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02-09-2012, 8:28 AM
6.3.6 As-Issued Foreign Military Rifle
The rifle must be a rifle that was issued by the Armed Forces of a country other than the U. S. and be in as-issued condition. All as-issued foreign military rifles must be manually operated bolt-action or straight-pull rifles. Semi-automatic or fully automatic rifles are not permitted.
(1) These firearms must be as issued by the foreign government, with a standard stock and sights.

(2) Trigger pulls may not be less than 3.5 pounds.

(3) Rifles must conform to the weight and dimension specifications of the
standard issue service rifle. Weights may not be added to the rifle.

(4) Only Government Issue parts or commercial parts of the exact same
weight and dimensions may be used.

(5) Sights must be of the same types that were on rifles issued to regular
military personnel. Special purpose sights designed for sniping or target
practice are not permitted.

(6) Rifles that were issued with sharp-edged, inverted V (“barleycorn”) front
sights may be retrofitted with fl at-topped post front sights of military type.
Retrofitted front sights may not have copper bead or colored aiming elements.
Retrofitted front sights may not be wider than 0.100”.

(7) Rifles that were issued with side-mounted front sling swivels may be retrofitted with sling swivels of military type (not quick detachable) that are
positioned in the 6 o’clock location, relative to its original sling swivel location
(may not be moved forward or rearward from that point). If the issue
swivel was narrower than 1 1/4” the retrofit swivel may be 1 ¼”. The
as-issued sling may be replaced with a standard U. S. military sling (Rule
( Rifles may be accurized only by the careful assembly of standard parts.

(9) Rebarreling with a barrel of as-issued dimensions is permitted.

(10) Shims made of wood, fabric, paper, metal or other similar material, of
types that were originally installed by military arsenals in these rifles and
that are placed between the stock and the action, barrel or trigger assembly
are permitted. No other modifications or alterations of the “as-issued” rifle such as the use of glass or epoxy bedding in any location are permitted. The use of synthetic or laminated stocks is not permitted unless such stocks are original Government Issue stocks.

(11) All as-issued rifles must be chambered for the cartridge for which they
were originally chambered.

02-09-2012, 8:34 AM
Do you have a particular question about the rules for As-Issued Foreign Military Rifle for CMP matches?

02-09-2012, 8:50 AM
Me? No. I posted this after a request by a k31 owner.

02-09-2012, 9:31 AM
Good to know. Are these rules also applied at the Carmel Gun Club for K31 and other match's?