First Look: CVA Wolf V2 Muzzleloader

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posted on June 1, 2022
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BPI Outdoors/CVA is pleased to announce the Wolf V2 muzzleloader, a re-vamp of its ever popular and affordable Wolf-model muzzleloader. Jason Sebo, CVA’s vice president of sales ales and brand manager said, “When looking at our line of muzzleloaders, we didn’t have a model that focused on youth or small-statured adults. The team felt the Wolf was a perfect model to be flexible for all sizes of shooters.” With that said, the Wolf V2 has a one-inch length of pull and adjustable rubber spacer, which is similar to the CVA Cascade centerfire rifle.

This gun is loaded with features, and equipped with a premium 24-inch barrel made from corrosion-resistant 416 stainless steel with a bullet guiding muzzle. It is an ease to clean with its QRBP (Quick Release Breech Plug). An ambidextrous stock and reversible cocking spur allow flexible use for either right- or left-handed shooters. The Crushzone Recoil pad yields comfort while shooting, and the gun can be purchased with either the DuraSight Dead-On one-piece scope mount, or open fiber-optic sights. It weighs in at a mere 6.5 pounds, making it convenient to carry. For loading, the firearm boasts a solid-aluminum Palmsaver ramrod.

To learn more about the Wolf V2 and other CVA products, go to cva.comMSRP: $255-320

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