Cva Accura MR

Discussion in 'Muzzleloaders' started by Duckwisperer, Sep 30, 2021.

  1. web splitter

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    That's proprietary to Traditions I believe. They teamed with Federal to come us with the design.
    That said, Gregg Ritz killed a bull at 274yds with it a couple days ago.
     
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  2. muddhunter

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    May be different now but when I bought my MR I had to purchase a different breech plug for the Blackhorn to ignite properly. Wasn’t too expensive best I can recall.
     
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  3. davers

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    Our Walmart has one Traditions Nitro-fire .50 caliber with scope mounted. They also had around 5 packs of Fire-Stick propellant, for use in the Nitro-fire M/L 100 grain cartridges. At one time I was interested in buying one of these M/L but since then I backed off as one has to use their propellant cartridges. What does one do if for some reason the quit making these cartridges?? It would have been much better if they would have developed an empty cartridge that the shooter could fill up with their choice of propellant powder. I really don't see this new type Tradition "Nitro-Fire" Muzzle loader catch on or to last due to one not being able to develop a load that is more accurate. The price of those Fire-Stick cartridges are also expensive.
     
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  4. xbokilla

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    I don’t know if they’ll catch on for the average Joe Hunter but the “pros” use the heck out of them. The advantages I guess would be how easy they load with everything together plus weather really wouldn’t matter with everything packed in the cartridge.
     
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  5. Duckwisperer

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    That’s exactly what I was thinking. That’s why I’m just gonna go w the Cva.
     
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  6. davers

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    I've been "eyeing" a Knight bolt action in .50 caliber. They are expensive but good "Made-in-USA" rifles!!
     
  7. Duckwisperer

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    True but Knight got bought out a few years ago and the company that bought them went bankrupt I believe.
     
  8. Duckwisperer

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  9. 1wildcatfan

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    And cleaning the Knights was a pain, disassembling the bolt and all. Then the plastic modules you had to use.. Wouldn't trade my Omega for any of the others.
     
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  10. riverboss

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    Really like my omega, but it doesn't shoot as good as my knight did!
    But cleaning sure makes up for it.
     
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  11. riverboss

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    To me its just like the electric car stuff, use a true time tested product or retool and start from scratch because some pimp is pimping a product for there monetary gain!
    If it ain't broke don't try to fix it!
     
  12. davers

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    I like my T/C Black Diamond too. Easy to clean-up, especially with my homemade solvent/cleaner.
     
  13. hoene

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    I have an older Knight that I would not trade for any new ML.
     
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  14. Great guns
     
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  15. 1wildcatfan

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    The "pros" get paid, shows get financed, by advertising/pimping new products.
     

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