A Bergara-Tuned 10/22-Style Rimfire Rifle
One of the most-popular rimfire rifles ever created is the Ruger 10/22, with millions sold and millions of shooters training and enjoying the fun of .22 LR rounds on the platform. Bergara used the popular 10/22-style receiver as a springboard for its own take on the precision rimfire rifle, the Bergara BXR .22 LR, enhanced with the company's legendary chrome-moly barrels, machined from 4140 and finished with flutes and a Cerakote finish.
Each Bergara BXR rifle is constructed on a 10/22-style receiver, which is compatible with all 10/22 magazines and even aftermarket 10/22 trigger packs. The rimfire rifle is set inside a solid stock treated with a green finish complete with black flecks for an attractive look, and the receiver is topped with a 30-MOA scope rail for added elevation dialing for longer-range shots.
- Barrel length: 16.5 inches
- Overall length: 34.5 inches
- Weight: 5.25 pounds
- Equipped with 10/22-style safety
Other features found on the semi-automatic Bergara BXR rifle include a threaded muzzle, as well as a competition-style trigger that breaks at 3.5 pounds. Length-of-pull is also adjustable, and the gun ships with a 10-round rotary magazine.