McMillian TAC®-50 A1 WITHOUT R2 Recoil Mitigation System
BEST-OF-BREED TACTICAL RIFLES DESIGNED FOR THE NEEDS OF THE PROFESSIONAL MARKSMAN.
Through years of experience working with elite tactical forces stationed around the world, we have determined what works and what doesn’t under the extreme conditions of actual military and law enforcement tactical applications. The McMillan Tactical Rifle represents a best-of-breed tactical rifle for the professional marksman.
Our rifles offer the features that working professional marksman demand. Our equipment works reliably every time – the way it is supposed to. It ergonomically fits the marksman, not just for a few shots at the range, but for hours or days hunkered down in a hide, waiting for a target to emerge. And our heritage of precision accuracy built into every McMillan tactical rifle has broken long range world records at competitive events, as well as on the battlefield.
The McMillan tactical rifle is designed for the professional marksman assigned with a critical mission in the harsh conditions of the real worl
UPDATE TO THE RENOWN TAC®-50 TACTICAL 50 CALIBER RIFLE
Now Available with the NEW R2 Recoil Mitigation Device!! The origina McMillian TAC®-50 A1 is still available.
McMillan introduces a product update to the TAC®-50 50 BMG tactical rifle. Named the TAC®-50 A1™, the new rifle includes several product enhancements over the original TAC-50 rifle that has been deployed by military forces around the world.
The TAC-50 A1 features a new take-down fiberglass stock with a forend that is 5” longer, moving the balance point for the bipod forward. The TAC-50 A1 includes an integral cheekpiece and a monopod on the buttstock with an option for vertical adjustment. The stock incorporates a smaller pistol grip to fit a wider range of hand shapes, with and without gloves.
The TAC-50 A1 reflects input from McMillan’s customers around the world regarding features they would like to incorporate in this weapon. It has a new bipod that is lighter, yet sturdier. The legs adjust vertically, as well as forward and rearward to fine tune the rifle for elevation.
A new magazine system offers a positive, self-locking magazine latch that is easier to operate with gloved hands. The magazine release lever is repositioned ahead of the trigger bow.
As with the original TAC-50, the TAC-50 A1 features a 29” premium selected, hand-lapped match grade free-floating barrel, threaded muzzle brake, detachable 5-round box magazine, tuned 3.5 lb. trigger, and extra-long bolt handle to clear large optics. It utilizes the proven McMillan 50 caliber action and all components are built to benchrest precision tolerances.
The McMillan TAC-50 product line continues to be used by military forces around the world as both an ultra-long range anti-personnel tactical rifle, as well as an anti-materiel rifle used for disabling assets at long range. For many military units, it is the benchmark for extreme long range accuracy in a tactical rifle weapons system.
Color Options: Black, OD Green, Desert Tan
Fiberglass stocks for the tactical series are available in the three colors shown below. Most exterior metal surfaces receive a matching Cerakote coating. This provides additional corrosion resistance for harsh environments and gives an excellent base coat for tactical marksmen who will later paint their firearms to match the urban or field conditions where they are deployed
TAC-50 A1 SPECIFICATIONS
|Action:||McMillan .50 Caliber|
|McMillan 30 MOA Picatinny rail|
|Drilled and tapped for 8x32 scope base screws|
|Magazine:||Detachable Box, 5-Round|
|Stock:||McMillan TAC-50 A1|
|Adjustable integral cheekpiece|
|4 flushmount cups with 1 1/4" sling loops|
|Barrel:||Match grade, hand lapped, free floating, fluted|
|29" Navy contour|
|Threaded McMillan muzzle brake|
|Trigger:||Adjustable, set at 3.5 lbs.|
|Finish:||Metal Finish (to match stock) - Black, Olive, Gray, Tan, or Dark Earth|
|R2 Recoil Mitigation System:||No|
A Canadian Joint Task Force 2 sniper made the longest recorded sniper kill in history with this weapon in Iraq. He made the kill within the 30-day period leading up to 22 June 2017. The Canadian sniper killed an ISIL fighter from 3,540 m (3,871 yd). The previous record of 2,475 m (2,707 yd) was set by British sniper Craig Harrison in 2009.
Three of the top five longest recorded sniper kills were made with this rifle, all by Canadian soldiers.