Utilizing the most advanced aerospace materials, with state-of-the-art manufacturing process and over 20 years of firearms manufacturing experience, Christensen Arms is an industry leading high performance firearms manufacturer. Christensen's cutting-edge engineering and impeccable quality control produce some of the most lightweight and accurate precision firearms in the world.
The Ridgeline is equipped with a light target profile Christensen Arms carbon fiber wrapped stainless steel barrel to give you the world class accuracy that you demand from a bolt action hunting rifle. The staunch precision machined receiver is drilled and tapped to accept standard Remington 700 scope bases. This magnificent combination is then mounted into a rock solid pillar bedded Christensen Arms carbon fiber composite sporter styled stock. Proper application of highly advanced carbon fiber materials, significantly reduces the weight of the rifle while adding superior strength and amazing stability. The Ridgeline is a feature rich hunting rifle that includes a hand lapped free floating barrel with a match grade chamber, a threaded muzzle and a muzzle brake, but it doesn't stop there. The robust action uses billet aluminum bottom metal and a match grade trigger. It has a smooth cycling nitride treated spiral fluted bolt with twin lugs and a fluted bolt knob for easy operation. Christensen's ergonomic sporter stock is the perfect all weather platform for hunting in extreme weather. The ideal rifle for every application in the field, take your hunt to the next level with a Christensen Arms Ridgeline rifle.
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