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Last Post 22 Nov 2009 12:12 AM by maine_guy53. 13 Replies.
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12 Aug 2007 10:23 PM  

Im thinking about getting a CVA Wolf. Anyone ever had one, or know anything about it ? I like the break over style and its 209 fired. For under $ 150 it looks pretty good.

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13 Aug 2007 05:55 PM  
Never shot one.  But, if they are as good as their cousins (Optima's) then it will definately be worth the $$$$!
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13 Aug 2007 06:09 PM  

Bought my Lady friend one last season and she took her first doe with it.  I shot it a few time and its a great gun for the price. I have the CVA Kodiak and I love it.

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20 Aug 2007 04:08 PM  

My bride got me one for Christmas and it shoots great.

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20 Aug 2007 04:25 PM  
I have two CVA's one 50 cal mag bolt and one 45 cal fire bolt ( recently purchased).The 50 shoots really well.
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13 Sep 2007 11:31 AM  
I am actually looking into this same gun. Found one at my local gun shop. All black with nikon scope for 195.00. I am really wanting to try muzzleloading but dont have 4-600 bucks to shell out on one! The gun seems very light and easy to shoulder. Really got me thinking I want it!!!!!
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18 Sep 2007 04:11 PM  
my dad has that gun and never heard him complain
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21 Sep 2007 02:43 PM  
I have the cva optima and have no complaints at all seen the 07 model cva optima at wal mart with the camo stock and thumbhole in the butt with stainless barrel for $239
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21 Sep 2007 06:36 PM  
Well I just picked mine up. Seems like a decent gun. Started sighting in at 25 yards, shooting pretty good with two 50 grain triple 7 pellets and a 245 grain powerbelt hollowpoint! Ran out of light to finish sighting in but gonna finish this weekend! Hopefully come oct. 5th it will have its first deer under its belt!
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23 Sep 2007 02:17 AM  
Dad bought one last year, not bad for the price.
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27 Sep 2007 01:23 PM  
Pog, it did seem to shoot alright what charge was he using? The two pellets of Tripple 7 (100 grains)

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30 Sep 2007 04:39 AM  
I believe so, Ken did you get one?
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16 Oct 2007 11:30 AM  
Got my wolf sighted in, shoots real well. Hunted all last week during our muzzleloader season without getting a single shot. Going to maryland this saturday so maybe I will be able to report a little on how the gun performs on a deer.
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22 Nov 2009 12:12 AM  
I have one and so far love the gun
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