Christensen Arms has taken several aircraft industry innovations—namely carbon fiber—and integrated them into its firearms for reduced weight without sacrificing an ounce of performance.
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Christensen’s Tactical Force Multiplier (TFM) rifle was named for the combination of attributes that make it more effective and accurate than others of its kind. It defies traditional tactical rifles by providing the accuracy you need while weighing half of what you’re used to carrying. With a carbon-fiber-wrapped barrel it weighs only 7.6 pounds. With a steel barrel, it weighs 9.3 pounds.
Available in .223 Remington, .308 Winchester, .300 Winchester Magnum and .338 Lapua Magnum, the TFM features a tactical stock, adjustable for both length of pull and cheek height, made of hand-laid Tier 1 carbon fiber. The fully gunsmithed action—either stainless steel or titanium—is glass bedded into the stock. The action has spiral fluting and tactical bolt knob for easier, faster manipulations, even if you’re wearing gloves. The rifle also sports an adjustable Timney trigger tuned to 3 pounds, and Christensen guarantees the rifle will be 0.5-MOA accurate.
Options include a removable titanium muzzle brake, camouflage dipping, a natural graphite stock finish, a stainless steel select match-grade barrel, a drop-box magazine, and a Timney or Jewell trigger.
For more information, visit christensenarms.com or call 888-517-8855.
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