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Clyde



Number of posts : 393
Age : 65
Location : Delaware
Registration date : 2011-11-27

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PostSubject: CVA MSSOURI   CVA MSSOURI EmptyThu 12 Jan - 20:07

WELL I DID IT FOR 165 FROM DEER CREEK I FIGURED HOW COULD I GO WRONG.  SO FAR IT LOOKS VERY PROMISING.  THE ONLY THING I'M NOT TOW FOUND OF IS THE REAR SIGHT IT IS A SMALL ADJUSTABLE .  THE ISSUE IS THE ELEVATION IS MOSTLY ADJUSTED BY TWO SCREWS AND SLIDING A LITTLE PIECE OF SHEET METAL UP OR DOWN.  ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR A REPLACEMENT IT IS DOVETAILED IN SO ITS NOT A CHEAPIE TWO SCREW SIGHT.

LOOKS LIKE IT WAS MADE IN 1989 IF I CAN GO BY THE SERIAL NUMBER
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JLBSparks



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Age : 62
Location : 37055
Registration date : 2015-03-04

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PostSubject: Re: CVA MSSOURI   CVA MSSOURI EmptyThu 12 Jan - 22:43

I had a CVA Missouri Ranger in the late '80s. Dark brown wood, black furniture. and a rubber butt pad. I don't remember the sights, but I think the twist was 1-66".
I raffled it off at work and bought my CVA Kentucky Hunter. Pissed off my son. He really liked the rubber butt pad. 25+ years later and he still has never bought a gun with a brass buttplate.

    -Joe
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Clyde



Number of posts : 393
Age : 65
Location : Delaware
Registration date : 2011-11-27

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PostSubject: Re: CVA MSSOURI   CVA MSSOURI EmptyFri 13 Jan - 18:18

I may have really lucked out on this one the barrel is at least a 1 in 48 but based on testing with a patch and ramrod could be 1 in 38.  I've never seen a lock like this its a single trigger but everything is protected I hope a good cleaning and lube will help smooth it out.
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