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looking for some inline MZ advise

I am looking for a decent MZ for hunting. What is the best value out in the market now a days. I had a kight 209 and it was awesome. But that gun has been traded a long time ago. looking for a new one now. What are you shooing?

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In PA I would recommend a flintlock.

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I already have a flinter. looking for an inline thanks.

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Re: looking for some MZ advise

I like my CVA, Shoots great, ss barrel ez to clean, VG trigger. Sold my traditions to buy this one. Ist still comes down to cost snd how it feels in your hands.

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Re: looking for some MZ advise

gqt three cva and love every one the optima is a little heavy though
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Re: looking for some MZ advise

I have a Traditions Pursuit and love it! I also have an Omega which is a good shooter as well
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Re: looking for some MZ advise

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I already have a flinter. looking for an inline thanks.
Sorry I missed that part. Best advice is get a stainless model.

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Re: looking for some MZ advise

Cabelas has a Traditions set up on sale for under 400.00. Looks kinda nice but I never shot one of there guns. Spainish made guns right?

CVA has the hand twist breech block and I like that alot!

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Re: looking for some MZ advise

CVA Optima or CVA Wolf, check out cabelas, they are on sale.
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Re: looking for some MZ advise

Dunhams had CVA Optimas on sale over Christmas, stainless with black synthetic thumbhole stock and scope for 300.

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