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Author Topic: Giving Up on 20 Gauge CVA Scout  (Read 320 times)

Offline magnumgray

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Giving Up on 20 Gauge CVA Scout
« on: November 01, 2020, 07:03:45 PM »
  These are hard to come by ....they made a few in 2014 ..... I searched for two years and finally found one in a Texas pawn shop ... I love the gun and how it handles .... rifle trigger pull is great and it patterns well with the factory choke .... the problem is I miss having a backup shot .... in the spring I shot at a tom and never drew a feather ... I couldn't get a second shot .... I shot a sapling that was less than a foot from my muzzle.  This fall I missed again when a turkeys head moved quickly .... no time for a follow up shot with the single ...  so I'm going back to the o/u tristar

By the way I shot a fall bird with it last year .... stone dead not a quiver at 40 yds with Browning TSS...
I guess old guys are too slow to shoot single shots ....

I quess it goes to the next gun show ... and doesn't  follow me home
« Last Edit: November 04, 2020, 10:29:14 PM by magnumgray »

Offline walk2slow

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Re: Giving Up on 20 Gauge CVA Scout
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2020, 11:25:40 PM »
How about some pictures of the scout, if you still have it, I have only seen them on The American Way hunting show , on the Pursuit Channel,  there showing the one they use is black and has a
funny looking stock not thumb hole but looks lika a solid rib across the top part, the way they talk there back in production and taking turkeys with them. seems like a good gun for turkeys.

Offline magnumgray

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Re: Giving Up on 20 Gauge CVA Scout
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2020, 03:41:55 PM »

   It has a new owner ..... but looks like a scout .... no thumbhole ..... they may have put a bergara barrel that used to be made on theirs .... there are still 12 gauge barrels around