Gunnison, Utah – Christensen Arms, manufacturer of state-of-the-art precision firearms and custom carbon fiber barrels, is proud to announce the new Ridgeline Scout. This new rifle was created for situations that require a lightweight, compact firearm such as hunting from a ground blind, treestand or possible use as a truck gun.
Building upon the ever popular Christensen Arms Ridgeline series), the Ridgeline Scout is a purpose-built, bolt-action rifle chassis that combines all the best features of the Ridgeline into a new compact scout rifle. Specialized features include a Black-Nitride® coated action, 0-MOA optic rail, barricade stop, a 10-rd AICS drop-box magazine, and a flat-shoe Trigger Tech® trigger, all on a tan and black carbon fiber composite Sporter stock.
Weighting in at just 5.9 lbs., the Ridgeline Scout is available in four calibers all with a 16” muzzle-threaded barrel creating an ideal suppressor host. Most Ridgeline Scout rifles are backed by the Christensen Arms Sub-MOA Guarantee.
“We are excited to add the new Ridgeline Scout rifle to the Ridgeline series. The intent was to offer shooters the same familiarity and performance of the Ridgeline in a shorter, more compact, system,” said Stephen Graham, Senior VP of Marketing, Christensen Arms. “This Ridgeline Scout has the same accuracy potential and dependability as our field-proven Ridgeline rifles, as they share many of the same features, technology and components.”
Chambering: Barrel Length: Twist Rate: Overall length:
.300 BLK 16” 1/7 37.5”
.223 REM 16” 1/8 37.5”
6.5 CRDMR 16” 1/8 37.5”
.308 WIN 16” 1/10 37.5”
To learn more about the new Ridgeline Scout Rifle and the complete product offerings from Christensen Arms, please visit www.christensenarms.com or follow us on social media @christensensarms.
About Christensen Arms
Established in 1995, Christensen Arms is focused on incorporating top-tier aerospace materials and processes into production - resulting in some of the most lightweight, precise, and accurate firearms in the industry and around the globe. Always made in America, from the first prototype to the state-of-art current production models.