Christensen Arms’ Mesa and Ridgeline hunting rifles are now available for southpaws. The materials and components in the left-handed Mesa and Ridgeline are still the same, but the bolt, safety selector and ejection port are on the other side of the gun.
Christensen Arms’ Left-Handed Rifles
“As one of our most requested products, we now offer two of our most popular rifles to fulfill the wants and needs of our left-handed customers,” Christensen Arms president Jason Christensen said.
Available in 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Winchester, and 7mm-08 Remington, the left-handed Mesa features a 22-inch, featherlight contour, 416R stainless steel barrel with a removable seamless radial brake on the 1/2×28 threaded muzzle. It also sports a carbon fiber composite stock. Tipping the scales at 6.5 pounds, the Mesa is billed in the announcement as “the perfect rifle to carry deep into the backcountry.” MSRP: $1,545.
The Ridgeline, meanwhile, boasts a 24-inch carbon fiber barrel. It also comes with a spiral-fluted bolt; scalloped bolt knob; and a carbon fiber composite stock. This model weighs in at 6.3 pounds and is available in .243 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Winchester, and 7mm-08 Remington. MSRP: $2,245.
The company says these left-handed models come with a a limited lifetime warranty. They’re also backed by the company’s sub-MOA accuracy guarantee.
For more information, go to ChristensenArms.com.
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