SHOT Show 2020: Bergara B14-R

posted on January 26, 2020
One truth that's becoming clear at SHOT Show 2020: .22 LR is back in a big way. One of the companies leading the charge on the rimfire revival is Bergara, which released a .22-LR training version of its popular B-14 HMR rifle.

The rifle features a heavy barrel and an action that looks and feels just like the company's centerfire-rifle options, but this easy-shooting platform is perfect for rimfire training and competition.

For all the details on the new B14-R from Bergara, check out our American Rifleman First Look video above.



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