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New Frontier Beartooth magnum/CVA Wolf

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by flyboy1788, Dec 17, 2008.

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  1. flyboy1788

    flyboy1788 Member

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    anybody have either of these?? Ive got the 50 cal. beartooth magnum with what i think is a 22" barrel(same length bbl as cva wolf, whatever that is) and I have a 3-9x40 scope on it. I use 245 grain powerbelts with pyrodex pellets(100 grains). Just wondering if anyone has one of these, if so what distance do you zero it at, and also, what kind of accuracy are you getting with it??
    thanks
     
  2. obiwankabaldi

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    Wow, I saw your thread and could not believe that soemone has the New Frontier Bear Tooth magnum. I won mine and neverknew enyone else that had one. I shoot the Fusion 250 grain sabots with 100 grain of Shockeys Gold. I zero at 1" high at 50 yards and that will put me in the zone out to 100 yards. Here in NY I never get any shots any longer than that. I can group within 2 1/2" all day at the 50 yard mark. I like the triple seven pellets more but hate the cleaning of it. the shockeys gold cleans up easily. Good luck. I actually shot a very nice 8 pt buck this year in our late muzzle season on the last day.
     
  3. tepfy

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    CVA Bear Tooth

    I have a .50 caliber magnum Bear Tooth with a Nikon 3x9 scope. I am drilling nails at 200 meters. I use American Pioneer's new 100 grain pellets and the power Bellt 295 grains rounds. The 245 grain rounds do shoot a litle flatter, but with the new American pioneer I can get 200 meters with the 295 and have that extra hitting power. I absolutely love the combination, if your a first time black powerder you can not go wrong. Its easy to use and also another bonus of the American Pioneer is that if you do need to get a 2nd shot off you can do it in under 15 seconds (with some practice) with no shot modifications because of dirt in the barrell.
     
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