Bergara Introduces B14 Series Hunting and Match Rifle

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posted on January 6, 2017
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Expanding on its B14 rifle series, Bergara has introduced the B14 Series Hunting and Match Rifle (HMR).

The B14 HMR features a solid molded synthetic stock with a built in machined aluminum mini-chassis. The sturdy aluminum mini-chassis is built into the HMR stock using precise molding and machining techniques, and is designed to offer repeatable bedding for each B14 action installed on the rifle. It also allows for the support to fully free float the Bergara Barrel, ensuring extreme accuracy. The world-renowned Bergara barrel, produced using a proprietary vertically honed, button-rifled barrel, on the HMR is designed to be light enough for a hunter to carry, yet heavy enough to deliver the utmost in performance and precision. 

The stock's finish on the HMR is completed using a multiple stage method, which gives it proper texture and adds protection to the stock itself. The HMR uses a precision-machined bottom metal and is designed to accept AICS-style magazines. The rear stock of the HMR is specifically created to offer a multitude of adjustments for many different types of shooters, both right and left handed. The cheek piece, or cheek riser, is fully adjustable up and down to accommodate proper eye alignment with the optic for different size shooters. Length of pull is fully adjustable for shooters of all types and sizes. Equally as important, most of the quick adjustment can be made completely by hand, and without the requirement of a tool. The stock offers multiple flush cup mounts for QD attachments, as well as multiple sling swivel studs for traditional bipod and sling attachments. The HMR stock is created and precisely machined to reduce weight, yet offer extreme functionality for every shooter out there.



The Bergara B14 HMR will initially be offered in .308 Win. and 6.5 Creedmoor, utilizing the world famous Bergara barrel and backed by a 100 percent accuracy guarantee. The Bergara barrel is produced using a proprietary vertically honed button rifled barrel and is threaded 5/8" x 24 to accept most compatible muzzle devices and suppressors. All B14 HMR's are guaranteed to produce sub-1.0 MOA groups, or less, at 100 yards using factory match-grade ammunition.

MSRP: $1,150

For more information visit bergarausa.com 

Additional reading: 
NRA Gun of the Week: Bergara B-14 Timber Bolt-Action Rifle
Bergara B-14 Timber Rifle Review

 

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