McMILLAN BROS. RIFLE CO.

Previous division of McMillan Group International, located in Phoenix, AZ. Dealer and consumer direct sales. During 1998, the company name changed from McBros Rifles to McMillan Bros. Rifle Co. The company name changed again during 2007 to McMillan Firearms Manufacturing. Please refer to McMillan Firearms Manufacturing, LLC listing for recent models.

McMILLAN BROS. RIFLE CO. Models

available in 16 cals. between .22-250 Rem. and .416 Rem. Mag. (disc. 1997), camouflaged fiberglass stock, match grade stainless steel barrel, choice of MCRT (Rem. Model 700 custom type action mfg. to aerospace standards) or MCR (disc., Rem. Model 700 BDL action that has been trued). Mfg. 1993-2007.
available in 6 Mag. cals. between .300 Wby. Mag. and .458 Win. Mag., built to aerospace tolerances for any hunting situation, barrel band sling swivel, folding leaf sight, black synthetic stock. Mfg. 1993-2005.
.30-378 Wby. Mag., .338 Lapua (new 2004), or .338-378 Wby. Mag. (disc. 1997) cal., RT action only. Mfg. 1996-2008.
.308 Win. or .300 Win. Mag. cal. Mfg. 1993-2007.
.300 Win. Mag. or .338 Lapua (new 1998), similar to MCR Tactical. Mfg. 1993-2007.
.222 Rem., 6mm PPC, 6mm BR, 7mm BR, or .308 Win. cal., benchrest configuration. Mfg. 1993-99.
.300 Win. Mag. (new 1996), .30-378 Wby. Mag. (new 1996), 7.82 Warbird (new 1996), .308 Win. (disc. 1995) or .338-378 Wby. Mag. (mfg. 1996-97) cal. Mfg. 1993-99.
.243 Win., .260 Rem., 7mm-08 Rem., 6mm, or .308 Win. cal., target rifle featuring metal 4 way adj. stock, Picatinny rail, hand lapped Schneider match barrel, Ansch├╝tz 2 stage trigger, state-of-the-art action, vent. handguard, 12 lbs. Mfg. 2000-2007.
.50 BMG cal., available as either single shot sporter, repeater sporter, light benchrest, or heavy benchrest variation. Mfg. 1993-2007.