The chassis of the B14 BMP is made from 7075 T6 aluminum and incorporates QD attachment mounts and accessory mounting slots that are compatible with Magpul M-LOK-capable accessories. The chassis is cut to fit the Bergara B14 action, as well as the company's precision barrel.
The rifle features a barrel nut design that allows shooters to easily change barrels, if needed. The front of the magazine well is designed to be used as a support brace when pressed up against a shooting bag or other support. The magazine well is designed to accept AICS-pattern magazines. Finally, the rifle features an AR-style grip for added comfort and ambidextrous use, as well as an adjustable B14 Series adjustable trigger.
The B14 BMP's stock is specifically designed to offer multiple adjustments, which can all be made by hand without the use of tools. The cheek riser is adjustable for height, and the length of pull and recoil pad are also fully adjustable. The recoil pad, in particular, is adjustable for vertical height and left and right cant. The chassis rifle also allows users to replace the stock entirely and add an AR-style buffer tube and rear stock. A side-folding adapter will also be available from the company in order to reduce overall length.
The Bergara barrel is button-rifled and threaded with a 5/8-24 TPI thread pitch to accept muzzle devices and sound suppressors. The rifle is guaranteed by the company to produce sub-MOA groups at 100 yards with the use of factory match-grade ammunition.
The Bergara B14 BMP will be offered initially in .308 Win. with a 20-inch barrel and a 1:10 rate of twist and 6.5 Creedmoor with a 24-inch barrel and a 1:8 rate of twist. Weights on the .308 Win. and 6.5 Creedmoor models are 10.15 pounds and 11 pounds, respectively.
The suggested retail price for the new Bergara B14 BMP Chassis Rifle is $1,699.