Christensen Arms unveils left handed versions of Mesa, Ridgeline rifles (VIDEO)

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Christensen Arms expands its rifle line, adding new left handed models to its Mesa and Ridgeline hunting rifle series.

Designed for southpaw shooters, the left handed variants feature the same materials and components shooters have come to expect from Christensen Arms.

“As one of our most requested products, we now offer two of our most popular rifles to fulfill the wants and needs of our left-handed customers.” Jason Christensen, President Christensen Arms, said a statement.

The Mesa comes chambered in either 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Win or 7mm-08 Rem. (Photo: Christensen Arms)

The Mesa rifle features a stainless steel-barreled design with featherlight contour and a removable radial brake. The rifle tops off its style with a carbon fiber composite stock. Currently offered in 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Winchester and 7mm-08 Remington, the rifle weighs 6.5-pounds. The left-handed Mesa is priced at $1,545.

Next in the lineup is the Ridgeline, featuring a spiral-fluted bolt and signature Christensen Arms carbon fiber barrel. The rifle offers a scalloped bolt knob and a carbon fiber composite stock with short action caliber chamberings in: .243 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Winchester and 7mm-08 Remington. The Ridgeline retails for $2,245.

Both rifles are backed by the company’s limited lifetime warranty and Sub-MOA accuracy guarantee.

The series delivers more options to southpaw shooters. (Photo: Christensen Arms)



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