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Old April 25th, 2016, 12:06 PM   #1
 
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Old April 25th, 2016, 01:40 PM   #2
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Nice! one day I want a traditional style ML
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The CVA Hawken is one of the nicer mass produced rifles. You have a good find that you will enjoy. I saw a well used one at a LGS not long ago and passed on it because of it's neglected bore. I do not believe that these guns are still being produced by CVA. I have my eye out for a good used Lyman Great Plains rifle. It is the Hawken style with steel rather than brass furniture.
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I still have one of those CVA .50 Hawken rifles kicking around. I picked it up back in the day brand new for around 100 bucks. It's been a fun rifle to shoot over the years. I also have a CVA clone of the .44 Colt Walker Revolver. Last I heard CVA was only making in-line percussion rifles, and I don't think it's the same CVA that used to be out of Norcross, Georgia where both my coal burners were from..
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I still have my TC harken.still hunt with it too.

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Also have a TC Renegade in .50 cal with the larger bbl (1" across flats) and with set trigger. Noticeably heavier than the CVA.
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