Christensen Arms Unveils New Modern Hunting Rifle

Christensen Arms MHR
Christensen Arms’ new MHR. IMG Christensen Arms

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Christensen Arms, manufacturer of state-of-the-art precision firearms and custom carbon fiber barrels is proud to announce the launch of the new Modern Hunting Rifle (MHR) with Flash Forged Technology (FFT). Whether it’s a once-in-a-lifetime hunt or ringing steel at the range, the MHR was created to meet the unique requirements of every shooting situation. Built on an aluminum mini chassis with V-block bedding, the MHR offers the accuracy of a chassis rifle while providing the ergonomics of a hunting rifle with complete modularity. The all-new FFT stock, forearm, and grips can all be customized to fit any shooter or shooting position.

“With conservation being at our forefront, Flash Forged Technology results in greater environmental sustainability by saving energy and eliminating waste,” said Jason Christensen, CEO of Christensen Arms.

“Utilizing automated processes and virgin recyclable materials, FFT is truly 100% zero-waste manufacturing without producing harmful toxins or emissions. This new technology helps support our goal of wildlife conservation by reducing our environmental impact and protecting our lands and wildlife for future generations – all while creating a more superior product.”

The new MHR features include: Custom Machined Receiver, Black Nitride Finish Skeletonized Bolt Handle FFT Carbon Fiber Bolt Knob, Custom TriggerTech Trigger, 7075 Aluminum Billet Chassis, FFT Carbon Fiber Forearm with m-Lok, QD and Picatinny mounts, Interchangeable Grip Modules, Adjustable FFT Carbon Fiber Cheek Riser, Adjustable Length of Pull trigger, 416R Stainless Steel Aero-grade Carbon Fiber Wrapped Barrel, Stainless Steel Side Baffle Brake (Removable) and a 5/8 × 24 threaded Muzzle for an optional suppressor.

All are backed by Christensen’s Sub-MOA accuracy guarantee.

Finish options include Black Anodized, Desert Brown, and Tungsten Cerakote.

Weight starting at 7.4 lbs.
MSRP starting at: $3,499.99

Over the past 25 years, Christensen Arms has consistently been at the forefront of firearm innovation and wildlife conservation efforts.  From the introduction of the carbon-fiber wrapped barrel to the financial support of leading wildlife conservation groups, Christensen Arms is always finding new ways to improve the shooter’s experience while protecting our beloved hobbies and traditions.

Flash Forged Technology is available exclusively on select Christensen Arms firearms for 2022: the MHR FFT, Mesa FFT, Mesa FFT Titanium, Ridgeline FFT, and Ridgeline FFT Titanium.


About Christensen Arms:

With almost 25 years of firearm experience focused on incorporating top-tier aerospace materials and processes into production—Christensen Arms manufactures some of the most lightweight, precise, and accurate firearms in the industry and around the globe. From the very first prototype to current models, firearms have always been the product of American engineering and the best of American manufacturing.

 

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HankB

20 years ago when something was labeled “Tactical” most people figured out it really meant “Overpriced and under performing.” Today, when people tout the “environmental sustainability” or some such of their product, the same translation applies. I suspect the rifle in this story actually is a pretty good gun – but I get sub-MOA accuracy from an older (push feed) M70 that I glass bedded into a synthetic stock. Wearing a Leupold scope, every time I pull it out to shoot I find my zeroes haven’t changed. With a good amount of use stateside as well as 3 African safaris,… Read more »

Desert Rat

Geez, for the price of this thing you could get 3 Savage Ultralite 110’s with the Proof Research carbon fiber barrel, accustock, accutriger and they weigh 6# instead of 7.4#. They are sub-MOA guns out of the box and the stock is adjustable, too, with the use of spacers and risers. For all the carbon fiber gee whiz stuff Christensen put into their rifle, it sure came out a slug. Time for a little Slim Fast.

Knute Knute

Please note that with all of the carbon fiber lightweight parts, etc., this rifle still weighs more than a pound more than my bird’s eye maple stocked, Mauser 98 actioned, .270 WIN. from 1960! Please understand that I’m not knocking modern parts. The adjustable length of pull, the adjustable cheekpiece, etc., even though they add weight, are a big help for long range shooting at 1000 yards, and so on. What I’m questioning is whether its really ethical and sportsmanlike to shoot at big game a thousand yards away. And even if one thinks it is sporting to do so,… Read more »