My First Muzzle Loader CVA Accura

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    My First Muzzle Loader CVA Accura

    I got my first muzzle loader today. I am tired of my buddies getting a 2 week head start on me at deer season.

    I went to get a Thompson Triumph or Omega, but the salemen put me on to the CVA Accura. It has a much better trigger and the Bergara barrels are said to be very accurate and well made. I will find out tomorrow if it doesn't rain. It was on sale, $220 dollars less than the Triumph. That was good because all of the other stuff that you have to get cost me $235 dollars.
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    I did the same thing last fall, but I got a CVA "Wolf" in 50 cal. I didn't want to spend a lot of money on something I might not like. I didn't kill a deer with it last fall, but I had a good time fooling with it. It's a nice time of year to be in the woods.

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    I have to shoot at riffraff rebel rabble with a big long wood and steel 1861 Springfield, and we aren't even allowed to put on scopes or attach the bayonets. I've shot at a thousand rebels, but so few of them fall!

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    I guess that is suppose to be funny?

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    Actually, clever, comical and witty. We always need new Union recruits, too, to have fun with black-powder guns, without hurting anything or anyone, except when we burn powder and thereby hurt Mother Earth.

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    Too polite

    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Warrior View Post
    I have to shoot at riffraff rebel rabble with a big long wood and steel 1861 Springfield, and we aren't even allowed to put on scopes or attach the bayonets. I've shot at a thousand rebels, but so few of them fall!
    That my good sir is because you northern boys are poor shots. We southern gentlemen are just too polite to point that out to ya'll on the field of honor. But we do thank you for standing up there and letting us shoot back.

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    Anything black powder is good

    CVA gets the job done. Those are some nice looking rifles in this thread. Anything black powder is good and tons of fun.

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