New CVA Paramount Pro

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    Sneak peak of the new CVA Paramount Pro. Greyboe Outlander stock, Trigger Tech Trigger and Cerakote.

     
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    Whoop, there it is!
     
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    Jump to 11min if you want to skip to the Pro.
    $1500 MSRP
     
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    The barrel will also be threaded as well. The barreled action will have the nitride and cerakote. If any of that matters to anyone. Should be around $1,300 retail? I’ll wait for the pro and shoot it as is. You start messing with things and you void the warranty. Been there done that. If something’s not right CVA will take care of you. They are 35 minute drive from me and I have a good buddy who works for them as well.
     
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    And you get 2 stocks with the way i posted. No machining is done to the base Paramount. Its unaltered, you just have a far superior LRMP than those Variflames that leak badly. They are nothing new and failed terribly with guys modifying other highend MLs. The B14 HMR stock is pushing $400 if bought on its own.
     
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    A threaded barrel/brake on a muzzleloader? HAHAHAHAHA!!!!
     
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    Ive seen plenty of them on custom muzzleloaders. When you start shooting loads making over 3500fpe at the muzzle you will be glad you had one. The guy setting next to you at the range though will hate your guts.
     
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    If I ever got there, I'd just take my M107. :) Now that needs the muzzle brake.
     
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    Cut the weight of that M107 by 1/3rd and the energy by 1/3rd and you pretty much have what lots of guys are shooting in long range custom builds. They kick and can kick pretty hard. Burn 90+ grains of BH209 by weight sometime behind a 300gr bullet in a 10lb rifle. Ive shot a load pretty close to that in my Super DISC. It thumps ya a little. T-Rex MZ type brakes bring felt recoil way down.

    That brake pic they showed looks super similar to a T-Rex MZ brake.
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    It's actually the Grayboe Terrain Stock, $359 – $384.

    https://grayboe.com/shop/terrain/



    I'd be happy with the Ridge stock and the 2" shorter barrel, for less money than the original. Don't need the TT trigger either, although they are very nice. The standard CVA triggers are excellent.

    Still rather have the fast twist .45 in the Accura MR.
     
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    Ouch. My shoulder throbs just thinking about it. More power to you guys who can shoot that accurately and don't develop a flinch.

    On a side note, I wonder if they will ever offer this with a thumbhole stock.
     
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    Any Rem700 stock with a large enough barrel channel fits....take your pick.
     
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    sooo, approx $500 more for same barrel/action. give ya the better trigger. but, (unless I missed something, way possible, by the way!) What I am seeing is same gun, different stock, better trigger. Is this worth 500 more? Comments/
     
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    I got a blackhorn.smoker that burns 140grV with 275gr bullet that i braked . At under 7lbs scoped it will STILL clear your sinuses !!! Id be more than happy to unscrew that brake for ya and let you Ride The Bull ......
     
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    I’m with you on the mr.however I can’t wait and I am going to buy the ultra lite in 45 fast twist tomorrow during the Veterans Day sale, got the the email. 40 percent off. That should be a great little gun
     
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    Boy wont it !!!!
     
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    Well, what a juggernaut you are. We're talking about a .45 caliber, mass produced muzzleloading rifle here. Please...

    Unlike you, and your ilk, who like to shoot firearms that are unnecessarily punishing to one's body, for whatever reason you all choose to do so, I don't personally feel that need or have that desire. I have personally fired enough rounds, in enough firearms/weapon systems/platforms, etc., to make what I believe to be an informed decision for myself not to do so, but thank you for your offer, nonetheless.

    It's my opinion that it is ridiculous to have a muzzle brake on this rifle, as are many other things, like the content of your post. I, however, understand that you are entitled to your opinion as well, and I am glad you feel more secure in yourself choosing to shoot a rifle that will "clear your sinuses." I am also glad that this forum offers you the ability to prove to others your ability to deliberately submit yourself to, and tolerate, excessive recoil. Well done.

    That said, I would respectfully request you take a quick moment to contemplate how it sounds to tell people you knowingly own and shoot a rifle that will "clear your sinuses."

    Please keep in mind that my original post you quoted was about the rifle, not you all that choose to shoot ridiculously punishing rifles for whatever purposes you choose. Thanks for the offer to "Ride the Bull," but I will respectfully decline your offer.

    Now, back to the rifle...
     
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    Lol , i didn't think so.....
    Better buy one now before they "corrupt it"
     
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