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Sales Update - 30 Sept 2013CMP UNVEILS NEW CUSTOM SHOP FOR USGI FIREARMS IN ANNISTON
By Steve Cooper, CMP Marketing Manager
ANNISTON, AL - Over the years, many Civilian Marksmanship Program firearms purchasers have asked if the CMP would consider offering reliable, reasonably-priced and prompt maintenance, repair and upgrade of USGI-issue rifles. The CMP has responded and the answer is "YES" we will.
Effective October 1, 2013, the CMP Custom Shop will open for business, providing a wide variety of repair, upgrade and custom services for a wide range of U.S. Military rifles, specifically those issued in early eras.
The CMP Custom Shop will be able to perform virtually any normal upgrading, accurizing, customizing and refinishing (not to mention regular repairs and troubleshooting) to the types of rifles that we are currently selling or have sold in the recent past.
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Saw that myself, interesting. I'm not sure if I'd want to ship something to them unless I wanted it completely re-barreled or something. If I lived close enough to drive there though I might drop a couple of my M1s off to see if they can figure out why the windage adjustments won't work...