Posted August 10, 2017 12:30 pm by Comments

By Jacki Billings

The Mesa Long Range rifle boasts capabilities designed for long range hunters and precision shooters. (Photo: Christensen Arms)
Christensen Arms continues to build upon its product lineup, introducing a new long range, precision rifle in the Mesa Long Range.
Designed for both precision shooters as well as long range hunters, the medium Palma stainless steel barrel is mated with an adjustable carbon fiber composite, long-range stock. The combination aims to give shooters an ergonomic yet sturdy platform.
“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,” President of Christensen Arms Jason Christensen said in a statement.
The Mesa will initially come chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Win, 7MM Rem. Mag., .28 Nosler and .300 Win Mag.
The rifle comes equipped with a Tungsten-Cerakote finish, seamless side-baffle muzzle brake, skeletonized bolt handle and an oversized fluted bolt knob. Weighing less than 10 pounds, the rifle is prepared to shoot less than 1 MOA.
Christensen Arms says the Mesa Long Range is due to hit dealer’s shelves within the next two to three months with a MSRP of $1,595.
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Source: Guns.com

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