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Muzzleloader pistol gets it done! #8023824 10/26/20 04:38 AM
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Took my new CVA muzzleloader pistol to Oklahoma for the opener this weekend. Shot this big doe right before dark this evening at 40 yards. She was quartered hard away from me, and I had to slip the bullet into a narrow window. I have been shooting the Hornady MonoFlex ML sabot round for a couple of years now in my rifle, and this is the first time I’ve recovered a bullet. All others have been complete pass through. This bullet almost made it through, but stuck under the skin.

Shooting two 50 grain Pyrodex pellets behind the 250 grain Hornady. Recoil is about the same as a hot loaded .44 mag in my T/C Encore pistol. Not horrible, but you definitely know you shot a magnum round.

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Re: Muzzleloader pistol gets it done! [Re: Adchunts] #8023865 10/26/20 10:16 AM
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Good job!

Re: Muzzleloader pistol gets it done! [Re: Adchunts] #8024378 10/26/20 05:09 PM
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That is cool and looks deadly. What the velocity and how do you carry it?


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Re: Muzzleloader pistol gets it done! [Re: jeh7mmmag] #8024510 10/26/20 07:10 PM
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Originally Posted by jeh7mmmag
That is cool and looks deadly. What the velocity and how do you carry it?


Not sure about velocity. I plan to chrono it when I get a chance. I am guessing somewhere around 1300-1400 FPS. Carry is an Uncle Mike’s bandolier style holster. Fortunately it fits the same style as my T/C Encore .44 mag pistol.

Re: Muzzleloader pistol gets it done! [Re: Adchunts] #8024577 10/26/20 08:05 PM
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Thanks,
I have a scoped RSBH .44 w 10.5 inch barrel and have a jury rigged belt holster. Needing something a little more comfortable and convenient. Is the CVA a .44 caliber and barrel length ?


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Originally Posted by jeh7mmmag
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I have a scoped RSBH .44 w 10.5 inch barrel and have a jury rigged belt holster. Needing something a little more comfortable and convenient. Is the CVA a .44 caliber and barrel length ?


.50 caliber with 14” barrel.

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Awesome, congrats!!

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