New Spanish .308 hunting rifle coming to states

A Bergara B14 Series Hunting and Match Rifle, or HMR for short. (Photo: Bergara)

A Bergara B14 Series Hunting and Match Rifle, or HMR for short. (Photo: Bergara)

Bergara Rifles, a gun maker out of Bergara, Spain, announced this week the release of a new .308 hunting and match rifle.

According to the announcement, the company guarantees that the B14 Series Hunting and Match Rifle, or HMR for short, will produce sub-1 MOA groups.

Built in Bergara, Spain, and distributed from Lawrence, Georgia, the “feature-rich” rifle is designed to meet the needs of both hardcore hunters and precision rifle shooters.

Features include an aluminum mini chassis built into the stock, precision-machined bottom metal that designed to accept AICS-style magazines, a full adjustable cheek piece as well as an adjustable length-of-pull, multiple sling swivel studs and a threaded barrel.

The Bergara B14 HMR will be offered in .308 Win and 6.5 Creedmoor, a 20- or 22-inch barrel depending on caliber, weighs in at 9.15 pounds, and retails for $1,150.