CMP 1917s

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CMP has a very limited quantity of 1917 Service and Field Grade rifles available for mail orders. CMP Stores may also have a limited quantity. These are sold AS-IS with no returns or exchanges. Once these are sold out, we will not backorder these. Please keep in mind the yearly limit of one (1) 1917 per year, per person. If you have already purchased one this year, you are not eligible until January 2025. For more information on the 1917 rifles, please visit this link https://thecmp.org/sales-and-service/m1917-enfield-rifle-information/. Ordering information may be viewed at https://thecmp.org/cmp_sales/ordering-information/.
 
Just out today

CMP has a very limited quantity of 1917 Service and Field Grade rifles available for mail orders. CMP Stores may also have a limited quantity. These are sold AS-IS with no returns or exchanges. Once these are sold out, we will not backorder these. Please keep in mind the yearly limit of one (1) 1917 per year, per person. If you have already purchased one this year, you are not eligible until January 2025. For more information on the 1917 rifles, please visit this link https://thecmp.org/sales-and-service/m1917-enfield-rifle-information/. Ordering information may be viewed at https://thecmp.org/cmp_sales/ordering-information/.
They sent the same message out on January 9th, I bought one and received it a few weeks later
 

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Yep, been available since the end of December actually. Honestly, they are a little overpriced for being luck-of-the-draw. Lots of people getting white painted VFW rifles. You can do better elsewhere.
I bought the higher grade rifle and it seems to be original wood thankfully
 
Even $1,000 isn’t totally out of line for a Service Grade M1917 these days, but I wouldn’t pay that unless I knew what I was getting. Buying sight unseen is a roll of the dice, and for me, they would have to be less than $1,000.

I do already have three M1917’s, so I guess I can afford to be picky.
 
Even $1,000 isn’t totally out of line for a Service Grade M1917 these days, but I wouldn’t pay that unless I knew what I was getting. Buying sight unseen is a roll of the dice, and for me, they would have to be less than $1,000.

I do already have three M1917’s, so I guess I can afford to be picky.
I have not seen a 1917 for less than $800 in 10 years. God I wish I had them same gun stores and sellers near me as some of you , lol
 
cabelas in hudson has a few and gets more off and on; about the same price as cmp [less sometimes,. at least you get to inspect them
Yeah , 3 hour round trip on a good day. I have become very lazy. I would probably just order one from cmp at that point, lol

I would have to plan a day , HIt AHM, NEAG and that fruit stand near the AHM. So add another $500 to the rifle for travel expenses. Lol
 
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