Some things dont change.. Even when you take a few days off..
FG still shouting CVA'S praises because they mail him free stuff to try out..
And all the old guys still standing by what they have used for years.. Because they still work for them..
When folks ask me now what a good ML is I just say "Anything other than a CVA will get the job done." I know a cva will get the job done too I just say that to counter all of FG's high praises!
BF, I think we can all see the damage FrontierGander is doing to cva brand muzzleloaders with all his "in your face" posts but I dont think he sees it that way.
If someones looking for a muzzleloader and doesnt know what to look for, I've always given them info on all muzzleloader brands and the option of choosing whichever one they want for themselves
But now,,, and I hate to say it but,,, I think FrontierGander has slammed us all with so much negative info on cva's that even I will be hesitant to direct a new shooter/hunter to a cva brand.
We've all seen FG's posts on how he has to modify each muzzleloader he shoots to get it to shoot 1/2 way decent, sometimes even going as far as having to alter the manufacturers design which I think is totally absurd and puts himself and others in danger.
And now thanks to FG, I won't feel comfortable recommending a cva muzzleloader knowing it's going to be a shooter/hunters nightmare that requires a person to have a masters degree in weaponry but being the fair person that I am, I'm sure I'll still mention the cva brand, I'll just be sure to explain that a cva brand would be my last choice now.
FYI, FG, I don't know how you're affilliated with cva but for the sake of their company I hope they review and adjust you're marketing approach to their muzzleloaders. I think you're doing them more harm than good.