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Old 07-20-2008, 10:02 PM
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Mcmillan Rifles

I dont suppose any of you has one of this companys rifles? I have one of the old ones from the old Mcmillan Bros rifle company that Gail Mcmillan had with his brother. The rifle is around 20 years old. I was just wondering I never see any of them around. I just wanted to compare.
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Old 07-20-2008, 10:39 PM
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My cousin has one in .308 that he uses for Palma matches.
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Old 07-21-2008, 06:53 AM
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I got to test one of their 308 tactical rifles a few years ago and compair it to a Robar SR-60 and a few other "off the self" customs and for the money we decided to build on a Rem 700 , ended up with a gun that would outshoot all the ones we tested and cost ALOT less.

The past couple dealings I've had with McMillan on products that were not even close to the projected delivery time and the attitude I got , I'll never deal with them again , their are to many other companies willing to give you a superior product often at a better price !!.
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Re: Mcmillan Rifles

I just wanted to clear up something you had said about McMillan Brothers. The company was started in 1992 by my brother Rock McMillan and me. My father Gale had sold a rifle business in 1987 and getting into the rifle business was prompted by repeated questions of "Where can I get a rifle like your dad used to make." Gale never did go into business with either of his brothers, Pat made barrels and Millard still holds the World Record for the smallest 5 shot group ever shot.
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Re: Mcmillan Rifles

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I just wanted to clear up something you had said about McMillan Brothers. The company was started in 1992 by my brother Rock McMillan and me. My father Gale had sold a rifle business in 1987 and getting into the rifle business was prompted by repeated questions of "Where can I get a rifle like your dad used to make." Gale never did go into business with either of his brothers, Pat made barrels and Millard still holds the World Record for the smallest 5 shot group ever shot.
Thanks Kelly I got that info from your gunsmiths but that was 3 years ago and I never update the post. Great rifle to say the least
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