Bergara B-14 HMR

Bergara B-14 HMR

Part Number: B14S352

UPC: 043125014415

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Part Number: B14S352

UPC: 043125014415

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Retail Price: $949.00 Used Value: $616.00

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Bergara B-14 HMR Description

Completely designed and manufactured in a facility in Bergara, Spain, Bergara's B14 HMR (Hunting/Match) Bolt-Action Rifles precise enough to meet the needs of the competitive shooter and powerful enough to please the big-game hunter. A sturdy aluminum mini-chassis is built right into the HMR stock using precise molding and machining techniques. This creates the support needed to fully free float the barrel, which ensures the extreme accuracy you're looking for. World-renowned for exceptional accuracy, the Bergara barrel is produced using a proprietary, vertically honed, button-rifling and its end is threaded 5/8"x24 to accept a muzzle device or suppressor. The lightweight, textured and length-adjustable rear stock features multiple flush cup mounts for quick-detach accessories and sling-swivel studs for traditional bipods and sling attachments. Precision machined bottom metal to exactly fit with AICS-style magazines. It also boasts a cheek riser that adjusts up and down for proper eye alignment.

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Fair Market Range $874 - $912
Fair Market Price $893
MSRP $949.99
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Price history for Bergara B-14 HMR
  • Highest Price: $910.98 - December 31, 2018
  • Lowest Price: $896.30 - December 18, 2018

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Bergara B-14 HMR User Reviews

Positive: 17 Mixed: 0 Negative: 1
  • 100

    B14 hmr in 6.5
    Fantastic rifle for the price. Only have shot 143eldx through it, factory and hand loads and can barely tell a difference in accuracy as both are impressive. Haven't taken any game with yet,but quickly became my new deer... rifle. Fun to shoot, minimal recoil, well weighted gun. No reservations in recommending this rifle more

    August 5, 2018
    Junior12
  • 100

    excellent bargain and great shooter
    I love this gun. I've spent the time and money trying to build Rem700 rifles to shoot this good. If you compare getting a quality trigger, threaded barrel, magazine fed, mini-chasis stock and an enlarged bolt handle....y...ou couldn't build a gun this cheap. more

    July 10, 2018
    drgomez
  • 100

    Fantastic rifle!
    Just picked up a 6.5 Creedmoor at Bass Pro in Harrisburg. This is very well made especially at this price. It has a 24" barrel and came with a Picatinny rail. I could only shoot at 50 yards for break in but will ins...tall a muzzle brake and try it at much further distances when I have a chance. Looking forward to shooting this gun a lot. more

    June 26, 2018
    HMR Fan
  • 100

    Extremely impressed
    This rifle is ridiculously accurate out of the box. Do yourself a favor and buy one. All three pictures are Hornady Match 140gr ELD

    March 14, 2018
    Snohomie
  • 20

    I must have a different Bergara
    Wow..........I must have a different gun. My Bergera B14 in 6.5 Creedmore would make a better paper weight. I did a 50 rounds breaking, Worked up 13 loads based on H4350 and 140, 130 and 128 match bullets. Best group was... 2". Very rough barrel and takes forever to clean.Very bad tooling marks down the rifling. I will try to lap the barrel and see if that does any good. Don't waste your money. more

    February 27, 2018
    JDennis47
  • 100

    1st Bergara
    I am more than pleased with this rifle. I went to the range to break in the barrel and after the 3rd series of 5 shot groups with hornady black ammo, all five bullets were touching at 100 yards. The temp was around 55 an...d the wind sw 15-20. Overall one of the best rifles I've owned. If I were to say anything bad it would be the trigger could be tuned down a little but this does not take away from Bergara in any way. They have it right and hopefully keep coming out in new calibers. Thanks more

    February 24, 2018
    Boone20058
  • 100

    amazing rifle,308 win
    got this 308 with Nikon black x1000 6x24x50 2 weeks prior to hunting season. first two shots at 100 yards in same hole 180g federal vital shock trophy bonded tip. bagged a six by five elk and two bucks, closest at 150 ya...rds farthest 240, saving for a 300 win mag Bergara premier rifle next more

    January 16, 2018
    full freezer
  • 100

    Bargain Precision
    I’ve had the HMR in .308 for about 9 mos. Fit and finish are excellent. Trigger is superb w/ clean, light break out of the box. The stock is comparable to name brand; nice texture and ergonomics.

