Christensen Arms Introduces Traverse Precision Hunting Rifle

posted on January 15, 2019

Christensen Arms has announced the introduction of its new Traverse bolt-action rifle, a lightweight precision hunting rifle built for the backcountry.

At the heart of the Traverse is a stainless steel action mated to a light target contour Carbon Fiber barrel and a carbon fiber composite Monte Carlo stock. A 0-MOA optic rail, stainless steel side-baffle muzzle brake, oversized bolt knob, fore-end bottom-mounted Picatinny rail and an adjustable match-grade trigger round out this 7.3-pound rifle package.

The Traverse is currently available in the following chamberings; .22-250 Rem., .243 Win., .26 Nosler, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5-284 Norma, 6.5 PRC, 7MM-08 Rem., 7MM Rem. Mag., .28 Nosler, .280 Ackley, .270 WSM, .270 Win., 308 Win., .30-06 Sprg., .300 WSM, .300 Win. Mag., 300 PRC, .30 Nosler and .300 RUM. The rifle has an MSRP of $2,395 and comes with the Christensen Arms sub-MOA accuracy guarantee.

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