McMillan Introduces CS5 Concealable Rifle

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posted on February 9, 2012
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The bolt action CS5 is specifically designed as a compact and concealable precision tactical rifle. It is available in suppressed configuration for military and law enforcement applications, as well as standard configuration.

Breaks Down Into a Common Backpack
With the buttstock and suppressor detached, the CS5 is only 23 inches in overall length. It stuffs neatly into backpacks and other inconspicuous carriers, yet it delivers the stopping authority of a .308 projectile.

Sub-MOA Accuracy, Subsonic or Full Power

Using McMillan's match-grade 200 grain subsonic .308 Win. ammunition, the CS5 will deliver 0.75-MOA performance or better in urban settings. With full power match grade ammunition, the CS5 will also deliver 0.75-MOA performance or better at typical 7.62 NATO distances. Hence, it is a dual purpose firearm serving subsonic as well as traditional sniper rifle roles.

Designed With Extensive Input From Elite Military Teams
The infinitely adjustable buttstock will fit any operator, regardless of height, build, bulk of clothing, or shooting position. A tactile safety button can be operated without moving your trigger finger. Index marks allow repeatable stock adjustments and an Anschutz match trigger adjusts for weight and length of pull.

Contact McMillan for details. Visit www.mcmillanusa.com or call 877.365.6148.

Applicable NFA rules apply regarding SBR and suppressor.

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