Smokeless Muzzleloader, cva hunter

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    For sale virtually brand new converted cva hunter. I have roughly 20 rounds through it. I converted it to be my "carry" gun during shotgun season. Absolutely nothing wrong with the gun or barrel. Selling to help build another bolt SML gun. $475 bare gun or $625 with the Nikon prostaff 5. any questions feel free to ask.

    Sorry I cannot figure out pics. text or call 563 212 5337 if intrested. thanks
     
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    Forgot to mention it has a 209 primer system.
     
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    Great gun here guys. Nice and light for long walks. Good gun for young hunters also. Smokeless ML.
     
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    That’s cheap for smokeless! What kinda range is that fairly accurate out to?
     
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    They say most break action SMLs effective range is around 350yds. Im sure with some load work and practice, you can stretch it a bit further.
     
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    With the Hunter and Scout, using the 209 primer set up with 60 gr of IMR 4198 will be about 2350 fps with a 275 gr bullet, that is what I get out of my Scout, and a friend does also.
    A solid 300 yard guns, and VERY cheap and accurate set up for just getting your feet into Smokeless shooting.
     
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    Excellent deal here. If I didn't already have a Scout conversion I would be all over this one. Does it come with the scope base/rings?
     
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    it does come with the factory base and rings! probably the cheapest smokeless ML you could find anywhere.
     
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    Man I really wish I was in the market for a new muzzy.. I would jump on this in a heartbeat. At this point in time, it wouldn't be smart.
     
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    what's Brantley Gilbert say. "ask forgiveness before ya ask permisson"!;)
     
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    come on guys! youth season starts this weekend! ya kidding me! You can't build a SML cheaper than what this is priced at! and a $300+ scope included? come on!
     
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    DependIng on the load and the accuracy but around 300 yds as your ft/lbs will be under 1000 much past 300
     
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    Did u buy LHA? Sold?
     
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    Yup! Looking forward to it! Not so much the added yardage as much as not having the smoke and increased accuracy is always nice. I still like the challenge of getting as close as possible on shots
     
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    messed up that reply.
     
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    200 grain sst going 2600 fps. is just over 3000ft/lbs. A 30-06 is around 2700ft/lbs. Not sure how fast it drops off. But under 1k at 300 just doesent seem right. Any one on here good at math gooder? haha
     
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    yeah, 275gr bullet @ 2550 FPS carries over 1K ft-lbs past 500 yards. But wind drift gets really rough past 300.
     
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    I see 923 ft/lb @ 300 using your figures. (200 grain bullet @ 2600) Guessed at bc depending what bullet you shooting
     
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