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Christensen Arms Releases New CA-15 and CA-10 Gen 2 Rifles

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017


Gunnison, UT – (March 27, 2017) First debuted at Shot Show 2017, Christensen Arms is proud to announce the official release of the CA-15 and CA-10 Gen 2 rifles. These rifles are available with either stainless steel or carbon fiber barrels and feature newly designed, billet 7075 receiver sets that were engineered to mate seamlessly with a slim-profile, aerograde carbon fiber handguard. Both rifles feature a true free-floating barrel and boast the Christensen Arms Sub-Moa Accuracy Guarantee.


Weighing less than 6 lbs., the CA-15 G2 is one of the lightest and most accurate AR15 platforms available. It is offered in Black Anodize, Tungsten Cerakote, or Burnt Bronze Cerakote and is chambered in .223 Wylde. MSRP is $1,749 for the stainless steel barrel configuration and $2,295 for the carbon fiber.

Combining aerospace alloys and ultra-lightweight carbon fiber, the CA-10 G2 weighs a mere 7.2 lbs., making it one of the lightest AR10 platforms ever created. It is available in either .308 Win or 6.5 Creedmoor, and comes in your choice of 3 color offerings. MSRP comes in at $2,595 for the stainless barrel variant and $2,995 for the carbon fiber.

For more information on either rifle, visit the Christensen Arms website.

Christensen Arms Releases New Aluminum-Frame 1911 Handgun

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

Gunnison, Utah – January, 16,2017 — Christensen Arms strives to craft the finest 1911 handguns ever produced, and the new A4 (4 inch barrel) and A5 (5 inch barrel) aluminum-framed 1911s are no exception. Currently available in 9MM, each A4 and A5 frame is machined from lightweight 7075 billet aluminum and assembled using only premium components, including a tunable match-grade trigger. They feature a newly designed flat-top, billet stainless steel slide that is hand fit to guarantee a perfectly smooth and highly accurate handgun – a 5-shot, 2 inch group at 25 yards. Weighing in at roughly 2 lbs, the new A4 is the lightest 1911 produced by Christensen Arms.

“We are please to expand our 1911 product offerings with the new A4 and A5. They represent the peak in 1911 technology and performance in a lightweight, aluminum frame.” – Jason Christensen, President Christensen Arms

The new Christensen 1911 A4 and A5 are currently shipping to dealers and can be seen at the Christensen Arms Shot Show booth #10574.


Christensen Arms Releases New Steel-Barreled Lightweight Rifle

Monday, November 21st, 2016


Gunnison, Utah – November 21, 2016

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 at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1veCi_6BVU/.

“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 http://www.christensenarms.com/find-a-dealer/. Full specs can be found on the Christensen Arms’ website, http://www.christensenarms.com/.

Christensen Arms CA-15 Recon – Save $1,500!

Friday, October 14th, 2016

EuroOptic has brought back the Christensen Arms CA-15 Recon Sale – and with this special inventory buy, we are now offering this rifle in Tungsten and Bronze at only $1,895 – a savings of over $1,500 off the normal list price.

With its carbon-wrapped match grade barrel, Titanium muzzle brake, and carbon-fiber handguard, the CA-15 Recon is a lightweight, match-grade rifle that can serve any purpose that you might need to throw at it. Sale pricing for current stock only.


Christensen Arms Launches New 2014 Product Innovations

Friday, January 31st, 2014

Utah firearms company engineers new technology to transform the user experience

(GUNNISON, Utah, Jan. 14, 2014) — Christensen Arms, one of the country’s most technologically innovative manufacturers of firearms, will kick off 2014 by introducing the Lock Tech Match (LTM) Trigger System, Castle Doctrine Modern Sporting Rifle (CD-10 and CD-15), Christensen Bolt Action, and stainless steel and carbon-fiber barrels, all of which are engineered and manufactured in-house. The advanced technologies featured in all of Christensen’s firearms are part of its strategy to continually evolve the experience of operating a firearm and to provide a superior product that combines cutting edge composites and advanced product engineering.

The Lock Tech Match (LTM) Trigger System is a single stage safety lock system that incorporates a safety hook to lock the hammer in place to ensure the firearm can never shoot while in safe mode. Current trigger systems on the market can still fire if dropped or jostled. Christensen introduces technology that prevents the chance of an accidental discharge. The LTM Trigger System is available on the CA-10, CA-15, and new CD-10 and CD-15.

The new Castle Doctrine Modern Sporting Rifle (CD-10 and CD-15) comes with a new OSS suppressor for reduced flash and noise upon firing. The OSS Suppressor is manufactured with suppression technology based on real world, wartime, and commercial demands. The component combines all OSS technologies into a single unit creating a revolutionary modular suppression device that utilizes 12 patented technologies. This system is specifically engineered to a weapon’s operating system, caliber, and barrel length. The OSS Suppressor unit effectively reduces visual and audio signature, back pressure, expelled gases, and operating system wear to give shooters optimal suppression performance. The CD AR is inspired by the Castle Doctrine and designed with force and protection in mind.

The new Christensen Bolt Action is precisely cut, not casted, to its final form with electrical discharge machining (wire EDM) to deliver high accuracy and consistency. Christensen Bolt Action is equipped with a drop magazine and nitrite coated bolt and receiver. Available in both short and long versions for the tactical and hunting markets, the Christensen Bolt Action offers precision, versatility, and dependability.

For the first time, Christensen now offers a lower price point barrel line made with stainless steel that is highly durable and rigid. Christensen’s carbon-fiber barrel line is still developed with their patented lightweight carbon-fiber technology, designed to increase the longevity, durability and accuracy in varying temperatures. Both barrel lines are available in matchgrade and select match-grade. Match-grade indicates that the bore measures within .0005 inches of the standard diameter and does not vary more than .0003 inches for the length of the barrel. In select match-grade, the groove diameter air gauges within .0003 inches of the standard diameter and does not vary more than .0001 inches for the entire length of the barrel. Both barrel grades have a maximum Total Indicator Runout (TIR) of .003 inches or less, indicating a minimal tolerance for straightness deviation.

“Our aerospace industry DNA constantly fuels our capability to develop new products,” said Jason Christensen, president of Christensen Arms. “We focus on not only what our customers want now, but what they don’t know is possible. Our new products extend our promise to outperform in quality, experience, performance, technology, and selection.”