CVA Electra Muzzleloader – Unlike Any Muzzleloader You’ve Seen!
CVA advertises the CVA Electra Muzzleloader as “like no other muzzleloader” and I think they really hit the nail on the head with that one. You see the CVA Electra features a patent pending ARC Electronic Ignition. The electronic ignition on the CVA Electra is completely sealed from the elements. The ARC ignition on this muzzleloader is instantaneous just like on a rifle and get this the trigger pull is incredibly true because the trigger on this muzzleloader is actually an electronic switch.
The Arc Electronic Ignition allows a full and consistent burn of the powder charge happening right where it should at the bottom of the barrel. The Arc Ignition System is powered by a single 9-volt battery which will fire the muzzleloader over 500 times. Battery life is estimated at 600 hours or 25 days with the ignition system left in the on position.
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CVA touts their Electra Muzzleloader as the ultimate muzzleloader muzzleloader in ease-of-use, rapid reloading, ease-of-cleaning and never-fail reliability. And all Electra Muzzleloaders are equipped with a premium Bergara Barrel – for unmatched accuracy. This muzzleloader is so good it won Field and Stream’s Best of the Best Award for 2007.
o ARC™ Electronic Ignition
o 26”, 1:28 Twist Bergara Barrel Blued or Stainless Steel
o Ambidextrous Composite Stock Camo or Black FiberGrip
o DuraSight® Rail Scope Mount
o DuraSight® Fiber Optic Sights
o CrushZone™ Recoil Pad
o 7.5 lbs. Total Weight
o 14.5” Length of Pull
o Quake™ Claw® Sling
o Lifetime Warranty
PR5002S / .50 Stainless Steel /Realtree® HD $573.95
PR5000S / .50 Stainless Steel/Black FiberGrip $521.95
PR5000 / .50 Blued/Black FiberGrip $458.95
I guess I’m struggling with the concept of a muzzleloader having an electronic ignition as when I think muzzleloading I think primitive weapons, however if you can get past the fact your primitive weapon has a 9-volt battery this is one bad muzzleloader.
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