Bergara’s B-14 Timber is a production rifle with the quality of a custom-made rifle! The stock making process involves drilling two oversized holes, which are then filled with metal-infused epoxy resin. After the resin cures, the stock is precision CNC-machined to exacting tolerances, resulting in 2-solid epoxy pillars surrounding the action screws. The barrel is constructed in Spain at Bergara’s highly automated barrel factory, and delivers the quality, performance and accuracy that Bergara’s barrels are known for. To ensure the flawless operation, the Timber is equipped with the renowned B-14 action. This action utilizes a two-lug system with a sliding plate extractor, as well as a coned bolt nose and breech to ensure reliable and smooth cycling. In addition, the B-14 Timber comes standard with Bergara’s own curved trigger, which delivers crisp pull that breaks evenly at about three pounds. This rifle is chambered for .243 Win, .270 Win, .300 Win Mag, .30-06 Springfield, .308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, and 7mm-08.
|Manufacturer Part Number||B14S002C|
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