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Christensen Arms® Awarded SC Law Enforcement Division (SLED) Contract

Christensen Arms® Awarded SC Law Enforcement Division (SLED) Contract

GUNNISON, Utah – (August 21, 2019) Christensen Arms has been awarded contract number 4400021290 by the State of South Carolina to produce a version of the Christensen Arms CA-15 G2 model firearm for the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED). Under the contract, Christensen Arms will provide 410 semi-automatic rifles chambered in 223 WYLDE for the division.

“After a thorough evaluation and testing of many AR platform rifles, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division has chosen the Christensen Arms CA due to its accuracy, reliability, and overall weight,” said SLED Chief Mark Keel. “This innovative equipment will update and standardize the agency’s rifle inventory for SLED’s law enforcement personnel.”

The Christensen Arms CA-15 G2 is a custom built AR-style rifle optimized for weight and accuracy by utilizing aerospace-grade composites in production. It features a matched receiver set with a contour-matching carbon fiber handguard, Black Nitride™ finished BCG, and a single stage match-grade trigger assembly. The retail model is offered with stainless steel or carbon fiber barrel options.

Visit the Christensen Arms website for more information.

“We’re looking forward to an excellent partnership,” said Jason Christensen, President of Christensen Arms. “The CA-15 G2 is a remarkable firearm and we’re very pleased that the men and women of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division have chosen to carry it.”

About Christensen Arms: 
With almost 25 years of firearm experience focused on incorporating top-tier aerospace materials and processes into production—Christensen Arms manufactures some of the most lightweight, precise, and accurate firearms in the industry and around the globe. From the very first prototype to current models, the firearms have always been the product of American engineering and the best of American manufacturing

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