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When you are hunting deep in the backwoods, on the prairie or in the mountains, your rifle is one of your most precious assets. You need a rifle with the utmost accuracy and reliability, without it being too heavy. Christensen Arms has provided an answer to these demands with the Ridgeline series of hunting rifles. This Ridgeline 6.5 Creedmoor could be considered to be the pinnacle of hunting rifles featuring a lightweight carbon fiber composite sporter stock and a 416R stainless steel carbon fiber wrapped barrel. These attributes give the rifle a weight of just 6.3 to 6.8 pounds. Another admirable quality of the Ridgeline is its match-grade accuracy with a sub-MOA guarantee, this is helped by its adjustable Trigger-Tech trigger with a light pull weight of just 2.5 to 3.5 lbs. To ensure the utmost reliability, Ridgeline rifles uses systems that have already been proven to be effective, such as the M16 style extractor. The receiver also come with an enlarged ejection port, and magnum calibers come with a dual ejector.
In addition to its lightweight and pinpoint accuracy, the Ridgeline Rifle series is equally versatile. It’s available in 20 different chamberings, from the nimble flat shooting 22-250 Remington to the raw long range stopping power of the 300 PRC. The multitude of different chamerings gives the Ridgeline a higher range of applications when compared to other rifles in its class.
- Chamber 6.5 Creedmoor
- Internal Magazine, 4 Round Capacity (3 Magnum)
- Christensen Arms 416 Stainless Steel Billet Receiver
- Enlarged Ejection Port
- Match-Grade Trigger (2.5-3.5 lb.)
- Billet Aluminum Machined Bottom Metal With Hinged Floor Plate
- Spiral-fluted, nitride-treated bolt with twin lugs and M16-style extractor, and fluted bolt knob
- Christensen Arms 416R Stainless Steel Aerograde Carbon Fiber Wrapped, Light Target-profile Barrel, with adjustable, removable brake (stainless steel), free-floated and
threaded at the muzzle (includes stainless steel thread protector)
- Optic Compatible with standard Rem 700 bases
|Barrel Length||20" BARREL|
|Finish||BLACK CARBON FIBER|
WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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