Is CVA Wolf a Magnum?
The CVA Wolf™ 209 Magnum . 50 Muzzleloader Rifle Package includes a muzzleloader rifle that features a 24″ blued barrel, a bullet-guiding muzzle and a quick-release breech plug that comes out with just a twist of the fingers. The rifle comes with a wide variety of accessories to help you get started.
How far can you shoot a CVA Wolf?
Schearer also said that while the rifle can be set up to shoot at 400 yards, it’s also a great tool for the more common 100- to 200-yard shots. “On standard muzzleloaders you’ll commonly see a seven- to 10-inch drop at 200 yards. You won’t see that with the Paramount.
Is CVA made by Bergara?
Does CVA own Bergara? And we are very proud that CVA has now been America’s #1 selling muzzleloader brand for over a decade. Every barrel that we use today is also made in Bergara at the BERGARA BARRELS factory, which, like CVA, is wholly owned by our parent company.
Where is the CVA Wolf made?
All of our guns are designed and assembled in our state-of-the art production facility located in the little town of Bergara in northern Spain — a region that has been famous for gun making for hundreds of years.
What scope comes on a CVA Wolf?
The Wolf Rifle comes with a Konus Shot® 3-9 x 32 scope with a duplex reticle and a DuraSight® DEAD-ON™ 1-piece scope mount.
Can a CVA Wolf shoot 150 grain?
All controls are ambidextrous making your CVA rifle ideal for both right and left handed shooters. Your CVA rifle utilizes a 209 shotgun shell primer to ignite the powder charge. It is fully magnum capable. This means that you can use the “magnum” charge of 150 grains equivalent of pelletized blackpowder substitutes.
Can you use pellets in CVA Paramount?
When fired through a chronograph there is a variance of 10 F.P.S (Feet per Second) or less. While you can absolutely shoot blackpowder pellets out of this rifle paired whatever bullet that floats your boat, you will not get the same accuracy described above.
Can you shoot 150 grains of powder in a CVA Wolf?
Your CVA rifle utilizes a 209 shotgun shell primer to ignite the powder charge. It is fully magnum capable. This means that you can use the “magnum” charge of 150 grains equivalent of pelletized blackpowder substitutes.