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#3313193 - 08/06/13 06:58 AM Re: CVA Wolf Accuracy test [Re: FrontierGander]
Henke3663
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I got mine at Walmart for $180 plus tax
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#3434477 - 11/03/13 08:33 PM Re: CVA Wolf Accuracy test [Re: Henke3663]
93civEJ1
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if someone shoots one without it being fully seated, does it always bulge the barrel or cause an issue? or if it was just a 1 time occurence and things look ok, is it usually fine?
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#3435344 - 11/04/13 11:18 AM Re: CVA Wolf Accuracy test [Re: 93civEJ1]
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I lined up my wife's over the weekend with 245 gr power belts and 80 gr of Blackhorn 209 and shot a very tight group at 100 yards even shot same hole twice.
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#3435506 - 11/04/13 12:57 PM Re: CVA Wolf Accuracy test [Re: 93civEJ1]
caretaker
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 Originally Posted By: 93civEJ1
if someone shoots one without it being fully seated, does it always bulge the barrel or cause an issue? or if it was just a 1 time occurence and things look ok, is it usually fine?


When you load your CVA Wolf or any other muzzleloader for the first time mark your ram rod after you are sure you have your round seated properly. If you have shot the muzzleloader clean it and seat your round and mark your rod. Marking your rod assures you that you have a proper seat each time you load up.

Now I have heard it rumored that Muzzle Season starts this Saturday. Nov. 9th. I heard the same rumors about about last Saturday. I will be checkin the regs every day until Nov. 9th. Then I am takin my Wolf to the woods.
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#3435956 - 11/04/13 05:18 PM Re: CVA Wolf Accuracy test [Re: caretaker]
93civEJ1
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isnt it actually true about this weekend? its in the twra guide as this coming weekend.
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#3435962 - 11/04/13 05:23 PM Re: CVA Wolf Accuracy test [Re: 93civEJ1]
FrontierGander
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use a piece of tape to mark your ramrod when dialing in loads for your new muzzleloader. Never scratch it until you are 100% certain that is the load you will be using. Otherwise you just a million scratches and wont have a clue to what the actual one is.
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