First Look: Browning McMillan Pro & Long Range Rifles

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posted on February 9, 2021
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Browning is introducing the McMillan Pro and McMillan Pro Long Range, two new X-Bolt rifles that are built for hunters and long-distance shooters in mind. These new rifles are geared toward shooters who demand more from their equipment and know the difference that quality components make when it’s time to make a critical shot.

The foundation for both rifles is the exceptional carbon fiber McMillan Game Scout stock. This stock features a medium sized fore-end, a straight comb and a comfortable vertical pistol grip with thumb shelf. Aluminum pillars ensure a stable, solid mount, and the versatile Sonoran Carbon Ambush camouflage adds concealment from sharp eyes.

The Pro includes a sporter contour barrel and the Pro Long Range is fitted with a 26-inch heavy sporter contour barrel that is threaded 5/8x24. Both rifles include the innovative new Browning Recoil Hawg muzzle brake that significantly reduces felt recoil, and a thread protector is included if you wish to attach a suppressor or another muzzle device. A durable Cerakote Carbon Gray finish is applied to the barreled action of both rifles, and a Picatinny bipod rail on the fore-end is also included.

Features

  • McMillan Game Scout carbon fiber stock with Sonoran Carbon Ambush finish
  • Cerakote Carbon Gray finish on barreled action
  • Pro: Skip fluted sporter contour barrel is threaded and supplied
  • Pro Long Range: 26-inch skip fluted sporter contour barrel is threaded 5/8x24
  • New Recoil Hawg muzzle brake and thread protector included
  • Spiral fluted bolt and fluted bolt knob
  • 20 MOA Picatinny optics rail with integrated bubble level
  • Picatinny accessory rail
  • Quick detach (QD) sling attachments

 
MSRP for the McMillan Pro rifle varies from $2599.99 to $2669.99, and MSRP for the McMillan Pro Long Range varies from $2,629.99 to $2,699.99. For more information on Browning products, please visit browning.com.

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