Category Archives: muzzleloader

Why would I need to change my Quick Release Breech Plug in my CVA Muzzleloader

I was asked to post an article recently at The World Hunting Club on “How to change your QRBP (Quick Release Breech Plug)?“. The question came up “Why would I need to change my QRBP?” and so we decided to … Continue reading

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CVA Pro Chad Schearer’s 6 Tips to Start Kids Muzzleloader Hunting

1) Start a child with a .22 rifle at first, since a .22 has no recoil and doesn’t make too-much noise. This way a child gets accustomed to shooting, aiming and squeezing the trigger. Within a few shots, he or … Continue reading

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7 Tips for Successful Elk Hunts with Outdoor Writer John E. Phillips

An elk hunt, whether on private land or public land, is a very-expensive proposition if you’re headed from the East going to the West. These tips will help you better prepare to take the elusive bugling bulls of the high … Continue reading

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Two more tips for hunting Elk on public land

Editor’s Note: Since Alaska’s elk season begins in August, and Colorado’s muzzleloader elk season starts in September, you need to prepare now by learning as much information as you can about elk.  Tip 1) Use Hunting Pressure as an Advantage: I … Continue reading

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Tony Smotherman’s Quick Draw Blackpowder Buck

Editor’s Note: Tony Smotherman, the host of Travelin’ Hunter™ TV show, which will begin airing the end of June on the Sportsman Channel on Sunday nights at 9:30 pm, is a CVA pro and a veteran TV personality. Back in … Continue reading

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GPS Receivers Equal More Bucks Each Season for CVA Muzzleloading Hunters

A hand-held Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver can help you bag a buck every season with your CVA Muzzleloader. These navigation devices, introduced to the market about two decades ago, can put you in position to take the bucks other … Continue reading

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Stalking And Still Hunting for Big Deer In High-Pressure Areas With Your CVA Rifle or Muzzleloader

On a hunt, my brother Archie and I stalked 75-yards apart through a hardwood bottom. He and I had used this technique before with repeated success. One of us would spook the deer to send it running in front of … Continue reading

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How a GPS Receiver Solves Deer Hunting’s Biggest Problem for CVA Muzzleloading Hunters

When a hunter takes a shot, and the buck leaves the area, the hunter may get lost when he attempts to follow the deer, or the blood trail. I become lost most easily when I have to blood trail a … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of Stalking and Still Hunting for Bucks with your CVA Rifles And Muzzleloaders

If you follow a few basic principles, you’ll find stalking an effective means of hunting with your CVA rifles and muzzleloaders:   * Change your mindset, and slow down. In most areas of life, we believe the faster we go, the … Continue reading

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The World Hunting Club Explains Why They Decided To Give Away CVA Muzzleloaders

Michael Clay is the creator of www.worldhuntingclub.com. “The World Hunting Club is an online network for hunters,” Clay explains. We’ve tried to design it similar to Facebook and make it a fun place for hunters to gather, seek and give … Continue reading

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