CVA Wolf vs Optima

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Of course, we’re enablers. It’s an American tradition to help other people spend their money:).
IMHO BH209 is the best way to go, but just about impossible to find right now. With 70 weighed grains a 240 grain XTP in a green crush rib sabot, my Accura MR has made one inch 100 yard groups.
 

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I personally have not seen an optima that didn't shoot well. I have seen some wolf's that didn't and some that did. Not knocking the wolf but the optima is worth the money. Get nitride if you can.
 

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Did you get the one with fiber optic sights or the one piece scope base?
Actually, this has a one piece base but it’s not the one that is one of the options…It had 1” rings but I told the seller he could keep them if he wanted them. I have a 30mm scope I plan on mounting on the rifle…
 

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I did pick up some T/C superglide sabots For .452” bullets… I wanted to try some of the .45 LC and .45acp bullets I have…Anybody try that and what kind of results did you have?
 

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I have a CVA Optima v2 50 LR nitride. I love way this rifle shoot so far. This is my first CVA. My friend has a wolf he likes it. I always shot Remingtons in the pass
 

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