Bergara Introduces BXR .22 LR Rifle

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posted on April 26, 2019
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Bergara rifles has introduced a semi-automatic .22 LR, the Bergara BXR. The rifle features removable/replaceable spacers to adjust stock length, an overall length of 34.5", a total length-of-pull adjustment just over 1", a barrel length of 16.5", a pre-threaded muzzle with thread protector, a 10-round rotary style magazine (10/22 compatible) and a 30 m.o.a. Picatinny rail integral with the receiver. The 10/22-compatible trigger pack breaks around three and a half pounds. 

Aside from these shared features, the BXR will comes in two different formats—the base model (part number BXR001) sports a 4140 chrome-moly fluted steel barrel with a Cerakote finish, and a stock that is green with black flecks, weighing 5.25 lbs. The upgraded BXR is a carbon-fiber model (part number BXR002), topped with a carbon-fiber barrel and a black stock with grey flecks, weighing in at 4.75 lbs. 

The BXR Base Model MSRPs for $565, while the BXR Carbon retails for $659. For more information, check out bergarausa.com.

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