Bergara Announces HMR Carbon Wilderness Rifle with Carbon Barrel

From Bergara:

Lawrenceville, Georgia – Bergara’s HMR rifles have garnered global respect as one of their most popular models, thanks to superb ergonomics and accuracy. New for 2023, they have added a carbon fiber barrel to their B-14 Wilderness HMR (Hunting / Match rifle). Enjoy the weight savings and increased accuracy needed for the most extreme environments.

The B-14 Wilderness Series® embodies pure performance with real-world feature sets like fluted bolts, specialized coatings, and stock options that can withstand the rugged and unforgiving wilderness, while blending into the elements. 

The No. 6 carbon fiber barrel with 410 stainless is equipped with a threaded 5/8-24 Omni muzzle brake, in (20, 22 or 24 inches, depending on the caliber).  The HMR Carbon Wilderness is loaded with features. Bergara’s B-14 action includes a spring-loaded ejector, side-mounted bolt stop, and a fluted 4140 chromoly steel one-piece-bolt body with the action finished in a Sniper Gray Cerakote® for advanced protection in harsh weather. This two-lug system with a sliding plate extractor and coned bolt nose ensures smooth feeding and extraction of the cartridge. The one-piece-bolt body accepts ACIS-sized magazines.  Other features include a side-mounted bolt stop and a 90-degree bolt throw. The two-position safety is part of the trigger assembly, allowing the rifle to be unloaded while the safety is engaged.  The molded stock has an adjustable cheek piece and incorporates a mini-chassis to give the rifle repeatable bedding and accuracy. The HMR Carbon Wilderness comes with a sub-moa guarantee and is chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, .308 Win., and .300 Win. Mag. giving it an unloaded weight of 7.5 pounds.

MSRP: Starting at $1850.

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