    January 11, 2018
    sytx
  • 100

    Begara Bargain
    Fit and finish are impeccable and with Begara'a rep as a custom builder company I'm sure it will shoot, as that is what all their rifles do well. Very anxious to get it to the range for zero. This will be my new go to fo...r hunting. more

    December 23, 2017
    SurviveMan
  • 100

    More accurate than I am
    Began break-in period, to my surprise, within 4 shots the rifle was zeroed, the next 5 rounds were .65moa. Was shooting Hornady match, move to precision hunter and .75 moa..moved to American Whitetail...1 moa. Creedmoor ...is light recoil and shoots lasers....all of these were 5 shot groups. more

    August 12, 2017
    MAGA
  • 100

    Best 6.5 Creedmor rifle under $1k
    This rifle with the exclusive 24" barrel from Bass Pro is top notch in accuracy and functionality. None better in this price range.. Remember Bergara makes custom barrels for many top manufactures. Ed Shilen oversee...s Bergara's build process. more

    July 28, 2017
    Digitalfoot
  • 100

    Great rifle, can't wait to push it out further
    I bought this in 6.5 Creedmoor because I didn't have a true long range higher caliber rifle. I used a .223 Savage 10FP LE2A since I was about 15 and it was amazing at 100 yards (sub MOA groups, like 5 shots the size of a...n iPhone home button), but I wanted to start shooting 300-1000 yards and knew the .223 would be more difficult, my scope didn't help either. more

    July 23, 2017
    RMellino
  • 100

    Best purchase made this year
    Bought this gun last month add a scope and wss able to shot 1/2 groups with in 9 shots great gun

    July 17, 2017
    Riddleman
  • 100

    Bergara B-14 HMR 6.5 Creedmoor
    Fit and finish are top notch for this price range. Added a Vortex Viper PST 6-24, Viper rings and a 20 MOA rail and it's an absolute tack driver. Highly recommend!

    July 15, 2017
    Bertolino74
  • 100

    Awesome Rifle
    I just took my Bergara HMR 6.5 Creedmoor to the range and all I have to say is wow! I fixed a standard Remington 700 rail on top which I thought was very convenient. I put medium rings and scope I already had on the rifl...e and off to the range I went. I knew about Bergara barrels and how accurate they are. I have one on my CVA Accura MR. I figured the rifle would shoot close to or just under 1 MOA since it was guaranteed. Well lets just say it out shot the 1 MOA and not by a little but a lot. My best group was .298" which is under a 1/3 MOA with factory Hornady 140 grain Match ammo. Best part is this rifle is not even broke in yet. I can wait to see how much more accurate it will become. I recommend this rifle to anyone looking for not only a good range gun but also a great hunting rifle. more

    July 10, 2017
    AmazedByAccuracy
  • 100

    Great Rifle!
    I bought an HMR in .308 for my first bolt-action rifle and couldn't be happier with that choice. Add a scope, base and rings, and bipod if you want, and you’re good to go. The HMR uses Remington 700 SA mounts and is th...readed for #6-48. more

    July 6, 2017
    WhereEaglesDare
  • 100

    TACK DRIVER
    SHHweeeet!

