Although there are many rifles on the market today, we wanted to focus on one thing: quality. Our B-14 rifles were inspired by the desire to bring the quality that Bergara was known for in the custom rifle world to production rifles made for all hunters. In the B-14 rifle, you will find a level of craftsmanship that surpasses all of the other production hunting rifles on the market.
The B-14 Timber rifle features a Monte Carlo style walnut stock with a raised comb and cheek piece. As with the entire B-14 Series, the Timber brings Bergara Barrel accuracy to a line of hunting rifles that is affordable to serious big-game hunters. Built in Spain at our highly automated and efficient barrel factory, this rifle delivers a level of quality and performance that is unmatched in its price range.
The world-renowned Bergara barrel on this most accurate hunting rifle is complemented by our own super-smooth B-14 Action, which is a two-lug system with a sliding plate extractor and a coned bolt nose and breech to ensure a smooth feeding and extraction of the cartridge. It’s also outfitted with a Bergara curved trigger we designed to guarantee a crisp, clean pull every time you fire the rifle. The trigger comes set at about three pounds. The Timber is available with a hinged floor plate. It has been factory drilled and tapped to fit Remington 700 style rings and bases.
The (#4) Bergara 4140 CrMo steel barrel has a Graphite Black Cerakoted finish. Our stocks are bedded with integral pillars for stability and enhanced accuracy.
During the stock making process 2 oversized holes are machined and filled with a tough metal infused epoxy resin. After the epoxy cures, the stock is CNC machined to exacting tolerances. The result is 2 solid epoxy pillars that surround the action screws. The stock is then finished with multiple coats oil.
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