CVA Accura Muzzleloading Rifle 50 Caliber #209 Primer Synthetic Thumbhole Stock Black 1 in 28" Twist 27" Fluted Stainless Steel Barrel
Technical Information: CVA Accura Muzzleloading Rifle 50 Caliber Synthetic Thumbhole Stock
- 50 caliber
- 27" Fluted Stainless BERGARA BARREL
- 1:28" Twist Rifling
- Stainless Steel 209 Breech Plug, tool included (this is not the Quick Release Breech Plug)
- DuraSight All Metal Fiber Optic Sights
- Ambidextrous Thumbhole Composite Stock
- CrushZone Recoil Pad & Quake Claw Sling
- Aluminum Extendable Loading Rod
- Cocking Spur
- Drilled and Tapped for Scope Mounts
- 7.3 lbs. Total Weight
- 14.5" length of Pull
- Lifetime Warranty
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