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Discussion in 'Rifles' started by BUSTA'YOTE, Aug 29, 2017.
Oh my! Lol she's a shooter
Were you trying for a cloverleaf?!!
Are you using the Hornady factory ammo?
So do the scouts have interchangeable barrels? So you can use different caliber barrels but the same stock and forearm?
No they're not like an encore
Dang, I have an 8 year old and I was thinking that the 44 mag and the 450 bushmaster would make a good combo
Good news is they are very inexpensive and are very accurate. I have a 44, 35 whelen, and shortly a 450 in the Cva. I'd really suggest the 44 for your 8 yr old
Yeah I have a cva muzzleloader that shoots good too. Oh well guess I'll just have to buy more guns. Shucks
Technically no, from the manufacturer. Not set up as switch barrel capability, as in being able to buy drop-in barrels.
However, this ain't my first rodeo, and I've got a gazillion tip-up rifles, shotguns, and muzzleloaders. So, I know that some other barrels will lock-up on other frames, with little or no fitting.
With that said, the problem is, there are no barrels available without frames for the CVA Scout and Hunters. Nobody is going to sell you a barrel, without getting one back in return. So there you have it.
Lemasters Hudson's in Grand rapids has the hunter model in 450 in stock for 259 if anyone is looking for one.
Just picked up a scout from Cabelas for $306 out the door. Couldnt pass it up at that price
That's a great price at a cabelas store!
$40 off in their Hunting sale flyer, and another 18% off with the gift cards from Ebay. Plus 6 months zero interest through Paypal. Actually was $295.52. I was figuring 15% earlier.
Just realized that I hadn't posted the 2nd 3 shot group, without the brake. 0.475"
This was the 1st 3 shot group, with the brake. 0.359"
wow I feel like a idiot I just ordered one it was like 402 out the door