Posts Tagged ‘McMillan’

Sneak Peek – King’s Arsenal .50

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

King’s Arsenal designed the rifle around the Hornady A-MAX .50BMG ammunition and this prototype is around a half to 3/4 MOA gun.

They’ve certainly combined all of the right ingredients. Built on a Cadex Defence Strike 50 chassis which accommodates the McMillan Tac 50 action (both old and new style). King’s Arsenal also used a 28″ Lija barrel and a McMillan brake. Additionally, they’ve applied a Cerakote finish to the rifle in Tan (minus bolt) to match the Cadex chassis.

They’ve topped this one off with a Nightforce Optics 5.5x22x50 NXS with NP-R2 illuminated reticle optic.

It’s not on their website yet so email Jordan@kingsarsenal for full details.

Medal of Honor – Partners

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

Video game designers have been going out of their way to introduce more and more realism into their titles. There’s also been a lot of talk within our industry on coming up with new ways to reach additional markets. Consequently, it seems like a perfect match when manufacturers of military equipment partner with video game designers. In a way, the folks that play first person shooters they are natural tactical customers.

Electronic Arts, producers of the popular Medal of Honor series is reveling in its partnership with the tactical industry. Not only is it featuring partners’ products in the latest version of the game, but EA is also openly promoting the manufacturers to their players.

Each week they discuss additional partners and show examples of how they have participated in game development including a video. So far they’ve revealed LBT, Mechanix Wear, McMillan, SureFire, Trijicon, and LaRue Tactical.

Read about all of the partners at