Bergara Rifles Says B-14 Model Is In High Demand

B-14

Bergara Rifles is reporting that their new B-14 model is in high demand with the current shift in the gun market. What shift? The one where every retailer has put on their try hard pants and is doing their absolute best to move modern sporting rifles like the good ol’ days but are failing miserably.

After shooting one of the Bergara B-14 HMR rifles recently, I was nothing short of impressed at the value that Bergara builds into these rifles and am not surprised that they are having a hard time keeping up with demand. After all, what other sub-MOA rifle on the market packs this many features into a sub thousand dollar rifle? Over the last two years, the team at Bergara have been working hard at developing new models that meet consumer demand as well as getting the word out that there is a new kid on the block in the bolt action game.

Bergara is having such a hard time keeping up with demand that they have had to increase their production capacity yet again to make sure that the superb B-14 series stays in stock.

Does it sound like I am glowing about the rifle? Good. It is that outstanding. There are few other options on the market that are under a grand and will provide the features and level of performance the B-14 series does.

To learn more about Bergara Rifles make sure to check them out online HERE. MSRP for the B-14 series starts at $825 for the Hunter model and goes all the way up to $1699 for the B-14 BMP



Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and TFBTV Host. He is a verified gun nerd. With a lifelong passion for shooting, he has a love for all types of firearms, especially overly modified plastic handguns, precision rifles, and AR based things. You can follow Patrick on Instagram @tfbpatrick, Facebook, or contact him by email at TFBpatrick@gmail.com.

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  • Twilight sparkle

    Makes sense, the last gun I’d bought was because I wanted something that was nicely blued with a wood stock

  • Brett baker

    Being left-handed, all I can say is not interested.

    • iksnilol

      Savage got you covered, fam.

    • DrewN

      If you aren’t hunting dangerous game (and sometimes even if you do) it hardly matters. And I’m like 90% lefty, my weak side shooting used to send my boys into hysterics. MY SCORES WERE NOT THAT BAD! SHUT UP! But on small / medium game, as long as you keep your eyes on the critter, breaking stance and reaching over isn’t a deal killer for followups. Might be harder if you insist on some ridiculous magnification with your optics though.

      • Shankbone

        I just shouldered a lefty Browning X-Bolt Micro Midas at a Cabela’s gun room and as a right-handed shooter, it felt weird. I get why lefties feel…left out.

    • R.J. Soto 

      Bergara customer service told me that a B-14 and BHR lefty is coming out in early 2018.
      I’m waiting for it myself!

      • Bill

        I really hope you are right! I talked to them today, because we had a customer in wanting one. They told me that they don’t have any plans of it in the near future.

  • iksnilol

    What action they use? CRF? What bolt angle?

    • ostiariusalpha

      I don’t know about the action, but it looks like a Remington. In fact, everything about it looks Remmy-ish: push feed, 90° bolt throw, plunger ejector. It just seems like a more well built 700 really, other than the extractor which is a claw type. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/92d25f4fe9dae7ee2c37df6b8e4a30b0aac253e385d19b806a10909f8801e7d7.jpg

    • Mack

      Basically a remington but with a side bolt release.

      Bolt is dual lug, 90 degree with savage style bolt head.

      • iksnilol

        Thank you.

    • tazman66gt

      They were using Savage actions for a bit before they moved everything in-house.

  • Jeff Smith

    I imagine Bergara is giving Remington a real run for their money. I’ve handled a few of their rifles and loved them. They seem to be right in the Remington price point with comparable options, a much better reputation, and a 1 moa or better guarantee on every rifle.

  • Shaun Connery Oliver II

    Goes to show you that Bergara has the best rep in the house! GO BERGARA!!! YOU KILLIN’ IT!!! SIGN ME UP TO BUY ONE!!!

  • .45

    You know, I try not to be one of the people who whines about the articles here, but this particular blog post is basically “Me like rifle. Rifle have good features” and no real information. Guess I’ll have to break out Google…

  • NINJA del TACO

    I saw some issues with the bolt shroud falling off or something to that effect. ???

  • Wetcoaster

    Is this sponsored content?

  • ABeiruty

    Nothing against Bergera, they do make good rifles. However for Sub $2k there are many options and any Tikka/Sako would overmatch the competition.