CVA's Cascade is the company's first bolt-action centerfire rifle. Long the leader in both muzzle-loading rifles and single-shot centerfires, CVA has built what may be the best bolt-action on the market at $600 or below. The 22-inch barrel is finished in Graphite Black Cerakote and the soft-touch synthetic stock is finished in Realtree's Hillside camo. The threaded muzzle is fitted with a muzzle brake. The bolt features a 70-degree throw for smooth and fast operation plus generous scope clearance. The two-position safety is located for natural operation. Loading is a breeze with its 4-round flush fit detachable magazine. The buttstock has adjustable length-of-pull by way of a removable spacer, making the CASCADE an ideal gun for youths, small-statured adults or even the full-sized hunter who needs a short stock to accommodate heavy winter clothing. Dual front swivel studs allow for the use of both a sling and a bi-pod. Scoping up the CASCADE is a breeze with the attached 2-piece mounts.
|Manufacturer Part Number||CR3983|
|Camo Pattern||Realtree Hillside|
Hunter and Andrew sit down with a local hero. Ricky Davidson has been long-range shooting and reloading for most of his life. Getting rifles to shoot is one of his talents. To do that, he needs to sight in or zero these rifles, which he has done hundreds if not thousands of times.
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