Time is Almost Up to Win a Bergara Custom Rifle!

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posted on October 7, 2014
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The deadline to enter to win a Bergara Custom Rifle is closing in. You have until October 31 to register for a chance to take home a BCR13 Sport Hunter.

Bergara Custom Rifles are built by the same guys who built and maintained precision firearms for elite U.S. military personnel—warriors who staked their lives on the accuracy and dependability of those guns each and every day. Not only does each rifle feature the famous Bergara barrel, but every component is recognized as the best of the best—Stiller actions, Timney triggers, McMillan or Ashbury stocks and Badger bottom metal.

Watch a video of this rifle below, then go to BergaraUsa.com/RifleGiveaway/ or Like and Share the special Bergara USA Facebook page.

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