updated, comprehensive compilation of new pho- 8 1/2" x 11" softbound, 320 pages, 230 photos.
tographs, period photographs and period illustrations of Volume 1 of the definitive reference set for the Garand
original issue M1 tools and accessories. Included are Collector. Examines development and production of the
bandoleers, bayonets and scabbards, cheek pads, clean- M1 rifle from conception through the closing days of
ing equipment, flash hiders, grenade launcher, telescop- WW II. Month-end serial number tables ID manufactur-
ic sights and mounts. etc. A complete bibliography of ing dates. Bayonets, slings and cleaning kits examined.
books and government publications is also included.
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THE M1 GARAND: SERIAL NUMBERS & DATA SHEETS THE M1 GARAND: POST WORLD WAR II
By Scott A. Duff - 4" x 8" softbound, 101 pages, 84 Data sheets. By Scott A. Duff, 8 1/2" x 11" softbound,
Two of the most critical factors in collecting the M1 Garand are 139 pages, 99 photos.
determining the dates of manufacture and identification of com- Volume 2 of the definitive reference set for the Garand
ponents correct for specific rifles. This book is in response to col- collector. Examines the post World War II rebuild pro-
lectors requests for a "pocket format" reference book convenient gram at Springfield Armory. Serial number table ID
for gun shows, auctions, estate sales, and gun shops. manufacturing dates.
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OVERHAUL OF THE RIFLE, U.S. CAL. .30 M1


By Nicolaus Associates RIFLE, U.S. CAL .30, M1: DIAGRAMS & PICTURES
This 224 page manual documents every part that the By Nicolaus Associates
government inspector observed and checked during Every late issue blueprint that was
overhaul and repair of M1 Garands in the 1960s. used in the production of the M1
There is a malfunction chart and overhaul inspection Garand rifle - listing: dimensional tol-
procedure for every part on the rifle. With approxi- erances, fit, finish, materials used, and
mately 200 diagrams showing inspection checks and referenced specifications. 147 pages,
wear limits for the varous parts. The cover and back 14" x 8.5", cover and back are 19 mil
of the manual are 19 mil polypropylene, 8.5" x 11", polypropylene, plastic wire bound -
plastic wire bound - will lay flat. will lay flat.
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THE M1 GARAND 1936 -1957 COLLECTING THE M1 GARAND II


4th Edition, by Joe Poyer and Craig Resch.
By J.C. Harrison
The most famous of all American battle rifles, the M1 Garand
Soft cover, with plastic spiral binding. Size 6" x 9". This book
is described on a part-by-part basis by serial number range
is one of a series on collectable US Military Arms written by
and manufacturer. From the first of the gas trap rifles
Jesse C Harrison. It is not a takedown manual, a reloading
through the National Match and Navy 7.62 x 51 mm NATO
manual, or the complete historical development of the M1
M1s, this is the most complete book ever written on the M1
Garand. It is only a Field Guide to collecting the Garand.
Garand. 253 pages. Book size 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". Soft cover.
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U.S. M1 CARBINES: WARTIME PRODUCTION THE M1 CARBINE OWNER'S GUIDE


4th Edition, by Craig Resch By Larry L. Ruth with Scott A. Duff
Describes the four models of M1 Carbines from all ten manu- 6" x 9" softbound, 134 pages, 106 photos & drawings.
facturers. Complete with codes for every part by serial num- Provides a detailed evaluation and selection process for both
ber range. "The format makes it extremely easy to use. The shooting and collecting. Serial numbers at the end of each
book is a handy reference for beginning and experienced col- quarter for the various manufacturers are presented to date
lectors." Bruce Canfield, Author of M1 GARAND AND CAR- the Carbine.
BINE. 135 pages. Book size - 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". Soft cover. ITEM # 712 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $21.95
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AND ITS VARIATIONS detailed views, production tables and combat photos.
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Remington Society of America on the M1903, M1903 is one of a series by the author on collectible US Military
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all conflicts, including WWI, WWII and beyond. Heavily 6" x 9" softbound, 177 pages, 121 photographs & drawings.
illustrated with professional photography showing the The Rock Island Rifle Model 1903 provides both the begin-
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THE M16/AR15 RIFLES THE AMERICAN KRAG RIFLE AND CARBINE


Revised 2nd Edition, revised by Joe Poyer By Joe Poyer; Edited by Craig Resch
From its inception as the first American assault rifle to Devoted to the first American bolt action, repeating military
the firing lines of the National Matches, the M16/AR15 firearm, it provides a part-by-part description, the first-ever
rifle in all its various guises has made a significant monthly production serial number chart, and a complete dis-
impact on the American rifleman. Contains: part-by-part cussion of the .30 government cartridges. It resolves myths
analysis; match conditioning a standard AR15; custom and mis-information and solves the mystery of the Philippine
building a quarter-of-a-minute angle match AR15 rifle; Constabulary rifles. Soft cover 5 1/2" x 8 1/2”, 317 pages.
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THE AR-15 COMPLETE OWNER'S GUIDE some of my other books have been more extensive and cov-
UPDATED 2nd EDITION By Walt Kuleck with Scott Duff ered many more models and variations, none were more dif-
6" x 9" softbound, 224 pages, 171 photographs & drawings. ficult to research or write than this relatively small volume
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tive, new or experienced AR-15 owner with the in depth
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model # table and pre-/post-ban serial no. info are included.
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THE UNITED STATE RIFLE MODEL OF 1917
By C.S. Ferris; Foreword by Scott A. Duff
THE M14-TYPE RIFLE Provides both the beginning and advanced collector of the
Model 1917 rifle with a depth of information never before
A SHOOTERS AND COLLECTORS GUIDE available. Soft cover, 6" x 9", 213 pages, 122 photographs.
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stock modifications for better fit and performance while
U.S. MARTIAL .22RF RIFLES maintaining compliance with Natl Standard 3P Rifle
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This book is an attempt to chronicle the .22RF facet of the
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United State martial firearms development.
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AMERICAN MILITARY BAYONETS


US INFANTRY WEAPONS IN COMBAT OF THE 20TH CENTURY
Personal Experiences from WWII and Korea By Gary M. Cunningham Forward by Scott A. Duff
By Mark G. Goodwin. 6" x 9" softbound, 237 pages, 56 pho- 8 1/2" x 11" softbound, 115 pages, 235 line drawings.
tographs. A series of sixty five interviews with soldiers and A single reference book that chronicles U.S. Military
Marines specifically relating their experiences with the US knife bayonets of the 20th Century. A guide for collec-
infantry weapons in combat during WWII and the Korean tors, including notes on makers, markings, finishes, vari-
War. This is a gun book, not simply war stories. ations, scabbards, and production data.
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