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New to inlines/muzzleloader

Hey guys im fairly new to muzzleloaders. I was wondering if you guys had any imput on a new muzzleloader. My budget would be about $350 and I would like iron sights with a scope option. If you have any recommendations that would be great thanks.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-06-2019, 02:41 PM
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For that budget I say something like a CVA wolf. I got a really good deal on mine this past black friday. $145 shipped to my door. That was the cheapest I have ever seen them so don't expect that kind of sale all the time. Current price is $209 with cheaper prices to be had. Goodluck! In-lines are more accurate than you would think. They surprised me.
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CVA Wolf, and Traditions could have something in your price range.

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Owned a CVA Optima when they first came out. Fine shooting/serviceable inline for the price.

I see Cabela's has a nice SS model w/scope and case on sale for $419:

https://www.cabelas.com/category/CVA.../319655880.uts

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Thompson Center Impact, there around $200. and you don't have to buy a different breach plug to shoot Blackhorn 209.
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Thanks guys. Much appreciated.

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Buds Gunshop is another online source for inlines below msrp.

The CVA Optima V2 mentioned above is $349 at Buds. I've shopped them before, they're gtg.

https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/...2+break-action
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Buds Gunshop is another online source for inlines below msrp.

The CVA Optima V2 mentioned above is $349 at Buds. I've shopped them before, they're gtg.

https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/...2+break-action
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I have a Traditions Pursuit G4 Ultralight. I think I paid around $320 for it and it came with iron sights. It's a good inline for the price as are many of the others that have been previously mentioned. Best of luck with your adventure into muzzleloading!
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check with midway usa for sales as you dont need an ffl for inlines /muzzleloaders.
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