Tag Archives: Rifle

Where to Find Big Bucks for This Muzzleloader Hunting Season

Finding trophy bucks to hunt can be easy. To live long enough to become a trophy buck, all the deer have to do is survive long enough to obtain heavy body weights and large antlers. If you can accept this … Continue reading

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Remember Deer Become Nervous When They Can’t See or Hear the Hunter

I’ve learned over the years that deer see more hunters than hunters see deer. I learned this lesson 30-50 years ago when we put on dog-deer drives in my home state of Alabama. Back then, dog hunting for deer was … Continue reading

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Have Better Deer Hunting This Upcoming Season with Your CVA Rifle By Deciding How to Approach Your Green Field

Planting and hunting green fields can be very effective to concentrate deer and to draw deer from other properties. However, if you don’t create brush tunnels to hide your approach to the green fields, you won’t be as successful as … Continue reading

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Due to the corrosive nature of muzzleloading powders you must make cleaning a top priority as soon after shooting as possible. Neglecting this responsibility will certainly result in a ruined barrel. An important thing to remember is that proper cleaning … Continue reading

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45 Caliber vs. .50 Caliber Muzzleloader Rifles

The .45 caliber muzzleloader is often the preferred rifle of the more-advanced blackpowder hunter, who really understands the effectiveness of that bullet at different ranges. But for some reason, the .45 caliber blackpowder rifles never really have caught-on and become … Continue reading

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Three things to look for when you’re deer hunting with your CVA rifle

According to Bo Pitman, longtime guide and deer-hunting teacher, although there is no surefire way to guarantee a hunter that he will take a deer, he’s have identified some problems that successful hunters have learned to eliminate from their hunt … Continue reading

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Successful Antelope Hunting with Chuck Paddock and Family

    Editor’s Note: Chuck Paddock of Covington, Indiana, is the host of “Open Season TV” on the Pursuit Channel. I took my wife and daughters on an antelope hunt in Gillette, Wyoming. My wife never really had hunted with … Continue reading

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The Hottest New Muzzleloader Rifle on the Market This Year Is from CVA

Many muzzleloader hunters have named the CVA ACCURA Mountain Rifle as the hottest new muzzleloader on the market today. The new ACCURA MR introduced at the 2012 SHOT Show has been a big hit in the muzzleloading industry. The response … Continue reading

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Ben Fleming’s Mule Deer Hunt with His CVA Muzzleloader

Editor’s Note: New to muzzleloading, Ben Fleming recently took a sweet mule deer with his CVA Muzzleloader. My first muzzleloader hunt was a mule deer hunt. I was hunting an encampment in Wyoming right on the Colorado border just west … Continue reading

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The CVA Scout Rifle

The SCOUT is CVA’s first ever center-fire only rifle, but what a rifle it is. Sleek, lightweight and an incredible value for the dollar, the SCOUT sets a new standard for affordable single-shot hunting rifles. All SCOUT barrels are fluted … Continue reading

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