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Anyone seen the new CVA O/U muzzleloader??

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Pulp, Aug 10, 2008.

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  1. Pulp

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    Read a test in Guns and Ammo. Very interesting, but very expensive.
     
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    link or ban

    hahahahaha
     
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    Just checked thier web site and there is no O/U rifle listed.:confused:

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    Its a Traditions O/U, not a CVA.
     
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    Those are some fine looking guns and probably a real steal at that price. Still, if I was inclined to drop that kind of $ on a dbl, I would probably go for the Pedersoli Kodiak for no other reason than I really prefer the look of the SxS with exposed hammers.
     
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    nope i would save up for a sharps myself
     
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    I'll second that.

    Those double rifles look pretty nice but they look too much like my buddies Browning 12ga. Skeet gun, not my cup of tea.
     
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    Memory just not what it used to be. Sorry 'bout the mixup. In the magazine article the list price was around 1300 and up.
     
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    na your memory is ok. Look at their website. it shows those rifles on sale. the non sale price is like 1500 and 1700. Thats a lot of cash for two short muzzleloaders. If they were centerfire rifles i would say they look like small carbines. I think its pretty cool. I just wouldnt think about spending that kind of money on a o/u muzzle loader. The sharps still sounds better maybe a 45-110 long barrel. 1000 yard gun.
     
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    With 209 primer, and 24 inch 1 in 28" twist OU barrels, tang safety and projectile aligment system, Traditions really tried to modernize & improve on the Pedersoli Kodiak SXS.
    I guess they want to cut into Pedersoli's double rifle monopoly.

    By making them in an OU configuration like a trap gun, it not as hard to regulate the point of impact.
    I wonder how many states allow double barrel ML's for big game hunting?
    It's not legal in my state during ML deer season.
     
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