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not to bad but haven't had chance to play with it , but believe it is set about 3 pounds. Bergara also sells barreled actions.
I just now did some quick research, I looked at how to Adjust them from the Owners Manual, they look just like a Remington 700, And from what I understand they are a Remington 700 Clone Trigger, Any Trigger for the Remington 700 Should fit the B-14 Bergara? If that is indeed the case? It opens up some Serious options for a High Quality After Market Trigger :lewis: If i end up with one, i would put a Bix’ N Andy Tac-Sport in it. I have 2 of them in Rem 700 Rifles, NOTHING else I’ve tried comes close to these Bix Triggers
 

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I just now did some quick research, I looked at how to Adjust them from the Owners Manual, they look just like a Remington 700, And from what I understand they are a Remington 700 Clone Trigger, Any Trigger for the Remington 700 Should fit the B-14 Bergara? If that is indeed the case? It opens up some Serious options for a High Quality After Market Trigger :lewis: If i end up with one, i would put a Bix’ N Andy Tac-Sport in it. I have 2 of them in Rem 700 Rifles, NOTHING else I’ve tried comes close to these Bix Triggers
Bix will keep that in mind, another I like is TriggerTech
 

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Bix will keep that in mind, another I like is TriggerTech
I had a Trigger Tech “Special“ It was their more Refined model, To be absolutely honest I didn’t like it at all, and got rid of it Within a Week. It wasn’t even Close to My Bix‘ N Andy Ball Bearing Triggers. These Bix Triggers are SIMPLE to adjust, Even the Length of Pull. You can get several different Trigger Shoes to fit your Preference. They are a DARN GOOD Trigger :lewis:

From 10 OZ to 4.5 Pounds, i have the 2 Stage Models, just a personal preference thing. My .308 is 12-13 Ounces, and Very SAFE, They Hold like a ROCK, I have Bumped/Banged, Slammed The Bolt ( Everything you test for Trigger Failure, These Bix Triggers HOLD Solid)
 

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I think Bergara did a pretty good job overall with the B-14s. You would likely have that much or more in a Rem700 after upgrading just the stock to something of similar quality. I thought the upper end models were using TriggerTech triggers. The new Paramount Pro is using them also.

From what ive read all rails, bases, stocks (with minor inletting) and triggers for Rem700 fit the B-14 line.
 

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Good trigger pulling. It would be interesting to see chrono speeds for each shot. Was this factory ammo?
 

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Do you think the difference is the load/gr. weight or maybe bullet bearing surface? Anyhow that is an impressive grouping for a production rifle. Again Good skills involved.
 

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Got any Lake City National Match ammo? IIRC the 308 stuff was 168gr?
 

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Do you think the difference is the load/gr. weight or maybe bullet bearing surface? Anyhow that is an impressive grouping for a production rifle. Again Good skills involved.
suppose to be 1- 10 twist , I think it is more to do with load more than bullet for the heavy bullet but it is only 22 inch
 

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My son has the Bergara HMR Pro in 300 win mag. Sweet paper weight cause you cant buy ammo! And we are not set up for reloading prior to the great ammo depression of 2021!!! Very scary looking set up though :roll:
 

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