Australian Hunter

Bergara’s B14 Hunter rifle ‘perfecto’ for Aussie game

Bergara is a Spanish company respected for their barrels, which are used by other riflemakers. Bergara also produce a small range of rifles. Australian Hunter was given the opportunity to review the Bergara B14 Hunter rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor. Herron Security & Sport are the Australian agents and provided the rifle along with ammunition to test.

First impressions

Out of the box, sans sights and unloaded with the bolt in place, I measured a rifle weight of 3.08kg (6.8lb). Overall length was 105.5cm (41.5"). The rifle felt well-balanced and pointy. The stock

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