CTX™ stands for Coordinated Thermal eXpansion. This novel technology improves long-range rifle system accuracy nearly ten-fold in environments with changing temperatures.
Until now, long-range rifle systems have been assembled using receivers made from stainless steel, scope mounts made from aluminum alloys, and stocks made from composites, synthetics, or wood. Materials have a specific property to them called the Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (CTE). What this means is that when materials get hot or cold they either grow or shrink in size. If you’ve ever put a bottle of water in the freezer you’ve seen ice expand. While water is the opposite of most materials, you get the idea. Each material grows and shrinks at a rate specific to that material.
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