Gunnison, Utah based riflemarker Christensen Arms has announced the release of their second generation CA-15 guns. Focused of weight savings and including optional features like carbon fiber barrels and hand guards. Weighing in at six pounds, Christensen bills the CA-15 G2 as the lightest and most accurate AR on the market.
The company is also releasing the new CA-10 G2 .308 rifle.
The Christensen Arms CA-15 platform is a custom-built AR-style rifle optimized for weight and accuracy. The CA-15 G2 features a newly designed matched receiver set with a contour-matching carbon fiber handguard, Black Nitride-coated BCG, and a single stage match-grade trigger assembly. Available with both steel and carbon fiber barrels, the CA-15 G2 uses the industry’s most advanced composites and carries Christensen Arms’ Sub-MOA Accuracy Guarantee.
Gunnison, UT – (March 27, 2017) First debuted at Shot Show 2017, Christensen Arms is proud to announce the official release of the CA-15 and CA-10 Gen 2 rifles. These rifles are available with either stainless steel or carbon fiber barrels and feature newly designed, billet 7075 receiver sets that were engineered to mate seamlessly with a slim-profile, aerograde carbon fiber handguard. Both rifles feature a true free-floating barrel and boast the Christensen Arms Sub-Moa Accuracy Guarantee.
Weighing less than 6 lbs., the CA-15 G2 is one of the lightest and most accurate AR15 platforms available. It is offered in Black Anodize, Tungsten Cerakote, or Burnt Bronze Cerakote and is chambered in .223 Wylde. MSRP is $1,749 for the stainless steel barrel configuration and $2,295 for the carbon fiber. See the official video for more information.
Combining aerospace alloys and ultra-lightweight carbon fiber, the CA-10 G2 weighs a mere 7.2 lbs., making it one of the lightest AR10 platforms ever created. It is available in either .308 Win or 6.5 Creedmoor, and comes in your choice of 3 color offerings. MSRP comes in at $2,595 for the stainless barrel variant and $2,995 for the carbon fiber. Watch the teaser video to see it in action.