Montana Rifle Co. Adds New Junction Hunting Rifle

Daniel Y
by Daniel Y

Montana Rifle Company has a new traditional-style hunting rifle, called the Junction. It has a unique Adaptive Controlled Round Feed action that can work in either push feed or controlled feed. A threaded muzzle with a brake is also standard.

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The Junction’s receiver has machined integral scope mounts. The trigger is inspired by the pre-64 Winchester and adjusts as low as two pounds. Underneath the forend are M-LOK slots for accessory attachment. A walnut Monte Carlo stock is standard along with midnight blue Cerakote.

The Adaptive Controlled Round Feed action can operate in either controlled feed or push feed modes.

The Junction is only offered in 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Winchester at this time, but more calibers are planned, including:

6.5 PRC – May 2024
7mm PRC – May 2024
375 H&H – July 2024
300 Rem Ultra Mag – Coming Soon
7mm Rem Mag – Coming Soon
28 Nosler – Coming Soon
280 Ackley – Coming Soon
270 Win – Coming Soon

Montana Rifle Co. guarantees 1/2 MOA accuracy from every rifle. No left-handed models are available at this time, but they are planned in the future.


Weight: 7.5 lbs.
Overall Length: 45.25″
Twist Rate: 1:8
Barrel Length: 24″
Mag Capacity: 5
MSRP: $2,495

From the manufacturer:

Memphis, MI. – Grace Engineering, proud owner of Montana Rifle Company (MRC), is excited to announce a significant increase in production for the classic bolt-action hunting rifle, Junction, driven by escalating consumer demand.

Built from the action out, Montana rifles are engineered, manufactured, and blueprinted in the US at Grace Engineering’s headquarters in Memphis, Michigan. Set in a Monte Carlo walnut stock with a midnight blue cerakote 24″ threaded barrel with brake, the Model 2022 Junction weighs in at 7.5 lbs. The Junction is currently available in a 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Winchester caliber and are securely shipped in a branded Montana Rifle hard gun case.

All images from Montana Rifle Company.

Daniel Y
Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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  • Uncle Yar Uncle Yar on Mar 13, 2024

    Pricey, but at least somewhat unique. Controlled feed with push capability isn't seen much these days. Last time I've seen them in a production rifle is on Lee Enfields.

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    • Andrew Andrew on Mar 14, 2024

      @Uncle Yar I haven’t exactly looked hard, but there’s only one autoloading rifle (pistol caliber, at that) that I can think of that uses both CRF and push, and it is claimed that the design allows OOB. Unfortunately I can’t remember what it is, but I think I remember it being a blowback 9mm upper for an AR.

  • Predrag djuric Predrag djuric on Mar 16, 2024

    An interesting rifle.