First Look: Christensen Arms Modern Hunting Rifle

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posted on September 13, 2022
MHR Studio 1

Christensen Arms, manufacturer of state-of-the-art precision firearms and custom carbon-fiber barrels, is proud to announce the launch of the new Modern Hunting Rifle (MHR) with Flash Forged Technology (FFT). Whether hunting or ringing steel at the range, the MHR was created to meet the unique requirements of every shooting situation. Built on an aluminum mini chassis with V-block bedding, the MHR was built to offer the accuracy of a chassis rifle while providing the ergonomics of a hunting rifle, not to mention complete modularity. The all-new FFT stock, fore-end, and grips can all be customized to fit any shooter or shooting position.

Christensen Arms' Barrel and brake

“With conservation being at our forefront, Flash Forged Technology results in greater environmental sustainability by saving energy and eliminate waste,” said Jason Christensen, CEO of Christensen Arms. “Utilizing automated processes and virgin recyclable materials, FFT is truly 100-percent zero-waste manufacturing without producing harmful toxins or emissions.  This new technology helps support our goal of wildlife conservation by reducing our environmental impact and protecting our lands and wildlife for future generations – all while creating a more superior product.”

Adjustable Stock

The new MHR features include: a custom-machined receiver; a black-nitride-finish skeletonized bolt handle with an FFT carbon-fiber bolt knob; a custom TriggerTech Trigger; a 7075-aluminum billet chassis, an FFT carbon fiber fore-end with m-Lok, QD and Picatinny mounts; interchangeable grip modules'-; an adjustable FFT carbon-fiber cheek riser, an adjustable-length-of-pull trigger; a 416R stainless steel aero-grade carbon-fiber-wrapped barrel; a stainless steel side baffle brake (Removable); and a 5/8X24 TPI muzzle for the addition of a suppressor. All these parts are backed by backed by Christensen’s Sub-MOA accuracy guarantee.

Receiver and magazine lifestyle

Finish options include Black Anodized, Desert Brown and Tungsten Cerakote. Initial chamberings are 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC and .308 Winchester all with 22-inch barrels for a 43.5-inch overall length. For more information, visit christensenarms.comMSRP: $3,499.99

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