SHOT Show 2018: Bergara B-14 Ridge Rifle

posted on February 2, 2018
The B-14 rifle has quickly gained status as Bergara's signature line, and this year it has added a sixth model with the B-14 Ridge Rifle. At the heart of each B-14 rifle, of course, is the highly accurate Spanish-made Bergara barrel. And while the B-14 Ridge Rifle retains many of the features of the B-14 Hunter, including the stock and action, the big difference will be noticed in a heavier barrel, which has been threaded at 5/8x24 to accept muzzle brakes or suppressors. As with the other B-14s, the Ridge is outfitted with a Bergara curved trigger and has been factory drilled and tapped to fit Remington 700 style rings and bases. Available in multiple calibers at an MSRP of $865. For more, see American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach fire the rifle during Industry Day at the Range ahead of the 2018 SHOT Show, and visit


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