Bergara Rifles Showcased New Rifles at the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings Exhibits

One lucky NRA attendee will win a Bergara B14 rifle when signing up for the Bergara Rifles Eblast.

Bergara Hunting & Match Rifle (HMR)
Bergara Hunting & Match Rifle (HMR)

Lawrenceville, Ga. ( – Bergara Rifles, a division of BPI Outdoors, exhibited at the 2017 NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits, held this year right in their backyard at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia, on April 28 – 30th 2017.

Bergara Rifles featured their two latest intros into their B14 Rifle Series; the Hunting and Match (HMR) and the Bergara Match Precision (BMP) rifles, plus offered NRA attendees the chance to win a Bergara B14 rifle when signing up to receive the monthly email newsletter.

Bergara B14 Series HMR Rifle
Bergara B14 Series HMR Rifle

“What a great opportunity to be able to participate in an event like the annual NRA show, in our hometown. This will be the first public unveiling of our two latest rifles, the HMR and BMP here at our booth,” said Ben Fleming. “We are looking forward to meeting all our neighbors and give everyone attending this event a chance to win one of our most popular rifles.”

The Hunting and Match Rifle (HMR), designed and produced in Spain features a machined aluminum mini-chassis built into a molded synthetic stock which allows for repeatable bedding for every B14 action installed on the rifle. The HMR stock features an adjustable cheekpiece and length of pull spacers. Besides the world-renowned Bergara barrel the HMR is complemented with a super-smooth B-14 action; a two-lug system with a Sako-style extractor and a coned bolt nose and breech for smooth feeding and the extraction of the cartridge. Completed with a Bergara curved trigger for a crisp, clean pull every time, the Bergara HMR’s craftsmanship and performance will delight both hunters and competition shooters. The Bergara Match Precision (BMP) rifle is designed and built in the Bergara, Spain facility to meet the demands of a variety of shooters from serious competitors to hunters seeking the absolute in accuracy. With a chassis machined from solid 7075 T6 aluminum, the BMP is accessory ready with flush cup mounts and Magpul® M-LOL modular locking accessory mounting slots.

The TTAG 2016 Reader’s Choice Award winner and the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association 2017 Gun of the Year, are just the latest accolades Bergara Rifles have received from hunters and shooters around the world. Stop by Booth #5260 at the NRA show and enter for a chance to join the many Bergara rifle owners. Visit the Bergara USA blog for updates on the NRA show and the NRA Bergara USA Promotion.

Bergara will also have several special television personalities appearing at their booth 5260 during the event. The schedule of appearances is as follows:

  • Steve West of “The Adventure Series” – Saturday 9 – 1 pm and Sunday 9 – 1 pm
  • Roger Raglin of “Roger Raglin Outdoors” – Friday 2 – 3 pm and Saturday 2 – 3 pm
  • Chuck Paddock of “Open Season TV” – Friday 2 – 4 pm
  • O’Neill Williams of “O’Neill Outside” – Friday 11 – 1 pm and Saturday 11 – 1 pm
  • Chad Schearer of “Shoot Straight TV” – Friday 11 – 1 pm and Saturday 10-12 pm

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Bergara Hunting & Match Rifle Bolt ActionBergara Hunting & Match Rifle Bolt Action
Bergara Hunting & Match Rifle Bolt Action

About Bergara Rifles:

Bergara Rifles, headquartered in Lawrenceville, Georgia, combines the world-class rifle barrels manufactured in Bergara, Spain with U.S. high-tech design and functionality in high demand by hunters, target shooters and professionals for the American market.

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Mark L Sooy

A friend of mine bought the basic B-14 Hunter. His shot sub MOA groups with factory 6.5 Creedmoor ammo. It takes Remington 700 mounts and the bottom metal is the same as a 700. I liked I bought one. I followed the 10 shot break in instructions.with 129 grain factory Hornady Superformance.. I also used this process to zero my scope. Last 5.rounds you could.cover with a nickle. On to reloading Berger 130 grain VLDs. 3 different loads using W760. The three shot groups went from a best of .4 inch to a worst of .6 inches. Not bad… Read more »

Wild Bill

S, Good report!


No MSRP….. NO interest…

Wild Bill

Yeah, Rock, and no statement of accuracy either.