Christensen Arms Mesa Bolt Action Rifle

Christensen Arms Mesa Bolt Action Rifle
Christensen Arms Mesa Bolt Action Rifle
Christensen Arms
Christensen Arms

Gunnison, Utah –-(Ammoland.com)- Continuing the strong tradition of excellence in design and performance, Christensen Arms is proud to announce its newest bolt-action rifle, the Mesa.

Featuring a featherlight-contour, stainless steel barrel and carrying the Christensen Arms’ Sub-MOA Guarantee, the Mesa offers a lightweight (6.65 lbs.) and accurate package at an affordable price – $1,295 MSRP.

Other features include a tungsten Cerakote finish, a removable seamless radial brake, a carbon-reinforced fiberglass stock, an adjustable match-grade trigger, and many of the industry-leading features you would expect in a Christensen Arms' rifle.

The Mesa is available in multiple calibers including, .308 WIN, 6.5 Creedmoor, .300 WIN MAG, 7MM-08, and 7MM Rem Mag. See the official launch video next.

“With the Mesa, we wanted to create a premium, yet accessible rifle, that contained many of the same, industry-leading features you would expect from any product carrying the Christensen Arms name.” – Jason Christensen, President Christensen Arms

The Mesa is currently shipping and available for purchase. For purchase information, please contact your local Christensen Arms dealer or find a dealer near you at www.christensenarms.com/find-a-dealer .

Full specs can be found on the Christensen Arms’ website, www.christensenarms.com.

Christensen Arms Mesa Bolt Action Rifle 2
Christensen Arms Mesa Bolt Action Rifle 2

About Christensen Arms:
Founded in Utah in 1995, with roots in the aerospace industry, Christensen Arms developed the first carbon fiber rifle barrel. This patented technology resulted in one of the most innovative advances in firearms within the last two and a half decades. With over 20 years of firearm experience focusing on using top-tier aerospace materials and processes, Christensen Arms manufacturers some of the most lightweight, precise, and accurate firearms in the industry and around the globe.

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dltaylor
dltaylor
2 years ago

They have one in a pawnshop where I live with no scope and a carbon fiber barrel in 300 ultra mag they want 2 grand for.It looks like new but 2 grand is a lot of money so its been there for over 6mo.

John Dunlap
John Dunlap
3 years ago

I just checked their website. No price info, and no love for those of us who shoot from the other side of the rifle either. Oh well. Ruger it is.

godfrey daniel
godfrey daniel
3 years ago

What the heck is all over that rifle stock? Looks like a bunch of outsized baby makers. Somebody would actually pay big bucks for that?

Rock
Rock
3 years ago

Nice for a “bragging” firearm… A Ruger, Remington, Winchester, Savage will be half to two thirds the price and do everything these will. Just won’t have that “mine cost more” attitude attached to it.

Dan N
Dan N
2 years ago
Reply to  Rock

Sorry but Ruger, Remington, and Winchesters do not have sub MOA guarantees and my experience says you have about a 30% chance of getting a sub MOA factory rifle you mentioned above. Not a “bragging” firearm. If you read everything about the rifle and understood basic blueprinting and gunsmithing, you would know this.

Jack R Brewer
Jack R Brewer
1 year ago
Reply to  Dan N

Well I own a Christensen Arms Mesa 7mm Rem Mag rifle and I can say with 100% Honesty that its far from advertised. The rifles that get reviewed must be hand picked and fine tuned rather than the standard production rifles because mine is no more capable and in a few ways less desirable in my opinion than my tried and trusted marlin bolt action 7mm rem mag which was a gob cheaper . In fact I think the old marlin is better in many ways . 1st being price and no fear of it being damaged or lost somehow.… Read more »