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Christensen Arms® Introduces AICS Polymer Magazines with Veterans Day Giveaway Promotion

GUNNISON, Utah – (November 11, 2019) To celebrate Veterans Day and thank United States military veterans for their service, Christensen Arms has announced a giveaway promotion for the launch of their first polymer magazine accessory. Current military personnel and military veterans will be eligible to receive a free Christensen Arms AICS Compatible Polymer Magazine of their choosing on 11/11/2019 when they submit through the Christensen Arms website (christensenarms.com/veterans). No purchase necessary. Terms and conditions apply.

“Few things matter more to us than honoring the service of military personnel,” said Jason Christensen, President of Christensen Arms. “It only makes sense that veterans should be the first to get their hands on our new product.”

The Christensen Arms AICS Compatible Polymer Magazines are designed for dependable bolt-action rifle use with compatible AICS-spec bottom metal and standard short-action 308 Winchester based cartridges. The magazines are injection molded with glass filled nylon polymer and feature a removable flared floorplate, steel spring, distinctive styling, and the Christensen Arms logo text.

Currently available in a standard short-action configuration, offerings include both a 5 round option that weighs 2.8 ounces and a 10 round option weighing in at 3.8 ounces. The magazines are made in America and covered by the Christensen Arms limited lifetime component warranty. Christensen Arms AICS Compatible Polymer Magazines have begun shipping with all applicable Christensen Arms firearms and are available for purchase on the Christensen Arms webstore.

Visit the Christensen Arms website or watch the release video for more information.

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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