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Old 01-24-2019, 01:26 PM
LHS905 LHS905 is offline
 
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** If you have changed your email address, telephone number or whatever, send an email to: cmp1911@thecmp.org, if you have already received your RGN number please include it in the email as it will make it easier to locate your packet. **

** If you have not received your RGN number, WE CAN NOT GO THROUGH 19,000 PACKETS TRYING TO FIND YOUR PACKET TO MAKE THE CHANGE, we will put the information in our files and make every effort to marry it up to your packet but there are no guarantees.
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The link in post #3 of this thread has that answer...
Here’s the pertinent verbiage.


Good luck.

LHS
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Old 01-25-2019, 10:15 AM
Kansas Poster Kansas Poster is offline
 
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Originally Posted by milgunsguy View Post
We received my 1911 call today and my wife erased the telephone message before I heard it.

What number in 256 do we call to confirm our 1911 orders, please?

Eric
From the order form.

Questions? Contact CMP 1911 Customer Service at:
256-835-8455 extension 461
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Old 02-11-2019, 04:42 PM
hsrifkin hsrifkin is offline
 
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Default A couple question/updates

I have a couple of requests for updates of old information
  1. Early in the process cmp1911admin estimated that of the 8000 pistols received that aboyt 6500 would be good enough to ship. How has this estimate held up so far and is 6500 still a good number
  2. Also early in the process cmp1911admin stated that there were a suprising number of people who have passed of purchasing a pistol when called. What is a rough percentage of the people who for whatever reason (refused, packet rejected, failed NICS, etc)did not get a pistol when there number came up?

Thanks
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Old 02-11-2019, 04:59 PM
cmp1911admin cmp1911admin is offline
 
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1. We are still inspecting pistols, but 6500-7000 is our best guess at this time.
2. Information not important.
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Old 02-13-2019, 11:45 AM
mike175gr mike175gr is offline
 
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No, the lesson is to search a little first. Asking is good, but not if it has been asked many times already....
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Old 02-14-2019, 06:20 PM
khenzel khenzel is offline
 
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Sorry if this has been asked before. I tried to find my answer but didn't see anything posted in my 15 mins or so of digging, so i'll ask...

When CMP comes across a packet that is incomplete/rejected for any number of reasons, is it simply put aside/shredded/discarded as they see fit with no contact?

Just curious, as hearing nothing could mean 2 things: 1. i've not been drawn yet, or 2. i failed hard and was eliminated.

Just hoping to put #2 out of my head so i can rest more easily!
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Old 02-14-2019, 08:10 PM
cmp1911admin cmp1911admin is offline
 
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We are still in the process of sending everyone their RGN number, as your number comes to the top you will be contacted for payment information or you will receive an email saying why you were rejected.
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