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CVA Wolf 209 Magnum Break Action .50 Caliber Muzzleloaders

   

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The world's top-selling break-action muzzleloader returns, with all its original advantages (light weight, compact design, ease of handling). The CVA® Wolf™ is now fitted with CVA's unique no-tools QRBP (Quick Release Breech Plug) for fast loading, and a breeching button in front of the trigger guard for instant 1-touch breaking. Other features include Premium Bergara blued steel barrel with Dead-On™ 1-piece scope mount, 100% ambidextrous stock, reversible hammer spur, and CrushZone® recoil pad. Includes aluminum ramrod. Twist: 1:28''. Barrel length: 24''. Overall stock length: 39" standard or 38" compact. Weight: 6.25 lbs.

  • All the advantages of the original Wolf: light weight, compact design, ease of handling
  • CVA's unique no-tools QRBP (Quick Release Breech Plug)
  • Breeching button in front of the trigger guard for instant one-touch breaking
  • DuraSight® Dead-On  1-piece scope mount
  • 100% ambidextrous stock
  • Reversible hammer spur
  • CrushZone recoil pad
  • Aluminum ramrod
  • Twist: 1:28''
  • Barrel length: 24''
  • Weight: 6.25 lbs.
CVA Wolf 209 Magnum Break Action .50 Caliber Muzzleloaders 4.6 5 5 5
Highly satisfied with rifle I am familiar with CVA products and have been occasionally disappointed. This purchase is not one of those disappointments. I cherish the Wolf rifle that has qualities of easy to clean and a pleasure to accurately shoot. The trigger pull is just right for me and the short barrel/action and relatively light weight make the rifle quick to the shoulder and quick on target. I have only shot paper targets so far but I have every confidence the rifle is a "MEAT GETTER". . April 30, 2013
CVA® Wolf Great gun.. Easy to maintain and shoot.. For the price no better muzzle-loader. A pleasure to shoot!! January 29, 2013
Great buy This gun is super accurate and well made. Bagged my 1st deer with this at 100 yards using the 295 grain powerbelt. The gun is light and compact. Perfect for using in a hunting blind. The kick of the gun does not rough you up that much at all. The gun breaks down easy for cleaning. Remove one screw from the forearm and the rest breaks down like a single shot break action shotgun. You do NOT need a wrench to remove the breech plug! December 25, 2012
Excellent Accuracy - Light Stock Bought this M.L. last year so I've used it 2 seasons. The accuracy is great with 100 grain and CVA sabots. Dropped a large doe facing me with a neck shot at 92yds. My only complaint on this gun is the stock is too light causing it to be barrel heavy. If I put this gun on my shoulder via a sling the gun will spin around 180 and the barrel will be pointed to the ground by my feet. I'm going to try and add weights in the butt of the stock to balance it out. Overall, it's a pain to carry via a sling, but she does what's most important and that's putting the sabot where I aim. December 16, 2012
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between 3 and 5 hundred yards with a good scope and the right load.
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Hi, from the information we have and from the manufacturer, it all depends on what bullet and how accurate the shooter is. I personally would not recommend any shot with a muzzleloader past 200 yards. It all boils down to foot pounds of energy and that honestly has nothing to do with a particular gun. That all comes from the powder and the bullet. Thank you!
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Just bought a CVA Wolf, I can hold them in my fist off a lead sled at 100 yards. I believe this to be a solid 150 yard gun, and with practice I believe it is a 200 yard gun.

That being said, this gun probably won't handle 150 grains of powder as well as a longer gun. I've read that anything over 120 grains for most is not burning in the barrel. I am shooting 100 grains of powder there will be more drop (probably a foot or so) than a gun that will handle the 150 grains of powder. Short barrel of this gun keeps it from burning 150 grains efficiently.

I can't tell you how impressed I am with mine. I almost expected a subpar gun before I shot it. Boy was I wrong.
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Yes it does.
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Hi, thank you for your question. Yes, per the manufacturer model number PR2110M this does have a Bullet Guiding Muzzle.
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Probably so.
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You may need to change the mounts and make sure the scope is rated for a muzzle loader.
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