It was less than a decade ago that Bergara—a company that makes barrels for a lot of the big-name rifle manufacturers—decided to join the club and produce complete rifles of their own. The company now builds 19 different bolt guns on two actions for hunting, tactical and match applications. In the middle of them, stands the B-14 HMR. The HMR abbreviation stands for Hunting and Match Rifle, alluding to the gun’s “crossover” status. At a little more than 9 pounds with a 22-inch, No. 5 contour barrel chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, the HMR isn’t too heavy or bulky for carrying through the foothills. Several features of the HMR’s adjustable stock and its compatibility with AICS-pattern detachable box magazines, not to mention its heavier-than-average barrel, make it worthy of a precision rifle match, too. Learn more about it in the video embedded above, hosted by Digital Associate Editor Rose Bier. MSRP: $1,150; bergarausa.com.
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