McMillan Expands Tactical Line
McMillan expands its tactical line with the introduction of the McMillan M3A rifle and the SPEC-TAC-LR. The M3A is designed for shooting with a scope as well as iron sights. The SPEC-TAC-LR rifle is the tactical version of the ergonomic TUBB rifle.
McMillan M3A Rifle
The McMillan M3A is an accurate, medium range tactical rifle with the benefits of magazine fed semi-auto .308 Win firepower. It has an 18" barrel and utilizes a six-groove rifling with 1x10 right hand twist. The action is Springfield M1A chambered in 7.62 NATO (.308 Win). The adjustable cheekpiece on the McMillan M3A stock positions the head for an optimum cheek weld. The stock is designed to shoot with a scope as well as iron sights. An optional Picatinny site rail system with 10¾" bottom rail and 2x4" side rails is available for mounting night vision optics, forward mounted scopes and other accessories. The M3A uses a two stage military trigger set at five to six pounds. One ten-round magazine is included. Accessories and upgrades are available, including scope, bipod, cleaning equipment, cases, and other options.
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McMillan SPEC-TAC-LR Rifle
The SPEC-TAC-LR rifle was designed by famous rifle shooter David Tubb and is a modification of the highly successful TUBB 2000 rifle. A tactical accessory rail system, pinch-block for riding sandbags, muzzle brake, bipod system, flush mount sling swivels, and splash camo finish convert a proven national championship winning rifle platform into a superb tactical rifle. As with the TUBB 2000, the buttstock, cheekpiece, forend, sight position, and trigger are fully adjustable so that a shooter can hold exactly the right position comfortably. The components are indexed so the adjustments can be quickly repeated if different shooters are using the rifle. All barrel and action components are machined to benchrest tolerances. The buttstock removes easily to allow a shooter to break down the SPEC-TAC-LR to fit into a discrete carry case.
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