Christensen Arms officially releases CA-15 and CA-10 Gen 2 rifles

The CA-10 in the Anodized Black color. (Photo: Christensen Arms)

The CA-10 in the Anodized Black color. (Photo: Christensen Arms)

Christensen Arms announced the official release of the CA-15 and CA-10 Gen 2 rifles after their initial debut at SHOT Show 2017.

The rifles come with either a stainless steel or carbon fiber barrel and offer newly designed, billet 7075 receiver sets that are engineered to pair perfectly with the slim-profile, carbon fiber handguard. Featuring a free-float barrel, the rifles are backed with the Christensen Arms Sub-Moa Accuracy Guarantee.

The CA-15 looking rugged. (Photo: Christensen Arms)

The CA-15 looking rugged as it deftly balances on the rocks. (Photo: Christensen Arms)

The CA-15 is a lightweight AR-15, weighing a mere six pounds. Offered in Black Anodize, Tungsten Cerakote or Burn Bronze Cerakote the CA-15 is chambered in .223 Wylde. The rifle boasts a single stage match-grade trigger assembly nestled in an integrated undercut trigger guard on the lower receiver. The trigger is set at a crisp 3.5 to 4.5 pound break. MSRP for the stainless steel barrel barrel configuration is $1,749 while the carbon fiber option is priced higher at $2,295.

Built on the AR-10 platform, the CA-10 tips scales at a lightweight 7.2 pounds. Available in either .308 Win or the popular 6.5 Creedmoor, the CA-10 features a threaded muzzle and titanium flash hider. The match-grade trigger is set at 3.5 to 4.5 pounds. The CA-10 is offered in the same three colors as the CA-15. The stainless steel barreled version is priced at $2,595 while the carbon fiber model retails for $2,995.

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