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Christensen Mesa Titanium and Ridgeline Titanium Rifles – New for 2020

Two new additions to their most popular hunting rifle offerings, Christensen Arms has announced their Mesa Titanium and Ridgeline Titanium rifle editions, built to be the most affordable precision titanium action rifles on the market.

Christensen Mesa Titanium and Ridgeline Titanium Rifles – New for 2020
New for 2020, Christensen Arms now offers the popular Ridgeline (left) and Mesa series of rifles in titanium editions. (Photo courtesy of Christensen Arms)

"For too long rifles built with lightweight titanium actions have been beyond the financial reach of most hunters" said Jason Christensen, President of Christensen Arms. "We're excited to change that starting with these two new products."

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Christensen Mesa Titanium (top) and Ridgeline Titanium rifle editions (Photo courtesy of Christensen Arms)

The Mesa Titanium Edition (RETAIL: $1,795) is the most accessible titanium action rifle ever built. The compact hunting rifle features a featherlight contour stainless steel barrel with a bead blasted finish, removable seamless radial brake, and a custom Titanium Edition floorplate. The carbon fiber composite sporter stock is painted with a new Metallic Grey with Black Webbing look. The special edition is offered in 308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, and 300 Winchester Magnum. It weighs in starting at 6.1 pounds.

The Ridgeline Titanium Edition (RETAIL: $2,495) combines a precision titanium action with a Christensen Arms carbon fiber barrel at an impressive price. The firearm features a titanium radial brake, spiral fluted bolt, custom Titanium Edition floorplate, and a carbon fiber composite sporter stock with a Metallic Grey with Black Webbing finish. The special edition is offered in 308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, and 300 Winchester Magnum. It weighs in starting at 5.8 pounds.

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