WITH BERGARA RIFLES AT SHOT SHOW 2016

DSC_0147A trip to the Bergara booth was well worth it. Eric took me through the designs concept behind Bergara’s success.

Eric is holding the Bergara Heavy Tactical Chassis rifle (this is sniper platform selected by the COBB County SWAT) which features an Accuracy International AX stock. The stock is fully adjustable for length of pull, cant and comb height without the use of tools. The forend uses keymod for accessory mounting and accessory rail placement. Flush cups are on both sides of the stock for sling placement and additional adjustability. The stock is available in tan, black or green.

The Heavy Tactical Chassis rifles come standard with threaded muzzles (5/8×24) and a Dead Air™ Armament Key Lock® muzzle brake / suppressor mount installed.DSC_0145

  • Weight 11.75-12Lbs
  • AICS Detachable Magazine
  • Timney 510 Curved Trigger or Timney 517 Flat Trigger
  • Barrel Length 24”
  • Barrel Taper #7
  • Bergara Premier Action; Short Action Only
  • Accuracy International AX; AICS Detachable Magazine
  • Calibers/Twists: .308/1:10 or 1:8, .243/1:8, 6.5 Creedmoor/1:8, 6mm Creedmoor/1:8, 260 Rem./1:8, 300WSM/1:10, 7mm WSM/1:9, 300 Win. Mag/1:10, 6.5×284 Norma/1:8
  • M.S.R.P. Starts at $3900

The heart of this rifle is the Bergara action which features a 20 MOA rail that’s pinned and screwed to the action. The action is an ingenious two lug system with a floating bolt head design. A very slick arrangement that is a much responsible for the rifle’s sub-moa accuracy as its barrel and chamber cut.

Ben Fleming with Bergara Rifles introduces the company’s Premier and B14 series of rifles.

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