CVA Northwest Muzzleloader

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posted on January 16, 2014
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Muzzleloader hunters face different regulations depending on what part of the country they live. CVA has figured out away to accommodate those differences with a new line of muzzleloaders.

The Northwest Break-Action muzzleloader has an exposed, quick-release breach plug, and comes in three price-range options with the Accura, Wolf and Optima models. It is an ambidextrous gun that features the fiber-optic sights and the palm saver that CVA owners have come to expect. For more information, go to CVA.com.

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