When creating its rifle components, Christensen Arms uses the best in aerospace materials and carbon fiber technologies.
Rifle users across the U.S. are in for a treat as Christensen Arms has made those same components available for sale through their online sales channel, as well as participating retailers.
Christensen’s carbon handguards for the CA-15 AR-15 and CA-10 Recon AR-10 rifles are among the available components. The lightweight, extremely stiff carbon-fiber handguards are vented for heat disbursement and feature a patented integrated carbon Picatinny rail system.
The highly accurate carbon wrapped barrels available for the same CA-15 and CA-10, as well as for bolt-action rifles, are also on the list of components. Christensen’s 416 steel barrels for the AR-15, AR-10 and bolt-action rifles are available in several calibers.
The list continues with the CA-15 machined billet and forged uppers and lowers, made in either Cerakote or a black matte finish. The CA-15 piston-operated, complete upper machined from aerospace-grade aluminum comes with hand guard and nickel boron coated bolt carrier group.
Additional AR components include the OSS Banner Flash suppressor, the .223/5.56 titanium muzzle brake and the LTM Trigger, a Christensen Arms patented trigger system that automatically removes the chance of an AD when dropped or impacted on a surface with the safety hook feature.
For bolt-action aficionados, besides barrel offerings, the manufacturer will be making available its bolt action, cut, not cast, to its final definition that delivers extreme stiffness and all-day accuracy. Equipped with a drop magazine and a nitride coated bolt and receiver, the Christensen Arms bolt actions are available for both steel and carbon wrapped barrels.
Christensen Arms stocks are also available in Tier 1 (carbon fiber) and Tier 2 (fiberglass) configurations. The Tier 1 stocks are made from aerograde carbon materials making them light, stiff and durable.
For more on the rifle components and other products from Christensen Arms, please visit ChristensenArms.com.
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