the only problem is you still would only have a cva no matter how many you purchase. Buy a tc rifle and be happy!
throw your money away on a t/c and then try to get help from their company when they need it lol
it is ignorance that i find amusing here....1 cva is still better than 10 overpriced t/c s!!!
get a life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol.. and yes I would still have a cva because comon sense dictates that I spend my hard earned money in a frugal manner, I think you are very bored and need some kind of life maybe.
have a great day and if you need to respond to this, sorry but I will not be back here again. just saw this article in passing..
Last edited by Unregistered; 04-13-2011 at 03:46 PM.
Thanks Muley, you took care of it. I really didn't know anything about the blow back fouling issue that has been raised here. I think I may have been lucky over the years and not got a sloppy fit ML. Don't really know.
No HM, When they post as Guests or Unregistered users apparently they aren't aware there's a computer feature called an IP Address.
it's a really great addressing feature produced by each computer on the internet, it kind of works like a home mailing address for IP locators.
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Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the outcome of the vote.
i owned the omega, mine had blow back. Not all guns from the same company will be the same as yours.
You know the saying., What works for yours, may not work in mine.
Stop being so biased FG, I have two diffrent rifles both TC one is an older model and does have blow back. But the omega does not and I also know several other people to attest to this fact. Your post here to correct a problem YOU think is a problem simply attests to the fact that cva is just not up to TC's standards of quality. Seeing as you have some type of affiliation with cva I am sure there will be some kind of lame excuse why this is so.