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Old May 26th, 2019, 09:08 AM #1
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Other than the TC Encore Pro Hunter

I have suddenly developed the desire to add an inline muzzleloader/interchangeable centerfire rifle to my collection. I know about the Handi rifle, and the Knight KP1. Does CVA make one? Possibly Bergara? Though I doubt any of those others have the aftermarket support that the Encore has.

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Old May 26th, 2019, 09:15 AM #2
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What do you have against the Encore?
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Cva did but Iím not sure if they still do. They were half the cost of the tc
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You can't go wrong with the Encore System. The older frames are better than the new ones. If you buy a frame that came from the factory as a pistol, you can convert that frame from a pistol barrel to any rifle barrel that you want legally when you feel that you need something bigger to play with. You have options from 22 long rifle thru 375 HH barrels or any custom barrel that you want to have made as long as the frame will support the pressure without stretching the frame. They are a lot of fun to play with, but they are very addictive.
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What do you have against the Encore?
Maybe I want one from each manufacturer.
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CVA makes a line of muzzleloaders. I like mine just fine. It’s a little older, mid to late 00’s.

The line then was the optima/optima elite. Mine is a 50 cal/243’barrel swapper.

Both are accurate. I forget what the current main line is called, but you can visit their site and check the offerings. Maybe it’s accura? I believe the barrels are made by berrgara. (Check spelling on that)
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