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JoeJoeW
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Member since Jan 2017
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CVA Cascade Rifle
Just bought a CVA Cascade in 6.5CM for my 14 y/o. He picked it over a Ruger, Savage, etc. Anyone have experience with this rifle. It seems pretty nice for the price ($600)...


Eli Goldfinger
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Member since Sep 2016
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re: CVA Cascade Rifle
I honestly thought CVA just made muzzleloaders.

I think they’re a Spanish company these days.


auggie
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Opelika, Alabama
Member since Aug 2013
20463 posts

re: CVA Cascade Rifle
Maybe Columbian? It seems like it was them, that made a Nylon 66 copy that I saw a few years ago.

No that wasn't right, I looked it up, that was a brzilian company called CBC.
Reading about CVA it looks like they are owned by Bergara and built in Bergara, Spain. I guess The CVA Bolt action rifles are meant to be economy versions?
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GoneFishing21
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Member since May 2017
2236 posts

re: CVA Cascade Rifle
I don’t own one but from what I’ve read they get pretty good reviews. They have Bergara barrels and are guaranteed to shoot MOA like most companies these days.


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HenryParsons
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Chainsaw City
Member since Aug 2018
622 posts

re: CVA Cascade Rifle
Not familiar with the Cascade but I have a CVA Scout in 35 whelen great rifle for the price. Sturdy, shoots well, relatively lightweight


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