I have a Begara HMR that shoots really well. It shoots better than I do...I believe they are about to release a new LRPThanks. Looks like Bergara discontinued several of their premier LRP's. Too bad, I really like the Bergara rifles. I will take a look at Bad Rock and PVA.
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Was referring to the new one here. Solid build from a great smith at a good priceThe GA Precision GAP team rifle in 6.5 CM looks really good but the price will take more consideration. Thanks for the recommendation.
I don't believe they are taking any orders until they finish their current orders. Even then, the lead time is about 6-9 months.+1 on the John Hancock. Shot one a while back and have been keeping my eyes on the market, they currently seem to be scarce (which tends to speak well for a product).
Cost? A full custom from LRI, SAC or any of the good gunsmiths is about the same price of an AI (AT). Weight is a plus sometimes in managing recoil. The only downside I could see is if you wanted to change stocks, or weren't keen on AI's pistol grip.The down sides to an AI are cost, weight, and the pistol grip ergonomics. If the cost and weight aren’t an issue then as long as you like the grip you’ll be set.
When comparing an AT to a custom I totally agree. When comparing them to other production rifles is where the cost is a downside. I did change the stock on my AT to an AX. There is an aftermarket chassis out and another on the way. Which is also costly.Cost? A full custom from LRI, SAC or any of the good gunsmiths is about the same price of an AI (AT). Weight is a plus sometimes in managing recoil. The only downside I could see is if you wanted to change stocks, or weren't keen on AI's pistol grip.