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PostSubject: Howdy for Northeast Oregon   April 24th 2015, 7:25 pm

Been lurking he for a few weeks ,Found this site threw you tube vids watching anything and every thing CVA ,New to Muzzle loaders but not gun stuff or hunting ,,Made the decision to buy a muzzle loader when the place I  Elk hunt on has good access for my disability's for hunting ,,Last year I called in 9 bulls for my Wife during archery season ,,We are meat hunters not the Trophy type that many have become ,,The muzzle loader will give us the chance for one antlerless elk ,,cant eat them horns ,,, Name is Robert ,Ole is name of a old salmon poacher that I knew back in 78 ,,great guy the Indians hated him on the Columbia River near Mosier Oregon ,, I worked there never lived there and wasn't involved in  any illegal activates With Ole or his wife ,,Well had Dinner with them couple time maybe ,,Salmon steak if I remember ,,
 Yes I did just today get my new CVA Accura V2 northwest addition plus the deluxe cleaning kit ,,Gonna try ,HOG Trip 7 2f  TC Maxi-hunter 275 gr 50 cal ,gonna start at 90 gr of power ,,I did pickup a scope mount and installed it for ,,,LEARING PURPOSE'S ONLY ,, .
  I fig it will help me to learn with what iam used to then pull the scope and go with a Williams peep site ,,  Can someone give me the part number to it please ,, see a bunch of them ,they don't say they will fit ,,Ok I have just more words on this post than all day ,,Thanks for all the help from reading the threads ,,You guys have been great ,,
thank you Robert ,,, Ole Hunter ,,Great guy from Arkansas,,, Would put in 3 different kinds of chew-n tobacco ,,, and talk all day ,,,
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PostSubject: Re: Howdy for Northeast Oregon   April 24th 2015, 7:40 pm

Welcome to the forum Robert.  While I can't answer your specific needs someone with the proper knowledge soon will & my guess is that it will be Jon (Frontier Gander) the admin of the site. 

Greg

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PostSubject: Re: Howdy for Northeast Oregon   April 24th 2015, 8:14 pm

Welcome to the forum.

Here's the inexpensive Williams peep. I've owned it, and it works good. Bolts right onto the rear scope holes. More options if you don't like this one.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/715669/williams-wgrs-cva-guide-receiver-peep-sight-cva-rifles-with-round-barrel-and-winchester-x-150-muzzleloaders-aluminum-black

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PostSubject: Re: Howdy for Northeast Oregon   April 24th 2015, 9:06 pm

Thank you ,, I seen that one and thought it was it but just wasn't sure ,,Iam gonna play with the gun with a Nikon scope on it for a awhile just getting used to it ,,Gosh and cant remember how long ago I shot with open sights ,,that will take some getting used to ,,But the gun does feel good while having it shouldered up ,,,Thank you Robert
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PostSubject: Re: Howdy for Northeast Oregon   April 24th 2015, 10:34 pm

I'd go with the Williams peep or the Truglo ghost ring sights. They both come with a screw assortment for different brand muzzle loaders.

You'll enjoy that V2! They are a damn solid rifle.

Welcome to the forum as well!

Jonathan
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PostSubject: Re: Howdy for Northeast Oregon   April 24th 2015, 11:51 pm

Thank you Just did a search and like the ghost rings ,,Any advantage this 50 + man can,, get,, I will take it .I do have a pretty awesome wife that lets me buy stuff like that, Hey its for hunting ,,will be her reply ,,She bought me a new bow the last 2 years and I still get arrows stuck in the side of the shop,from missing the target ,,She's a great shot with a bow 50 yards 5 arrows in a paper plate ,,look out elk ,,,
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