Editors’ Picks 2017: Bergara B-14 HMR Rifle

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posted on March 8, 2017
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Bergara paired its popular B-14 bolt-action with an integrated aluminum mini-chassis to create the HMR (Hunting & Match Rifle). The result is a serious long-range precision rifle, priced right at $1,150 MSRP. The rifle’s No. 5 contour, 22" barrel comes suppressor-ready with a thread protector in place. Shooters will like the composite stock’s adjustable cheekpiece, length-of-pull buttpad spacers and recessed QD sling cups. A Bergara Performance Trigger, detachable five-round magazine and oversized bolt handle combine to enhance shooter capability. Available in 6.5 mm Creedmoor and .308 Win., the HMR weighs in at about 9 lbs., 4 ozs. Watch the video from SHOT Show 2017, and for more, go to  bergarausa.com 

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