Monday, April 13, 2009

Civilian Marksmanship Program Running Low On Rifle Ammunition- Sets Purchase Limits

The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) has set a purchase limit of 10 cans of .30-06 surplus ammunition per year this month. But, the ammunition supply may not last that long.

Buy it while its still available or before Barack Obama, Carolyn McCarthy, or Diane Feinstein step in. You must also show that you belong to a recognized shooting organization and proof of birth, such as a birth certificate. While we support selling Government surplus ammo to US citizens only, you have to show more proof of citizenship to buy ammo than a recent presidential candidate had to show. This is the last of the cheap surplus ammo that you will see for the foreseeable future.

There has been an unprecedented number of orders received for rifles, ammunition, and all other surplus products in the last six months at the Civilian Marksmanship program. As of 04/10/09, the sales and processing department there is shipping orders received at the end of January, 2009, and have several thousand orders to go from February and March of 2009.

They have 9,000 orders for M2 ball HXP non corrosive .30-06..240 rounds in in 20 round boxes and will fill current orders, but no more are accepted. .

No order new acknowledgment will be made until 30 to 45 days after they receive the order, and delivery times are 90 to 120 days out.

They have completely sold out of surplus Lake City .30-06 ammunition. 192 round Greek surplus HXP non corrosive M2 ball .30-06 ammunition in 8 round enbloc clips in spam cans is still available at $75.00 plus shipping.

For cheap surplus .30-06 ammunition, Visit CMP at -

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Great post. I love when ammo goes on sale. Shooting is a wonderful sport, the cheaper the better.