For Sale: .308 Ultimate Stalking/ Match rifle -Christensen Arms Ridgeline

trajan

Active Member
I am reluctantly selling my CA Ridgeline in .308.
The rifle is made in the USA and has a sub MOA guarantee with factory ammo. Additionally it has:

- a Carbon fibre wrapped hand lapped match barrel ,Match Chamber, Hand Lapped,Free Floating, 24 inches, 1:10T)
- Carbon fibre composite stock with limbsaver recoil pad (Invar Pillars, Spot Bedding, Sporter Style)
- Triggertech adjustable trigger (TriggerTech offers the only triggers to operate without sliding friction, zero creep, adjustable 2.5lbs to 3.5lbs, extremely resistant to dirt etc)/
- Carbon fibre detachable 3 round magazine ,
- Muzzle brake-
- ASE SL5 Moderator 30 cal and proofed upto 300 win mag
- Spartan Engineering Javelin Carbon Fibre bipod with magnetic attachment.
- Fluted bolt (Twin Lug, Spiral Fluted, Nitride treated, M16 Style Extractor)
Total rifle weight is 6.8LBS

The rifle was purchased primarily for Deer stalking but since i have started competing in all GBFCA and other club FTR competitions, this rifle is not seeing as much action as i had planned for it and hence looking for a new home for it for someone who appreciates fine engineering and can put it to good use.

Total round count is 98 including 34 rounds in a BSRC competition where i used it for fun and ended up winning a shield for highest aggregate score. I now have a dedicated rifle for BSRC in 223.
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Total price paid for the setup was a bit north of £ 4,000/-. I am looking for £ 3,000/-. I am happy to bring it to Bisley for inspection. Ideally transfer would take place through GE Fultons at Bisley. I could ship RFD to your RFD subject to payment via bank transfer.

Rifle has been always been maintained/ cleaned with the utmost care using a boreguide, nylon brushes, carbon fibre cleaning rod and Boretech jags and cleaning fluids.
Thank you.
 
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Tedward1

Well-Known Member
Hi Trajan, I was looking at one of these for a 6.5 slot, and wondered how you got on with it, if you don't mind me asking? Ed
 
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