New for 2020: Bergara B-14 Wilderness Series

posted on January 21, 2020

Bergara introduced an all-new series of rifles in its B-14 series in 2020, calling each of the new models the B-14 Wilderness. The lineup starts with four different models: the Terrain, HMR, Ridge and Hunter. Bergara listened to consumer demand in terms of caliber-selection, bringing these guns to the market in popular new chamberings like the 6.5 PRC, 300 PRC, 28 Nosler, and standard calibers like the 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Win., 7mm Rem. Mag., and .300 Win. Mag.

This feature-rich Wilderness series of rifles bridges the gap between the B-14 Series and Bergara’s Premier Series. This collection of guns tackles the need for rifles that can withstand the rugged and unforgiving wilderness while blending into those very same elements, which is why the rifles include Bergara’s hand-painted camouflage stocks with added webbing for increased texture and grip.

All Wilderness-series barreled actions feature Sniper Grey Cerakote finishes for advanced protection in harsh weather. The Terrain, HMR, and Ridge models also feature a seamless, omni-directional and multi-ported muzzle brake that will reduce felt recoil by up to 35 percent.

The B-14 Wilderness series is designed to offer a great deal of added value for the hunter that wants a no-nonsense performer that is built to withstand the backcountry.

“We strive to listen to the wonderful feedback from our users and customers, and the new Wilderness Series Rifles are a result of doing just that. This Wilderness Series is designed to take the B-14 to the next level, and building an already great rifle into something even better," said Ben Fleming, Bergara vice president of sales." There’s so much personal touch that goes into creating each and every B-14 Wilderness Rifle, that it really gives each one of them its own unique looks and feel. I’m extremely proud of our team as we came together to introduce this great new series, and most of all very thankful to our customers who continue to support Bergara and push us to be better than we’ve ever been before.”   

The suggested retail pricing on the Bergara Wilderness HMR starts at $1,199. For more information, visit


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