CVA® Accura® V2 209 Magnum .50 - cal. Break Action Camo Muzzleloader with Scope Mount

Item # WX2-214418

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CVA® Accura® V2 209 Magnum .50 - cal. Break Action Camo Muzzleloader with Scope Mount. The next generation of the classic original!

The original Accura® set the benchmark for precision performance in a break-action muzzleloader for its blend of accuracy, comfortable feel and all-weather reliability. Now, it makes its triumphant return with a whole host of improvement to take your hunt to new heights!

It starts with the new premium custom Bergara barrel, now recognized as one of the most accurate production barrels in the world. Made from the highest-grade 416 stainless, and measuring in at an optimal 27" in length, it provides just the right combination of balance, maneuverability and efficient powder burn. And that's just one of the many improvements... check out the rest, right here:
  • Ambidextrous solid composite stock with Realtree® APG&trade camo pattern
  • Bergara 27" fluted 416 stainless barrel with Bullet Guiding Muzzle&trade, 1:28" twist rifling
  • Quick Release Breech Plug - the only plug on the market you can remove after firing using only your fingers
  • Stock and forestock have been upgraded with SoftTouch coating and rubber grip panels for comfortable, secure shooting in any weather
  • Breeching lever is built into the trigger guard, making it one of the easiest-opening muzzleloaders anywhere
  • Integrated scope mount
  • CrushZone® recoil pad softens the shock
  • Drilled and tapped for scope mounts
  • Quake® Claw® sling
  • 14 1 / 2 " length-of-pull
  • 42" long overall. Weighs 7 lbs., 6 ozs. Backed by CVA® lifetime warranty.

Action Camo Muzzleloader with Scope Mount

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    love it but you should list the size of the scope rings that come with the gun so you can purchase the right size scope I got lucky and it was the right size.
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