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Atlanta Area SWAT Unit Receives Bergara Rifles

August 19, 2015  | 

Photo: Bergara USA
Photo: Bergara USA

Bergara USA, a division of BPI Outdoors, has delivered on its third Bergara rifle contract received from a Georgia police department. The sale was arranged through Gables Sporting Goods, located in Douglasville, Ga. The Douglasville Police Department SWAT team selected the Bergara Premier Tactical chambered in .308. The rifles are equipped with the Dead Air Armament Keymount combination muzzle brake and suppressor mount, specially designed for the attachment of the Dead Air Armament Sandman suppressor, also manufactured by BPI Outdoors.

Douglasville, Ga., is a metro area of Atlanta and the county seat of Douglas County. Douglas PD SWAT serves a community of over 32,000 citizens. Bergara USA, based in Duluth, Ga., a well-known supplier of precision OEM rifle barrels, has designed a law enforcement tactical rifle by combining its precision barrels with its newly developed Premium actions. Built on a custom XLR Element chassis stock with an adjustable buttstock and a Bergara 416 stainless steel barrel with a suppressor-ready muzzle brake, the Bergara rifles will provide the Douglasville SWAT team with years of continuous precision performance in the line of duty, says the company.

The Bergara "Douglasville S.W.A.T. Rifle" features are as follows:

Barrel: Bergara 416 SS in .308 1:10 Twist with # 6 Contour

Action: Bergara Premier

Stock: XLR Element

Trigger: Timney 517

Muzzle Brake: Dead Air Armament Keymount

For more information on Bergara USA, visit www.bergarausa.com.

About Bergara USA:

Bergara USA, headquartered in Duluth, Georgia, combines the world-class rifle barrels manufactured in Bergara, Spain with the high-tech design, materials and functionality in high demand by hunters, target shooters and professionals in the American Market. www.bergarausa.com

About Dead Air Armament:

Dead Air Armament is a division of Sound Moderation Technologies, a North Carolina company designing, patenting and marketing sound suppressor systems for civilian sportsmen, law enforcement, security and the military. Dead Air products are manufactured and sold through BPI Outdoors.

About BPI Outdoors:

BPI Outdoors is a Georgia-based outdoor company and parent to many highly successful brands in the shooting and hunting industry, including CVA, PowerBelt Bullets, Quake Industries, DuraSight Scope Mounts, Bergara Barrels, and now Dead Air Armament. BPI utilizes channel and direct sales relationship with virtually all major sporting goods wholesalers, buying groups, specialty retail chains and mass merchants. BPI manages a sales force of over 100 representatives located throughout North America.

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