McMillan Heavy Bench Rest 50 BMG
Factory New Condition
FFL is required
Current Bid
No Bids
Starting Bid
No Reserve!
0 Bids Bid History
Time Left 15 min rule
Item has Ended
8/2/2017 11:22 AM
Item 671781606
Location West Fargo, ND 58078-4218
See Item Description
No international shipments
Payment USPS Money Order, Money Order, Certified Check
Checkout Yes
Sales Tax
Seller does not collect sales tax
Inspection/ Return Policy
Three Days from the date the item is received

The seller of this item assumes all responsibility for this listing. You must contact the seller to resolve any questions or concerns before placing a bid. Payment must be made using U.S. dollars ($) unless otherwise stated in the listing. Firearms may only be shipped to a licensed dealer (FFL Holder). Some listed items may not be legal in every state. Complete your purchase within the law.

Please read the Item Characteristics for important listing details.

This is a new McMillan 50 BMG with a 34" stainless heavy Lothar Walther barrel. I ran a patch through the barrel and it measured 1:16 twist. The barrel has been bead blasted. The stock is a heavy bench rest with a solid weight (could be aluminum) in the rear including thumb rest made for the McMillan 50. The reamer used was a PTG to accept match bullets. The stock has the bipod attachment point. The receiver is parkerized and glass bedded in the front and at the tang. The gun weighs approximately 40 lbs. The trigger is a standard Remington, safety has been removed. The gun has been test fired with 2 rounds with no issues ejecting and brass came out clean with no signs of chamber issues. Built by professional benchrest gunsmith in ND (ask for details). Buyer pays for return shipping if returned. The barrel favors one side slightly in barrel channel as can be seen from the photos, the rest looks to be a very nice fit. The forward most screw had to be moved forward in the stock by approximately 1/4" and filled with Acraglass (same as the build on American Guns (Gunsmoke) TV program on Discovery Channel). There may have been a slight design change with the McMillan 50s at some time. I have not seen another stock like this, and looks to be factory in every aspect. I purchased the stock and barrel (both new and unused) several years ago from someone not able to complete the project, the barrel was new in the sleeve/container which had to be turned slightly, came factory short chambered, and the gunsmith checked Walther's web site before building and said that it is European marked for stainless. The barrel is in a heavy/bull configuration. I did the magnet test on the barrel, and it is magnetic. The gunsmith said that it machined hard, which is customary for the Walther barrels as per other builder's comments. I purchased the McMillan receiver about 3+ years ago to complete the build. The weight in the stock may account for roughly 5 pounds of the total weight. The scope rail should be 20-30 MOA by visual inspection (I checked the order papers from McMillan and the MOA was not specified on those documents). The gunsmith said the recoil was very manageable. If I can think of anything else, I will add to description, or if you have a specific question, please ask.
Seller provided no "Additional Terms of Sale"
Other Manufacturer
Other Model
.50 BMG
Barrel Length
34+ inch
Mfg Part Number
40.00 Pounds