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#329402 - 08/06/07 05:20 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: CHRIS WILSON]
spctbone
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209 is a cap that is placed onto the nipple of a ML. And fired by the hammer slamming into the firing pin which is then slammed in to the cap, igniting the powder charge. Percussion!

Merrian/Webster deffinition:

Main Entry: per·cus·sion
Function: noun
Pronunciation: pur-'ka-shun
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin percussion-, percussio, from percutere to beat, from per- thoroughly + quatere to shake
1 : the act of percussing: as a : the striking of a percussion cap so as to set off the charge in a firearm b : the beating or striking of a musical instrument c : the act or technique of tapping the surface of a body part to learn the condition of the parts beneath by the resultant sound
2 : the striking of sound on the ear
3 : percussion instruments that form a section of a band or orchestra
- percussion adjective

LOL \:D
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#329784 - 08/06/07 09:41 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: spctbone]
mike243
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flintlocklock makes sparks,electro makes sparks \:\) mike243
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#329802 - 08/06/07 09:59 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: ]
spctbone
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Good one Mike!
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#332335 - 08/08/07 01:31 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: CHRIS WILSON]
rldel
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 Originally Posted By: CHRIS WILSON
I believe one could make the argument that a 209 primer is a form of percussion cap, but there is no way to argue that point with the electra.


Yep....

good or bad.. like to see them excluded for M/L season as well as the any shooting "smokeless powder" - don't care about the goin' dow the muzzel business...
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#352765 - 08/19/07 08:03 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: ]
Carlos Viagra
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So, would they be legal to use during rifle season?
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#353823 - 08/20/07 09:42 AM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: bonekelektr]
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If it doesn't have a flash pan then they all should be band, OH except for for my CVA Optima Pro
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#353838 - 08/20/07 09:49 AM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: Carlos Viagra]
Darkthirty II
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If they are illegal then someone needs to tell the knowitalls at Bass Pro Shops in Sevierville. I was there Sat looking at ML's and they had a electra. I asked the the dumba$$ behind the counter if they were legal and he said "sure there legal". I didn't argue, cause like my mother always said, "to argue with a fool is to become one". To make matters worse, there was a young man there buying a shotgun. It was a Rem 870. It had a 28"barrel with a rem choke in it, appeared to be a ic or a mod choke. and the guy working behind the counter, told the young man, that the gun was the perfect out of the box turkey gun, since it came with a turkey barrel and choke. Idiots!!
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#353844 - 08/20/07 09:51 AM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: wskp1]
.444 Marlin
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 Originally Posted By: wskp1
If it doesn't have a flash pan then they all should be band, OH except for for my CVA Optima Pro


Throw that optima in there too. Never seen one with a flashpan
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#354140 - 08/20/07 01:31 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: .444 Marlin]
Carlos Viagra
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So, would the electra model be legal for rifle season?
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#354865 - 08/20/07 07:56 PM Re: CVA Electra....Good or Bad? [Re: Carlos Viagra]
Matador
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 Originally Posted By: ChadWheeler
So, would the electra model be legal for rifle season?

Good question Chad and I can't see why it wouldn't be legal.

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