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Old 12-16-2011, 01:33 AM
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i own this cva .54 cal and cant seem to find any manuals on it. when i bought it used i had some info on it. i have only shot it a few times and lost interest. now my son it thinking about hunting with it. its not on the cva recall list. model is mountain traker. would like to get an owners manual to be sure i get the loads right.
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Old 12-16-2011, 05:37 AM
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your best chance maybe to contact CVA


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mountain stalker most likely?

100gr max load with 400gr conical weight limit.

If it is indeed the Mt stalker, 80gr pyrodex rs, .018" patch and .530 round ball shot great out of mine.
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nope its got traker engraved on the barrel. i did email cva though. thanks
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Old 12-21-2011, 01:21 PM
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mountain stalker most likely?

100gr max load with 400gr conical weight limit.

If it is indeed the Mt stalker, 80gr pyrodex rs, .018" patch and .530 round ball shot great out of mine.
guess i'll have to go with mountain stalker owners manual. cva email keeps getting returned. going this week to try to fill my sons tag.
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