The CVA Paramount HTR pushes long-range shooting — and sales — potential.
It’s no stretch to say muzzleloaders have come a long way in the last 25 years. From the first inline rifles that sent caplock and flintlock shooters into a tizzy to the improvements of even the last five years, retailers have more options to sell, and hunters have more to shoot.
Connecticut Valley Arms, better known as CVA, was founded in 1971 as the inline revolution was beginning. Those early days had a learning curve in the factories and field. As with any transformation, it took time. Hiccups were encountered. Competition abounded between CVA and others for market share…READ MORE
by Alan Clemons