Utah-based gun maker Christensen Arms has added to its bolt rifle lineup with the new Mesa Long Range.
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Created for precision shooters and long range hunters, the Mesa Long Range boasts a medium Palma stainless steel barrel mated with an adjustable fiber composite, long-range stock. It also features a Tungsten-Cerakote finish; side-baffle muzzle brake; skeletonized bolt handle; and an oversized fluted bolt knob.
“The new Mesa [Long Range rifle] fills the gap between the Mesa and our dedicated long range precision rifles, the ELR and BA Tactical, and at a great price,” Christensen Arms president Jason Christensen said in the press release.
The Mesa Long Range is available in five different calibers: 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Win, 7MM Rem Mag, .28 Nosler, and .300 Win Mag. The barrel length for the 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Win versions is 24 inches, while the barrel is 26 inches long in the latter three.
Weighing in at less than 10 pounds and guaranteed to shoot less than 1 MOA, the Mesa Long Range is shipping out within the next eight to 12 weeks. The MSRP is $1,595.
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To learn more, visit christensenarms.com, and check out the introduction video below.
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