SHOT Show 2019: CVA Cascade Bolt-Action Hunting Rifle

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posted on January 30, 2019
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For nearly 50 years now CVA has been providing customers with quality muzzle loading and big-bore single-shot rifles at fair prices. This year the company is stepping into the bolt-action market for the first time with its new Cascade series of center-fire rifles.



This rifle features a 22” 4140 carbon steel barrel with a matte blue finish, a threaded barrel, and it's compatible with all two-piece scope mounts for the Savage 110 AccuTrigger models, which are readily available at most sporting goods stores. The 70-degree bolt provides for smooth, quick operation and plenty of scope clearance. The flush-fit, four round magazine is detachable for easy loading and additional magazines will be available from CVA.

The fiber-glass reinforced synthetic stock is charcoal gray finish and sports a SoftTouch finish for a secure grip in harsh weather conditions. Use the removable spacer to adjust the length of pull and take advantage of the second front mounted sling swivel stud to attach a bipod without having to detach the shoulder sling. 

The Cascade is launching with a suggested retail prices of $566.95 with the first short-action hunting caliber options including .308 Win., 7mm-08 Rem. and 6.5 Creedmoor. Long action calibers are slated for a 2020 release.

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