    June 22, 2017
    HiOSilver
  • 100

    I 'AM GOING TO PURCHASE IT SOON
    A GREAT RIFE TO HAVE, TO HUNT WITH

    October 26, 2018
    VANCE R

Bergara B-14 HMR Critic Reviews

Positive: 5 Mixed: 0 Negative: 0
  • Review: Bergara B-14 HMR 6.5 Creedmoor
    The HMR sports a full length floating 22-inch barrel in 6.5 and 20-inch in .308 Winchester. I’d have preferred a longer 26-inch barrel in both calibers, but shorter barrels seem to be the current trend. Rifling twists ...are 8-1 and 10-1, respectively. Both are threaded 5/8-24 to allow use of a suppressor or muzzle brake. The molded stock features a mini-chassis for a more reliable and consistent fit and has a spacer adjustable length of pull and an adjustable cheekpiece. The stock’s design is reminiscent of the McMillan prone stocks that were so popular with long ranges shooters when I was shooting high power. It will work equally well for right or left handed shooters and has both standard sling swivels on the bottom and QD flush cup swivel mounts on both sides of the stock and fore end. The stock is finished in a Dark Earth color with and an attractive black splatter finish that adds texture. The action and barrel are mated in the traditional method rather than the popular barrel nut system. The two-piece, two-lugged, bolt operates almost as smoothly as an old across-the-course rifle. The bolt handle is extended with a knurled knob for fast operation. It uses Accuracy International-style single-stack magazines and an M14 style magazine release. As delivered, my test gun’s trigger broke at just under three pounds—crisp but with a bit of backlash that I’d likely adjust out. It uses standard Remington 700 scope bases, allowing a lot of latitude in scope mounting options. Weight is 9.25 pounds. This rifle is absolutely amazing, all the features are great it works so good zero malfunctions. more

    January 5, 2019 | Full review…
    Dick Jones
  • Bergara B14 HMR in .300 Win Mag - test & review
    Excellent trigger and overall build with intelligent stock design; The barrel showed good thermal stability with a hot cartridge burning 80gr of powder; Not light, but not too heavy for an occasional stalking trip with a... biathlon sling; Stable recoil manners with or without the moderator; Very good value for money buy no left hander. The barrel (19mm at the muzzle) is an ideal companion for a longer-range rifle hoping to achieve the most velocity from a cartridge burning around 80gr of powder and driving .30-cal bullets from 110 to 230gr, a 180-grainer likely to be projected at a speed approaching 3,000 feet per second (914m/s).The stock is an injection-moulded polymer vertical grip design showing similar ergonomics to a Macmillan A5. It has an adjustable cheekpiece with forceful thumbscrew to lock it in place and marking lines on the front post to indicate position. more

    January 5, 2019 | Full review…
    Dominic Holtam
  • Bergara B14-HMR Review - Complete
    The Bergara B-14 HMR stands for hunting and match rifle in 6.5 creedmoor and got a very light trigger it's about 2 pounds trigger pull. The actions they are all bult in-house by Bergara very smooth action, it's a two lu...g system it's also got on the bolt it's got a Seiko style extractor, a coned bolt nose. This rifle has a very great features that help the shooter to get a very good groupings in the range. more

    January 5, 2019 | Full review…
    Precision Rifle Network
  • Rifle Review: Bergara B-14 HMR, Part 1
    The HMR is based on Bergara’s own B-14 action, a two-lug bolt with a coned nose and a Seiko-type extractor. The B-14 is extremely smooth and slick; it fairly flies back and forth, and is aided by a tactical bolt knob. ...The trigger is Bergara’s own; the one on my rifle is dead clean and breaks at 3 pounds, 4 ounces. Feeding is from an AICS detachable magazine, and is flawless. For the stock, Bergara has gone with a vertical-grip synthetic model that’s adjustable both for length of pull and for comb height. The stock is stiffened by a molded-in aluminum girder that runs from the pistol grip up into the fore-end. The HMR does not have the carved-from-one-block-of-steel-and-fiberglass look and feel that Bergara’s Custom Shop guns do. Those firearms fit together so tightly you can’t blow smoke past the inletting. The HMR, on the other hand, has a gap between the barrel and the fore-end under which you could chase a well-fed wombat. more

    January 5, 2019 | Full review…
    DAVID E. PETZAL
  • ergara HMR B-14 Precision Rifle Review: Remington 700 Killer?
    The Bergara B14 HMR is a hunter match rifle so its sort of a blend of a hunting rifle of course as the name implies and then also like a PRS type match rifle. The barrel this one is in 308 and it comes with a 20 inch bar...rel with a 1 in 10 twist its a number 5 Bergara barrel these are made over in Spain and their hand lapped on the inside for good accuracy. Got the bare muzzle on there, steinar 3 to 15 T 5x excellent scope and then also have syndicated precision rest target downrange at 100 yards. The features of it does have a spacer system that can adjust the length of pull for the shear. more

    January 6, 2019 | Full review…
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