McMillan Leaves BOA & Moves to National Bank of Arizona

By Kelly McMillan

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Phoenix, Arizona –-(Ammoland.com)- I want to let everyone know we have found a new bank. National Bank of Arizona. (McMillan has had a very public dispute with Ban of America http://tiny.cc/r45dfw )

They are a terrific 2nd Amendment friendly bank, part of Zions out of Utah, have a great customer service department and our money will stay here in Arizona

There have been many people pledging to support McMillan in a financial way and with the price of our products it is very difficult. Besides we have maintained that this is not about McMillan or money, but our freedoms. I have come up with a way that you can support McMillan, gun ownership, hunting, SCI, and the Phoenix Chapter of SCI.

We have built a one of a kind rifle to be auction off by the Phoenix Chapter of Safari Club International. It is a fantastic rifle for Antelope, Sheep, Whitetail and Mule deer, The details are in the link below. The main thing is each ticket is $20 or 6 for $100 and 100% goes to the Phoenix Chapter of SCI.

Call 623-582-9635 and talk to Dee, she will take your order. http://www.phxsci.org/raffles/mcmillan-rifle-raffle.html

For additional information visit McMillan’s website, www.mcmillanusa.com

About McMillan:
McMillan Group International, located in Phoenix, Arizona, is the corporate parent for a family of firearms companies committed to excellence in the firearms industry. Companies include McMillan Firearms Manufacturing (formerly “McBros”), a manufacturer of the McMillan tactical and hunting rifles; McMillan Fiberglass Stocks, a leading manufacturer of premium custom fiberglass stocks for hunting, competition, tactical and OEM markets; and McMillan Machine Company, a contract manufacturer of precision machined parts.

Read more at Ammoland.com: https://www.ammoland.com/2010/12/15/mcmillan-m3a-rifle/#ixzz1wqoF2vjn

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WillB
WillB
9 years ago

I read where McMillan was just beginning to close it's accounts at Bank of America but have not seen anything about the dispute with Bass Pro Shops. Is there any news on that?