McMillan is committed to growth of the firearms industry. We actively support the NRA, industry organizations, shooting sports programs, and military and law enforcement agencies.

McMillan also places a special emphasis on supporting youth shooting sports programs. We recognize the importance of building the next generation of shooters to sustain the sport and actively support a select few individuals based on the company's core values.


McMillan Donates African Hunting Rifle to Dallas Safari Club
McMillan is donating its Heritage rifle, an African hunting rifle from its Custom Collection™, to Dallas Safari Club (DSC) for its annual fundraising event. The rifle will be auctioned off during DSC’s convention January 6-9, 2011. DSC is an international organization conserving wildlife and wilderness lands, educating youth and the general public, and promoting and protecting the rights and interests of hunters worldwide. The money raised will go to expand DSC's grant programs that benefit conservation and education initiatives around the world.

Senator John McCain Visited McMillan Group International
Senator John McCain visited McMillan Group International recently to tour the company’s manufacturing facility and hold a town hall meeting with McMillan’s employees. During the town-hall meeting, McCain discussed issues, including his support for the National Rifle Association (NRA) and the rights for individuals to hold firearms. McCain also gave thanks to the many veterans employed by McMillan for their service to their country.

McMillan actively supports the National Rifle Association and its goals. In 2009 McMillan participated in the NRA Foundation Fundraising Auction held at the 138th annual NRA convention in Phoenix, Arizona. McMillan donated a Safari Club Limited Edition Rifle Series valued at $11,995.
McMillan is proud to support the NRA's Institute for Legislative Action. The ILA tirelessly fights to protect the rights of law-abiding citizens to purchase, possess and use firearms guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
McMillan is partnering with Safari Club International (SCI) to offer the Safari Club Limited Edition Rifle Series commemorating SCI. McMillan donates a portion of each sale to SCI.
McMillan is a member of the not-for-profit National Shooting Sports Foundation. The NSSF is the trade association for the shooting, hunting and firearms industry.
  3-Member Team
The 2009 McMillan junior team wins the junior class championship at the Sportsmans Team Challenge nationals in San Antonio in June 2009. Members of the 3-man team include DJ Arnberger, Austin Elbert and Wes Borie.
  Wesley Borie
McMillan is sponsoring promising junior shooter, Wes Borie. Wes has been shooting in clay target competitions since 2004 and is an accomplished shooter winning numerous individual awards in both the Scholastic Clay Target Program and the National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA). He has also participated on the All-State Sub Junior Team for NSCA in 2006 and 2008. Wes recently won seven trophies at the 2009 U. S. Open Sporting Clay Championship, including
28 gauge - Master Class 2nd place & sub junior champion
20 gauge - Master Class 4th place & sub junior champion
12 gauge - 2nd place sub junior
Prelim Shoot - 3rd place sub junior
5 Stand - 5th place sub junior
  Scholastic Clay Target Program
McMillan sponsored three young shooters this year at the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) Nationals held July 21-26, 2009 in Sparta, Illinois. Members of the team include Kyle Johnson, Shelby Shank, and Lane Shank. The team placed sixth out of 40 varsity teams.

McMillan continued to sponsor the team members at the Junior World Skeet Championship held July 30 through August 2, 2009 at Blue Springs, Mississippi where they competed individually. Collectively they won eleven awards. Most of the awards won were a direct result of shoot-offs.


Kyle Johnson:
Doubles Jr. Class 3 - fourth place
.410 Jr. Class 2 - fifth place

Shelby Shank:
Jr. Lady 20 gauge - world champion
Jr. Lady Champ of Champs - champion
Jr. Lady HOA - bronze medal
20 gauge Jr. Class 2 - first place
20 gauge Jr. 2-man team - runner up (Shelby and Lane teamed together)
Doubles Jr. Lady - third place
Doubles Jr. Class 2 - fifth place

Lane Shank:
20 gauge Jr. Class 2 - runner up
20 gauge Jr. 2-man team - runner up (Lane and Shelby teamed together)