New for 2021: CVA Paramount Pro

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posted on January 29, 2021
American Hunter Digital Associate Editor David Herman takes the new CVA Paramount Pro muzzleloader to the range. Sporting a muzzle brake to tame its stiff kick, the rifle propels its 50-caliber projectile to high enough velocities for a kill shot out beyond 300 yards. This is due in no small part to its Variflame adapter, which allows the shooter to use large-rifle primers for a quick and consistent ignition.
Paramount Pro on white

For more information on the Paramount Pro, which comes with a Grayboe Fiberglass Stock and a TriggerTech trigger, check out the video above, or visit cva.comMSRP: $1667.95

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