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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-16-2014, 11:52 PM Thread Starter
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Which Inline

I'm looking to get a new inline. I want a stainless barrel, camo thumhole stock. I've shot both T/C and CVA's and both worked well.

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My T/C Encore performs flawlessly. I have not shot the CVA. I shoot the Encore in several rifle and pistol calibers as well.

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CVA Optima V2 or Accura V2
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I have had a TC omega and now a CVA optima, both work great
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Re: Which Inline

I have owned a number of different inlines from Knight, TC, and CVA. I have an Encore, and a CVA Optima V2. For the money, the best choice right now is the Optima V2. Compared to the Encore, it's lighter, has a better trigger, a better stock shape, just as accurate, and costs about half as much.
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Re: Which Inline

Was looking for the exact same gun this time last year. I went with Traditions Vortek Ultralight. Shoots good. Only drawback ive found is that in order for the ram rod to be long enough to load your charge, the last 6inches needs unscrewed , reversed, and screwed back in. Not sure if you could leave it in place like this and shoot as the ram rod would stick out about 4 inches longer than your barrel.

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I've owned CVA and T/C's. The only ones left at home are the T'C's. I'd buy an Omega if I were you....

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If I were buying a new one, I'd probably get the LHR Redemption. The breech plug setup looks pretty attractive.
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Try one with a flint. They are very rewarding to shoot.
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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-27-2014, 07:59 PM
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Re: Which Inline

+1 sparkchaser... Then you can also try and fill those tags in late season. That buck tag becomes a doe or buck after rifle season.

If an inline is just like a flintlock why don't you get a flintlock so you can hunt more seasons?
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