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Christensen Arms Modern Precision Rifle 6.5 Creedmoor 26" 1:8" Black 801-03002-01

SKU 801-03002-01-CA

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The Christensen Arms Modern Precision Rifle is the next-generation chassis system. The chassis is machined from 7075 billet aluminum and features V-block bedding to promote superior accuracy. Other features include an adjustable folding stock with a locking hinge mechanism, an oversized fluted bolt knob, and black nitride coated bolt, receiver, and muzzle brake. The Modern Precision Rifle from Christensen Arms is built with an aerograde carbon fiber barrel (or 416R Stainless Steel #4 contour barrel), free-floating handguard, and adjustable comb; and is guaranteed to shoot sub-MOA. Developed with a 100% proprietary chassis and weighing between 7 to 9 pounds, the Modern Precision Rifle is built to tackle your next big adventure.

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  • Caliber:6.5 Creedmoor
  • Weight:8.34 lbs
  • Rifle Overall Length:46.75" Extended
    38" Folded
  • Action:Bolt
  • Trigger:Match-Grade "Flat" Trigger
  • Rifle Barrel Length:26"
  • Rifle Barrel Twist:1:8"
  • Barrel Thread Pitch5/8x24
  • Rifle Stock:Black Folding Stock with Locking Hinge and Magnelock Technology
  • Scope Mount:20 MOA Picatinny Rail
  • Magazines Included:AICS-Compatible Detachable
  • Iron Sights No
  • Caliber or Gauge:6.5 Creedmoor
  • HandednessRight Hand
  • Item ConditionNew
  • Product TypeRifles
  • UPC810651029172
  • MPN801-03002-01

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
November 7, 2019

The MPR is a great, well thought out and designed rifle, EXCEPT the most important part of any rifle - the barrel. I'm a graduate engineer, with several degrees, who builds things for the military. I have seen and resolved manufacturing issues with items that were required to last decades in a corrosive environment and temperature extremes. I'm a competitive shooter, and hunter for about 60 years, so far. I have several several .308 match rifles that last 8000-10000 rounds with no pitting, yes they erode, but in the normal expected way. I have not had any issues with Remington, Marlin, Krieger, Hart, Douglas or Lilja barrels on my other rifles. I bore scope often, yours every time I shoot. The issue is you make a defective barrel. Perhaps it is your processes that cause the issues. What is your Quality control? Do you x-ray your blanks as they come from the foundry. Do you need a new supplier? You need to look into to how you drill your bores and button rifle your barrels; too fast, too slow, wrong lube, too much or too little lube, etc. Three bad barrels - first had about 300 rds and then pitting half way down the barrel and the group size doubled. The second had 30 rounds and the land eroded completely from about half way down to near the muzzle, no group. Pretty obvious with the metal flakes stuck in the muzzle brake. The third (you said your best) 60 rounds and pitting appeared again half way down the barrel. Thank you for your good customer service and replacing the barrels. Proven fact, you can't make a good barrel. Maybe other customers do not inspect the bore like I do, but the issue is there with the sample of 3 for 3 barrels. I will be putting a good barrel (Krieger or Hart) on the rifle and will not consider a Christensen Arms rifle or barrel in the future. I will not recommend one to friends. This is because you have cost me ~$2300 for the rifle and $700+ additional for a new barrel and installation and two years of not being able to use the rifle for matches or hunting. Bottom line I can't trust what you build and you cost me time and money

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March 27, 2020

I have had a Christensen TFM Full Carbon Fiber 26" build since 2015. I did an extensive barrel brake in process, more so than I have ever done on any rifle. But this is my baby! I took a deere the first season out with it @ 180 yds. nothing special, but pretty cool for me. Still shoots straight and my personal best is a target at 625 yds at a range in downstate Illinois on some private club land. That was in 2018. Top of the line. Not much better out of the box if taken care of properly.

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March 27, 2018

Michael Ratcliff. Just picked up this rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor. Fit and finish is the nicest I've ever seen. Looks like a piece of art and shoots like a dream. Nothing quite compares.

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