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joeytiger
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CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex

Is the Apex really worth the extra money, or should I buy the Stalker. I have the money for either, just curious if anyone has information about the differences in the two besides the look.


BarDTiger81
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
What caliber you looking at? I like the Elite Stalker.


hogdaddy
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harvey
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
Here a link to a list of different 35 whelen Rifles.

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From what I see the Apex is over all shorter.


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joeytiger
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
35 whelen or 45-70. Haven't decided yet. Read a lot of reviews siting problems with the 35 whelen (stalker) when grouping at 100 and 200 yards.


BarDTiger81
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
I have heard of no problems but I would recommend the 35.


GREENHEAD22
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
Do they not offer the scout in 444?


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hogdaddy
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I have the Elite Stalker in 35 Whelen and I had no problems with site in at + 2 inches at 100 yards. then shoot at 200 yards and be right on center.

also am using Horndy 200gr with a Nikon Pro staff 3x9x50 scope.


hogdaddy
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harvey
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The problems I did hear about were because the scope mount people were using was moving because there were not screw on tight. Cva now includes the scope mount with the rifle to solve this problem.
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GREENHEAD22
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
Would yal recommend the 444 or the 35?


joeytiger
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
Would yal recommend the 444 or the 35?

Good question. I wouldn't be opposed to getting a 444 if its the better of the 35 or 45-70. Consensus seems to be stalker 35 whelen.


hogdaddy
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harvey
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
It come down to a person choice.

444 is a flat shooting bullet
35 Whelen is very close to shooting a 30.06 as far as ballistics


joeytiger
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
Next question, best place to buy the stalker in 35 whelen near Baton Rouge. I'll probably get the black and stainless or the camo and stainless.


JAB528
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
My uncle got one from academy 2 weeks ago.


joeytiger
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
Ok thanks


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hogdaddy
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
I don't know about Baton Rouge, but if you take ride to new Orleans . Puglia's sporting goods



GREENHEAD22
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35 Whelen is very close to shooting a 30.06 as far as ballistics



Damn never knew that, thought it was more like an older 30-30. You can use the 35W during smoke pole season.


BarDTiger81
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
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35 Whelen is very close to shooting a 30.06 as far as ballistics


This

quote:

You can use the 35W during smoke pole season.


Yep


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hogdaddy
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harvey
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
Copy from LWF website

Effective with the 2012-2013 Louisiana hunting season, the following firearms are legal for use during the primitive firearm deer season:

1. Rifles or pistols, .44 caliber minimum, or shotguns 10 gauge or smaller, all of which must load exclusively from the muzzle or cap and ball cylinder, use black powder or approved substitute only, take ball or bullet projectile only, including saboted bullets, including primitive firearms known as “in line” primitive firearms, and

2. Single shot, breech loading rifles, .35 caliber or larger having an exposed hammer that uses metallic cartridges loaded either with black powder or modern smokeless powder. All of the above may be fitted with magnified scopes.

 


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4LSU2
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
I think I like the Elite Stalker.


unclejhim
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re: CVA Elite Stalker vs CVA Apex
I just purchased the CVA Elite Stalker from Louques Firearms in Gramercy. Check his ad. on La. Sportsman.Sighted in Sunday using 200 grain Hornady. No compliant's. I'm on my way to the camp in a couple hours.


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