Bergara USA, a division of Blackpowder Products, Inc. (BPI Outdoors), announces the expansion of their rifle making capabilities to include new production rifles for sport shooters and hunters with its Performance Series B-14 Timber and B-14 Hunter rifles.
Bergara USA now offers many of the same quality features and performance characteristics well known in their custom guns in its two Performance Series production rifles: the B-14 Timber and the B-14 Hunter. Both rifles feature the Bergara PERFORMANCE action with a coned bolt nose and breech ensuring consistently smooth feeding and a sliding plate extractor for proper alignment.
The Bergara 4140CrMo steel barrel is finished in matte blue and is available in 22-inches (Short Action) and 24-inches (Long Action). The B-14 Timber rifle is built on a classic style, oil-finished walnut stock with a checkered pistol grip and forend. The B-14 Hunter rifle is built on a rugged Sporter-style lightweight synthetic stock. Both the wood and synthetic stocks are bedded with integral pillars for stability and enhanced accuracy.
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Bergara Barrels, OEM supplier to several of the world’s top rifle manufacturers, incorporates a proprietary rifling by which Bergara’s custom rifles have become widely respected by big game hunters, law enforcement and long-range shooting enthusiasts. Now, the same accuracy boasting Bergara barrels are available to American hunters and sport shooters in the Bergara Performance Series rifles at an affordable price.
Bergara B-14 Performance Rifle Specifications
* Calibers: .300 Win Mag., .30-06, .270, .308, 6.5 Creedmoor
* Barrel Length: 22″ (SA), 24″ (LA)
* Overall Length: 41.25″ (SA), 44.5″ (LA)
* Weight: Timber 7.45 lbs. (SA), 7.9 lbs. (LA) / Hunter 7.1 lbs. (SA), 7.5 lbs. (LA)
* Length of Pull: 13.75″
* Finishes: Timber – oil finished walnut stock / Hunter – lightweight synthetic stock
* MSRP: Timber – $950.00 / Hunter – $825.00
For more information, visit http://www.bergarausa.com
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