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Old 04-21-2014, 08:42 PM
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I sent in my CVA .50cal Apollo Classic and they promptly replaced it with a CVA Kodiak Pro Magnum in .50cal with #209 primer, stainless barrel, synthetic camo stock. Call first to verify your serial nuber is part of the recall. Took probably 3-4 weeks to get the new gun back. It is a wonderful gun to shoot and I have never had any issues with it. It says you can use 3 50gr pellets but I stick to 90-95grains of loose powder.
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Old 04-22-2014, 06:22 AM
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is this a "NEW" recall or the continued CVA recall of All in-lines with serial numbers that end with the numbers 95 or 96?

this following is the 95-96 notice from CVA's website.




CVA VOLUNTARY RECALL NOTICE:


In August 1997 CVA implemented a Voluntary Recall of In-Line rifle models with serial numbers ending in -95 and -96. If you have a CVA In-Line model with such a serial number, DO NOT USE OR ALLOW ANYONE ELSE TO USE THE GUN. If you have one of these rifles, please call CVA immediately at 770-449-4687 for complete details and a free replacement gun. Example serial numbers: 61-13-XXXXXX-95 or 61-13-XXXXXX-96.


In May 1999 Blackpowder Products, Inc. purchased the assets of Connecticut Valley Arms, Inc. and now operates under the trade name of Connecticut Valley Arms and/or CVA. Any claims relating to the above described Voluntary Recall should be addressed to Connecticut Valley Arms, Inc., not Blackpowder Products, Inc. Blackpowder Products, Inc. assumes no liability for any products manufactured prior to January 1, 1998.
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looking at CVA's website I would say this is the same recall no mention of any others on there
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