Bergara Barrels For Thompson/Center Encore/Prohunter

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Bergara Barrels For Thompson/Center Encore/Prohunter -
Bergara barrels are crafted to incredibly rigid tolerances for unmatched drop-in accuracy. Each barrel has a straightness deviation of less than .004". Mirror-polished barrel interiors are button-rifled to precision standards. Fits both Thompson/Center Encore and ProHunter frames and forends.


  • Crafted to rigid tolerances for unmatched drop-in accuracy
  • Barrel interiors are button-rifled to precision standards
  • Straightness deviation of less than .004"
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Bergara Barrels For Thompson/Center Encore/Prohunter Reviews:

Negative Reviews:

Varmint Full Contour

Just a warning to you TC Encore folks.... If you buy a Varmint Full Contour Bergara barrel, do not expect it to fit your forend as received. If you go to the Bergara website and read FAQ #3, you will see that they know it will not fit, but still sell it without telling you. You will need a muzzleloader forend and special screws that they send you. Sent many request to the online option and after a long time of waiting I finally called. They said they never got anything from me and made it sound like I didn't do it. Finally he took my information over the phone and said they would send me two screws. So who of these days I might actualy have it all in place to work. I wish I would have just done the TC barrel and not had all of this extra to deal with. Just doesn't make since to me that you design a barrel specfically to fit a gun and sell it for that and something like a screw tapping is a problem. I guess it is easier to send out screws than fix the problem.
2326 at Cabelas on 09/28/2011

Gunsmithing needed

First of all, I love the 35 whelen barrel and how it shoots. But, I got the barrel in and when I put it on the gun it would not latch closed unless I "SLAMMED" it shut. Then, once I got it to close it would not cock. The hammer could not be pulled back due to the piece that closes the gun not depressing the lever that allows you to cock the gun. Had to have gunsmithing done to make everything work right. I rate this barrel 1 star due to the fact that I paid 250+ bucks for it and still had to have work done on it to get it to work right.
sqrhead at Cabelas on 02/04/2011

Bergara Barrels

bought the 30.06 barrel for T/C and couldn't pull hammer back after installation. Took barrel back to the store they micrometered the parts and found that the safety spring was actually shorter then then the true thompson center barrel, so wound not work. I had to return the barrel and spent the extra money to buy thompson original. Why would they produce a product that wouldn't work? NEVER AGAIN!!! Thompson center origianl ONLY!!!
reggie11 at Cabelas on 11/11/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Could have been a Contender

Having read all the hype, I was expecting great things from my new 243. Fit was fine, finish was also fine, no complaints... until I got to the range. I reload 11 calibers, and have shot in competition for 23 years, up to national championship level, and have never had a barrel take so darn long to break in only to end up with such average results.
First 100 rounds of "green and silver" factory grouped around 3", second 100 with premium factory narrowed it down to a best group of 1.8". Handloads produced a best group of around 1.3". After finally finishing fire lapping, and a total of about 400 rounds down the pipe, it settled down to shoot just over an inch.
For the cost of all the ammo through it to find out it barely qualifies for MOA, I could have had a premium sure-thing from one of the custom guys.
Dan3006 at Cabelas on 05/22/2012