This Christensen Arms' Mesa rifle features a lightweight carbon fiber composite sporter stock and a 416R stainless steel barrel. The free-floating, button-rifled, barrel is 22-inches long, fitted with a removable muzzle brake and finished with Tungsten Gray Cerakote. The aluminum receiver is also finished in Tungsten Gray Cerakote and is drilled and tapped for the shooter's choice of mount or rings. The black stock is accented with gray webbing. This Mesa is chambered for the 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge and comes with a sub-MOA guarantee. Helping to deliver this performance is an adjustable Trigger-Tech trigger with a pull of just 2.5 to 3.5 lbs. An M16 style extractor and enlarged ejection port complete this fine rifle.
|Manufacturer Part Number||CA10280H13211|
|Gun Color/Finish||Tungsten Gray|
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