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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-31-2016, 01:17 AM Thread Starter
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CVA Accura MR vs. T/C Triumph

Aside from the costs, is there any major difference between the two? Accuracy? I'm in the market for an inline, but not sure where to begin. I've shot a flintlock for years and love it (T/C renegade). Is the T/C Triumph really worth almost $800 over the CVA Accura which is what, $650???

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-04-2016, 11:14 AM
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You can get the Accura MR on sale for 450 and full price for 500 at Cabelas without a scope .....I have no experience with the Triumph but I think TC quality has dropped overall since they got bought out ......I'm going to get the MR myself before next season I've done a lot of research and all the reviews are great.....I even read about a group of Ohio hunters that all traded in their TC Encores on the MR
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I have CVA Optima and TC Encore inlines. The CVA is much better, a lot more accurate.

Go with the CVA.

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I had a Triumph. Great shooter, but what I didn't like was that when you closed the action, it didn't just lock itself shut, you had to pull up on the trigger guard to latch it. (one more thing to remember if trying to do a quick reload for a second shot). I now have a CVA and it shuts and latches just like a single shot or double shotgun

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Really?

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I had a Triumph. Great shooter, but what I didn't like was that when you closed the action, it didn't just lock itself shut, you had to pull up on the trigger guard to latch it. (one more thing to remember if trying to do a quick reload for a second shot). I now have a CVA and it shuts and latches just like a single shot or double shotgun
I second the good accuracy of the Triumph and as far as a second shot with a muzzleloader????? Forget about it!
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