Review: CMP Field Grade M1911A1
Through the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP), qualifying buyers can enter a lottery to purchase their own genuine U.S. military-surplus M1911 or M1911A1 pistol.
CMP Opens Round Three Of M1911 Pistol Sales
The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) is accepting applications from those interested in taking ownership of one of the retired U.S. Military 1911 pistols it is currently offering for sale. Requests must be postmarked on or before Sept. 30.
Rifleman Q&A: M1903 Arsenal Repairs?
A reader inquires about modified and repaired gunstocks used on surplus M1903 bolt-action rifles that were sold by the CMP.
ARTV: Civilian Marksmanship Program M1911 Pistol Sales
The Civilian Marksmanship Program, a privatized entity that was formerly the Office of the Director of Civilian Marksmanship, is selling surplus M1911 and M1911A1 handguns from the U.S. Army in order to support its mission of teaching and promoting marksmanship.
The Keefe Report: The M1 Garand's Legacy
From its introduction, American Rifleman has covered the M1 Garand from many angles. Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe discusses the legacy of this iconic battle rifle.
Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Inside the Civilian Marksmanship Program; Springfield M1A; Astra Model 300
This week American Rifleman TV gets an inside look at the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
The CMP M1911s: The Inside Story
It's a happy ending for these 8,000 pistols fought on battlefields from Europe to Southeast Asia, only to then be consigned to long-term storage in a government warehouse.
Leupold Announces VX-4.5HD Service Rifle Optic
Leopold's new optic is designed for use on the National Rifle Association Highpower and Civilian Marksmanship Program Service Rifle competitive shooting circuits
Special Presentation: Inside the Civilian Marksmanship Program
This presentation from Martin K.A. Morgan discusses the history of the DCM/CMP, and describes the ways that the program continues to fulfill its mission in the 21st Century.
The Keefe Report: CMP 1911s—Wonka Golden Ticket Unlikely
In case you think you're going to get the Golden M1911 and remodel your dream home from the sale of a mint Singer you got for $50, think again.