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    Everything you need to know about the CMP program can be found here
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    I have wanted one for some time, I'll have to ask my Son to give me money for the holidays instead of a gift. Perhaps it's time to start preparing crafts for selling at the PowWows again, because I have about 30 guns I want to buy and can't decide which one first.

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    Interesting; I thought I would have to join an actual shooting club, but it looks like being an active LEO, plus being a member of the FOP, suffices for eligibility. I had been thinking of joining an FOP-affiliated employee org. My current employee org may also suffice, but I will have to dig deeper.

    Thanks for the link!

    I have long thought of the M1 Garand as being an ideal rifle for the individual private citizen, who is not a member of a fire team, and who has handguns and/or shotguns for closer-range defensive use. I let my previous Garand get away; I bought it because it was such a good rifle for the price at the time, but went out on a financial limb, and could not afford to keep it.

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    i got a good plainfeild M1 from the usgi parts days for only $400
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    That seems kinda steep for a plainsfield, I just sold one for $250 with a 30 round mag and it was a great shooter to boot. I kept my Inland as it is a better shooter and has better provenance.

    I also recently sold a M1 Garand, winchester receiver with Springfield guts, arsenal rebuild, it also was a good shooter. I got $800 for that one.

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    I went to a gun show yesterday, they were around $800. So you may want to go with cphilip's suggestion.

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