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CVA Scout No. CR4310 30-06 Springfield

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The CVA was pleasantly light, even with that 12x scope on it. The rifle was a uniform matte black with its polymer stock and blued 22-inch fluted barrel. Scope rings are standard, and you can get a Konus scope as a package.

CVA Scout No. CR4310 30-06 Springfield

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Looking a lot like the action of the H&R Ultra, this CVA Scout action, and the very similar Apex action, don’t have the tang extension of the H&R. They also have no way for the forend to exert significant pressure onto the barrel, which could aid accuracy. Workmanship and finish here are just fine. That button in front of the trigger guard opens the action. The trigger guard was polymer.
The Apex (top) and CVA Scout share a design that has a pin going through a round hole to secure the barrel. The H&R Ultra (bottom) has an earlier design that hooks the barrel around a fixed pin, much like a shotgun. Note the stud on the H&R’s barrel (arrow) to secure the forend.

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