New: Christensen Arms Mesa Rifle

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posted on November 25, 2016
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Christensen Arms has announced its newest bolt-action rifle, the Mesa. Featuring a featherlight, stainless-steel barrel and carrying the Christensen Arms' Sub-MOA guarantee, the Mesa offers a lightweight (6.65 lbs.) and accurate package at an MSRP of $1,295.

Jason Christensen, president of Christensen Arms said, "With the Mesa, we wanted to create a premium, yet accessible rifle, that contained many of the same, industry-leading features you would expect from any product carrying the Christensen Arms name."

Features include a tungsten Cerakote finish, a removable seamless radial brake, a carbon-reinforced fiberglass stock, and an adjustable match-grade trigger. The Mesa is available in multiple calibers including, .308 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor, .300 Win. Mag., 7 mm-08, and 7 mm Rem. Mag.

For more information, watch this video or visit christensenarms.com

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