McMillan Introduces New Lines of Premium Ammunition

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posted on January 29, 2013
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McMillan Group International announced three new lines of ammunition tailored to specific applications, including McMillan Tactical ammunition, McMillan Precision ammunition for hunting and Extreme Velocity ammunition, optimized for long range performance. These new lines are in addition to McMillan's African Dangerous Game ammunition (ADG) for dangerous game hunting.

McMillan ammunition is crafted to benchrest precision tolerances, not factory ammunition tolerances. This creates better concentricity, better uniformity of velocity, better uniformity of pressure, and ultimately, better accuracy.

McMillan's Tactical ammunition offers tactical cartridges that are custom loaded to match quality standards. Bullets are carefully selected for mission-specific applications. All critical cartridge measurements are held to consistent, precision tolerances. Powders are selected for consistent velocity to minimize vertical spread at extreme long ranges. Each round is hand inspected.

McMillan's Extreme Velocity ammunition utilizes advanced, high ballistic coefficient bullet design to give superior performance at long range. Berger Bullets are used exclusively. Each round is meticulously custom loaded to match quality standards. Powders are selected not just for maximum velocity, but also consistent velocity to minimize vertical spread at long range. The result is ammunition that will outperform conventional factory ammunition at very long ranges. McMillan Extreme Velocity ammunition is developed in conjunction with TV host Bob Beck of Extreme Outer Limits.

McMillan's Precision ammunition features traditional hunting cartridges that are custom loaded to match quality standards. Premium performance bullets meeting rigorous testing standards have been selected to blend maximum accuracy and terminal performance. All critical cartridge measurements are held to consistent, precision tolerances. Powders are selected for consistent velocity to minimize vertical spread at extreme long ranges. Each round is hand inspected.

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