Bergara Introduces Micro Rimfire

posted on February 3, 2021
Bergara has announced a new addition to their extensive lineupthe Bergara Micro Rimfire, or BMR, for short. Available in .22 LR, .17 HMR and .22 WMR, these new models are designed to incorporate all the other features found on Bergara rimfires, simply on a smaller scale. 

BMR Steel

The BMR is built around the same match-grade chamber design as the Bergara B-14R Trainer, and is available with a #4 profile steel or #6 profile carbon barrel. This gun is also equipped with a Bergara Performance Trigger that is Remington-700-compatible, giving the user the ability to set up the rifle with their favorite aftermarket trigger, if so desired. The BMR ships with a Bergara 30-MOA rail and comes with both a 5- and 10-round magazine.

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