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I started using this for the range cuz its cheap. Works fine in my Russian mosin nagant 91/30. If your new to the mosin nagant from the 1940`s then you may experience some issues but this is not the ammo. I have put 200+ rounds through mine no problem. If empty shells are not extracting, check the extractor on the bolt, this is usually the issue. I spent a lot of time firing and customizing, fine tuning my mosin with success. Throughout this, this ammo has performed great and never have had a dud. Cheers.
For price and performance, you just can't beat this ammo, unless you reload or are hung-up on shooting shiny brass cartridges. I have fired hundreds of these in my Mosin without any mishaps whatsoever. In fact, it seems to chamber and eject with smoother/easier bolt operation than brass ammo costing twice as much. It is clean, doesn't smoke, and is packaged so that it takes up less room in pockets, cans, or range bags. Now, I rarely shoot it beyond 100 yards, don't measure any ballistics, and ... only use it to punch holes in paper, but for affordable fun shooting it is hard to beat.
I have owned two of the Power Muff Quads (have same plastic band) and both broke (once in a back pack, once in a turkey vest). I love the product and DIY fixed mine w my daughters read band and Gorilla Duct Tape. Use caution but I would still buy product. No better alternative for the $.
Ive used these several times since I purchased them. They are pretty decent for the price. Only negative is there is no batter cover. They work great at blocking out noise.
Bought this gun to update from my old Knight wolverine, and right out of the box it was in the bulls eye at 50 yards. Mine came with a factory mounter Konus scope and in 6 shots 2 at 50, and 4 at 100, the site in was done at 1 inch high at 100 yards using a weighed 90 grains of Blackhorn 209 and Hornady light drag 250 grain sabots. I can honestly say i love this rifle.
Got this firearm as a Christmas present, and I am sold on the CVA product line! Takes a little getting used to, but the learning curve was short and not uncomfortable at all. I was impressed that out of the box shot grouping at 50 yards fell within a shells diameter. Needed about 2.5" high at 50 yards to shoot dead on at 150 yards. Done within 10 shots!! Looking forward to field testing next weekend!!
I have owned a CVA Wolf for several years. Mine is nickel plated barrel. The gun is accurate, easy to clean and fun to shoot. CVA guns have great barrels and like all my guns, when new, are checked to make sure all the screws are tight. I usually use thread lock on them as vibrations will work them loose otherwise. Too many think they have no need to check a new gun or properly care for it. Any gun should be checked, cleaned and properly oiled before use.
I've only had this gun a short time. I have found it to be much lighter than a traditional muzzle loader, and definitely more accurate, especially with the added scope versus the front "vertical bar" sight, and with the easy out breach plug, a lot easier to clean. Make sure you read the directions before use, if you have never owned a muzzle loader, particularly an in-line. It does come with a lubricated breach plug but does say to add bore grease to it. Also make sure to use the recommended ... bullets and primers such as the powerbelts and the 209's; upgrade if you can; don't skimp on a few bucks. The powerbelts copper series shoots best for me. (Each gun is different). For the gun, scope, and case package, it's a great value. I recommend it!
I purchased this rifle with Traditions scope. One of the three set screws of the scope mount became loose,I guess from sighting it in. I put some lock tite on it and resighted it in and next time out harvested a buck from 60 yards and the shot was right on target. If I didn't have scope mount issue I would rate it a 5.
I baught this a month ago and I am happy I did.It is a good pirce and the sights are very clear and good.
We bought this for our oldest and grandson and he could't be more happy with it. He says it is light in weight and shoots true.
Perfect for 50 caliber barrel .Good value. Do the job.
Shoots straight, haven't lost a deer yet. I'll carry it all of deer season, till I shoot a deer with it, then switch to my 270
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