The Bergara BMR Carbon is a precision bolt-action rifle that blends advanced technology, quality craftsmanship and innovative design. Chambered for the economical and widely available .22 Long Rifle cartridge, the rifle delivers exceptional performance in a lightweight and accurate package.
Key features of this fine rifle include:
Carbon Fiber Wrapped Barrel: One of the standout features of the Bergara BMR Carbon is its 18-inch carbon fiber-wrapped barrel. This feature significantly reduces the rifle's overall weight while maintaining strength and rigidity.
Bergara Premier Action: The BMR Carbon rifle features Bergara's Premier Action, known for its smooth cycling, tight tolerances and exceptional accuracy. The action is precision-machined for consistent performance.
Threaded Barrel: The rifle's 18-inch barrel is threaded, making the installation of a suppressor or other muzzle device a simple task.
Synthetic Stock: The BMR Carbon rifle is fitted with a synthetic stock. The stock is finished in black with gray specs. The stock's construction provides stability and accuracy for precision shooting.
Adjustable Trigger: The rifle is fitted with Bergara's Performance Trigger, a trigger that allows shooters to customize the trigger pull weight to their preference.
Detachable Magazine: The rifle features a detachable 10-round box magazine, which allows for quick and easy reloading during shooting sessions.
Picatinny Rail: The receiver of the BMR Carbon rifle is fitted with a Picatinny rail, making it easy to mount optics like scopes or red dot sights, or night vision devices.
The Bergara BMR Carbon rifle is designed for precision shooters, long-range enthusiasts and hunters seeking a lightweight and accurate bolt-action rifle. Its carbon fiber-wrapped barrel, performance trigger, Picatinny rail and sub-MOA accuracy guarantee make it a popular choice for those who demand top-tier performance from their rifles.
|Manufacturer Part Number||BMR002|
|Gun Color/Finish||Carbon Fiber|
|Caliber||22 Long Rifle|
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