Christensen Arms fortifies bolt action series with new Traverse rifle (VIDEO)

01/16/19 7:00 AM | by

Christensen Arms continues churning out bolt action rifles for precision hunting fans, unleashing the newest in its inventory — the Traverse.

The Traverse brings with it a lightweight style, packed with carbon fiber and premium materials. Tacking consumer feedback into consideration during the design phase, Christensen Arms’ Traverse packs in some of its most requested features including a zero-MOA optic rail, adjustable match-grade trigger and oversized bolt knob. The Traverse also sports a stainless steel action, light target carbon fiber barrel and stainless steel side-baffle muzzle brake.

The Traverse combines carbon fiber and premium materials. (Photo: Christensen Arms)

The rifle is topped off with a Carbon Fiber Composite Monte Carlo Stock which delivers a raised comb in addition to a modified Beavertail forearm with a 4-inch bottom Picatinny rail.

Christensen Arms says the Traverse is the perfect set-up for backcountry outings.

“The Traverse elevates Christensen Arms’ backcountry rifle offerings with the time-honored styling and performance you would expect. Designed to be lightweight from the inside out—this firearm takes full advantage of the company’s expertise in carbon fiber and premium materials,” the company said in a news release. “Launching in more than a dozen chamberings, there is a Traverse available for every hunter and every experience.”

Traverse chamberings include:

  • 22-250 Remington
  • 243 Winchester
  • 26 Nosler
  • 6.5 Creedmoor
  • 6.5 – 284 Norma
  • 6.5 PRC
  • 7MM-08 Remington
  • 7MM Remington Magnum
  • 28 Nosler
  • 280 Ackley
  • 270 WSM
  • 270 Winchester
  • 308 Winchester
  • 30-06 Springfield
  • 300 WSM
  • 300 Winchester Magnum
  • 300 PRC
  • 30 Nosler
  • 300 RUM

The Traverse features a price tag of $2,395.

(Photo: Christensen Arms)

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