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WHICH ONE TO BUY

LOOKING AT CVA OR TRADITIONS OR T/C WHICH ONE TO BUY, ANY RECOMMENDATIONS, THANKS

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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 01-21-2016, 08:00 PM
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Flintlock???

Lyman or a nice clean used TC. (Dont know that you can find a new one without taking out a loan)

RMC is another option. If I was buying a flintlock and not buying a custom it'd probably be an RMC with double triggers...but that's just me...

I own an TC Hawken. I love it...I've piled up a lot of deer with it over the passed 12 years or so...but the lock is the heart of a flintlock and RMC probably has the best lock out of the box IMO...
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I had to delete my post because I didn't realize your looking for an inline. I can't help you there. I never shot one and never intend to.
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Re: WHICH ONE TO BUY

I've owned several- 2 TC's, a Knight, a Marlin (no longer made), and a CVA.
Of the current crop, I like the CVA Optima V2. I've taken a couple deer with mine. Compared to my TC Encore, the CVA is at least as accurate, has a better trigger, is lighter, and cosrs about half as much.

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Traditions seems to be on the cutting edge of new features just about every year.I,d give them a long hard look.Marlin,s was a T/C Diamond.
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You should look at turning off your CAPS LOCK

Can't help you with the inline, though.

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Check out the CVA Accura MR
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I went to buy a T&C but after talking to the salesman he pointed me toward Traditions and CVA. He said they shoot just as well and cost less. He did say if it was going to become my primary gun then invest in the T&C but in my case it was not. I ended up with CVA Accura and no regrets. My cousin and brother-in-law both shoot CVAs so I just went with that in case I needed to borrow anything if an issue arose while at camp.
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