To get the most out of a quality rifle such as the Bergara B14 HMR it makes sense to use the best possible scope rings. On this page we list and review 6 of the best scope rings recommended for use on the Bergara B14 HMR rifle.
The Bergara B14 HMR is a long range precision rifle chambered in any of the major calibers including high powered rounds.
Because of this it is necessary to ensure you put quality scope mounts and rings on the rifle to ensure the scope is always solidly in place. No matter how heavy the recoil there should never be any movement due to loosening in the mount.
Hunters love to share their experiences with equipment and have provided us with their recommended scope mounts and rings. We have listed them to help you work out which one you should use on your rifle.
The list below allows you to compare the various makes and models as well as the key features such as the different ring diameter and mount height options that each manufacturer offers as well as the Manufacturer’s Recommended Sale Price.
List of Scope Mounts/Rings Suitable for the Bergara B14 HMR
Make / Model
Description of Scope Rings Recommended for the Bergara B14 HMR
Having had a chance to browse through the scope rings most regularly recommended for the Bergara B14 HMR we will take a look at a more detailed overview of each.
Each of these brief scope ring reviews aims to provide you with extra information about the rings that is not otherwise immediately apparent in the summary list such as special unique features. It should also help you in working out which would prove to offer you the greatest value in terms of its effectiveness.
Vortex Precision Matched Rings
The Precision Matched Rings are high quality parts, precisely machined to provide the most perfect of fit.
Made from 7075 T6 billet aluminum each piece is CNC machined, bead blasted and then finished with a Type III hard coat anodize.
The ring mounts are held tightly in place through 4 screws. Once properly tightened they will not loosen no matter how many rounds are fired.
You can get these rings to fit 1”, 30mm, 34mm or 35mm diameter scope tubes. They come in low (0.87”), medium (0.97”), high (1.26”) or extra high (1.45”).
The mount is a Picatinny-style and each ring weighs only 2.6oz.
Find out more about the company and the products it offers by visiting the Vortex Optics website.
Talley Bergara B-14 Scope Rings
The Talley scope rings are made from 7000 series alloy that is precision CNC machined.
It uses a unique design to provide no joint between the scope and the rifle. This provides significant strength without adding the weight that comes from steel rings.
The rings weigh around 4oz giving them a tremendous strength to weight ratio.
They come in heights ranging from extra low through to extra high and are available with a ring diameter of 1 inch, 30mm or 34mm.
Find out more about all of the products from the company by visiting the Talley Manufacturing website.
Burris Signature Zee Scope Rings
The Signature scope rings are tough, durable rings that are suited perfectly to hunting conditions. They are made from solid steel and have been produced with a gloss, matte or nickel finish.
These rings are designed to mount as Weaver-style bases.
The Signature Zee rings are available in 1 inch and 30mm diameter sizes. The 1 inch diameter rings come in a choice of medium (0.77”) or high (0.92”) while the 30mm diameter rings come in medium (0.81”), high (0.93”) and extra high (1.18”).
One of the features of the Burris Signature rings is the Pos-Align insert to give the ring greater gripping power while not damaging the scope finish. The purpose of the Pos-Align technology is to achieve perfect centering and to maximize scope-to-ring contact.
Find out more about the company and the products available by visiting the Burris Optics website.
Seekins Precision Scope Rings
Seekins are among the most solidly build scope rings and will last forever without ever allowing the scope to move once installed.
The machined 7075-T6 aluminum rings feature slim lines to ensure they will not snag when they are deployed from bags or scabbards.
The rings come in 1”, 30mm, 34mm and 35mm tube sizes. There are 6 mount sizes: low (0.82”), medium (0.87”), medium high (0.92”), high (0.97”), xtra high (1.26”) and AR high (1.40”).
The rings are 0.8” wide and held tightly in place by 4 Grade 8 T-25 Torx fasteners. They are built to 1913 Picatinny specifications and have a recoil lug machined into the bottom.
For more information about the company and the products available, visit the Seekins Precision website.
Burris XTR Signature Rings
The XTR Signature are designed to deliver superior holding power in a lightweight package.
The rings use the company’s Pos-Align Technology to assist with centering while gripping the scope securely.
It is said to be a self-centering design that will position perfectly on any Picatinny rail.
The rings are available in a choice of 1”, 30mm or 34mm diameter to fit scope tubes of that size. The mount heights are low (1.00”), medium (1.25”) or high (1.50”) although the 34mm diameter ring is only available as a low or high mount.
Included with the rings are offset inserts of 5 MOA, 10 MOA and 20 MOA. This means that you can get up to 40 MOA of additional elevation gain.
Find out more about the company and the various products available by visiting the Burris Optics website.
EGW HD Tactical Aluminum Rings
These rings are the most popular in the EGW range. They are machined aircraft grade aluminum from billet for strength and durability.
The manufacture process is precise to ensure that not only are the rings well made but that each half of the ring matches its mate exactly.
They are only available in 30mm diameter size and come in three heights: low (0.85”), medium (0.99”) and high (1.275”).
The company’s recommendation is that if your scope has an objective lens greater than 56mm, use the 0.99” rings or higher.
Find out more about the company and its entire range of products by visiting the Evolution Gun Works website.
There are a few aspects of the scope rings you buy that are important. Namely, the ring diameter and the mount height.
Make sure you understand exactly what the tube diameter of your scope is before you order your rings. Obviously, scope rings with a 1” diameter are not going to work on a scope with a tube diameter of 30mm.
Also, make sure the mount is high enough to ensure the scope does not come in contact with the rifle receiver. It may become a balancing act between using rings that are high enough to clear the rifle but not too high to comfortably use.
The scope mounts and rings displayed on this page are all recommended for hunting applications. They are precision built, strong enough to withstand the recoil of heavy caliber ammunition and light enough that they will be barely noticed as you carry your rifle.