Looking to buy a CVA Wolf black powder rifle.

charly Posted By charly, Oct 24, 2012 at 10:10 AM

  1. charly

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    Any thoughts on this model? Cabella's seems to have a good price with a scope combo and case, plus I have a Cabella's card with credit, gun would cost me about 76 dollars, free shipping .
     
  2. swagler85

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    I had a CVA a while ago, it was a decent gun but when I upgraded to a Thompson Center I fell in love. That gun is deadly accurate and has long range capabilities.
     
  3. Adios Pantalones

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    I actually bought the Cabelas .50, which is a good shooter, but I upgraded to a Green Mtn .54 barrel for PRB and its the bomb. I don't have enough experience to answer your actual question though
     
  4. smokinj

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    For 76.00 is cheap and a great way to get started in bp...
     
  5. charly

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    Got a credit put back on my Cabella card plus when I signed up and bought a few things in the Maine store I also got reward dollars, so I can complain at that investment .
     
  6. Brokenwing

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    I use a H & R BP Muzzleloader I purchased at cabelas a few years back, very accuarate with open sites at 100 yards. Nothing fancy but a fun gun. As far as CVA my buddy had one and really like it, I dont think you can go wrong with that purchase.
     
  7. charly

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    Thanks.
     
  8. FanMan

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    I have an older CVA Hawken, bought used, which has more than paid for itself in contributions to the dinner table... perhaps not as finely finished as a T/C but it's more accurate than I am and has always been reliable.
     

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