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CVA Cascade #8399501 09/27/21 05:39 PM
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I've been trying to find a reason not to buy any more guns and have failed miserably. I was searching online for 7mm-08 ammo and reloading components for my grandson's rifle. This happened to show up in one of those online searches and I started researching it and it seems to be a solid rifle. The barrel is Cerakoted, 1:9.5 twist, built by Begara and the trigger right out of the box is as light and crisp as any trigger I have ever pulled. CVA has an MOA guarantee so if I do my part it should shoot well. The synthetic stock is fiberglass reinforced and done in Veil camo. I am starting to work up a load with Hornady 139 grain Interlock BTSP bullets and see if this thing shoots as good as it looks.
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I bet it will shoot.

Your grandson will be proud.


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