Bergara B-14 Rifles


Bergara USA is now selling a pair of new rifles: the B-14 Hunter and B-14 Timber. The Timber rifle uses an oil-finished walnut stock while the Hunter uses a lightweight synthetic stock. The new rifles were shown at the recent IWA Outdoor Classics in Germany.

Both versions of the gun will be available in the following calibers:

  • 6.5 Creedmoor
  • .270 Win
  • .308 Win
  • .30-06 Sprg
  • .300 Win Mag

Short action guns will have a 22″ barrel. Long action guns will use a 24″ barrel. The Timber guns will weigh between 7.45-7.9 pounds depending on caliber. Likewise the Hunter rifles will weigh 7.1 – 7.5 pounds.

The MSRP for the Hunter is $825. The Timber will have a suggested retail price of $950.

From Bergara:

Bergara USA, a division of Blackpowder Products, Inc. (BPI Outdoors), announces the expansion of their rifle making capabilities to include new production rifles for sport shooters and hunters with its Performance Series B-14 Timber and B-14 Hunter rifles.

Bergara USA now offers many of the same quality features and performance characteristics well known in their custom guns in its two Performance Series production rifles: the B-14 Timber and the B-14 Hunter. Both rifles feature the Bergara PERFORMANCE action with a coned bolt nose and breech ensuring consistently smooth feeding and a sliding plate extractor for proper alignment.

The Bergara 4140CrMo steel barrel is finished in matte blue and is available in 22-inches (Short Action) and 24-inches (Long Action). The B-14 Timber rifle is built on a classic style, oil-finished walnut stock with a checkered pistol grip and forend. The B-14 Hunter rifle is built on a rugged Sporter-style lightweight synthetic stock. Both the wood and synthetic stocks are bedded with integral pillars for stability and enhanced accuracy.

Bergara Barrels, OEM supplier to several of the world’s top rifle manufacturers, incorporates a proprietary rifling by which Bergara’s custom rifles have become widely respected by big game hunters, law enforcement and long-range shooting enthusiasts. Now, the same accuracy boasting Bergara barrels are available to American hunters and sport shooters in the Bergara Performance Series rifles at an affordable price.

Richard Johnson

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  • 6.5x55Swedish

    Why 6.5 Creedmore instead of 6.5×55?

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    • 6.5x55Swedish

      Something went wrong with my Copy-Pasta :/

      • Blake

        try the “edit” button &ltgrin&gt

  • Julio

    The B14 is basically a (much) better Remington M700: smoother action, better barrel, better wood, good synthetic, but still compatible with M700 after-market goodies. The price is higher, of course, but you’re primarily paying for quality, not branding. I look forward to reading range reports of this rifle.

    Why 6.5CM? I guess because, as a newer cartridge, it is rated for higher pressures than the old 6.5 Swede, and so offers higher performance as standard and more consistent hand-loading data.

    • 6.5x55Swedish

      Ohh yeah I forgot you guys are stuck in the 19th century when it comes to 6.5×55 loads :/

      • Julio

        “You guys?”

        I’m not knocking the 6.5 Swede. It can be everything the 6.5CM is, and there are more people making ammo for it too, it’s just that the factory ammo produced has to take older rifles into account in a way that 6.5 CM does not.

        Who knows, perhaps Bergara are making this rifle for a US market that is seen as more receptive to the 6.5CM.

        • 6.5x55Swedish

          “You guys” as in American weapon market. In Europe we load them for the weapons that are produced today, not 100 years ago.

  • Southpaw89

    A beautiful rifle, in 30-06 too, if I were in the market for a hunting rifle it would certainly be a contender.

  • Blake

    real nice lookin’ walnut stock on there