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CVA CR4210S Scout Scout Break Open 270 Winchester

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Model: CR4210S
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 74894
 
UPC: 043125182107
 
MFG: CONNECTICUT VALLEY ARMS

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.270 22" Barrel w/Scope Mounts
 
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Reviewed By: Donald W on 10/07/2012 Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
Very lightweight, fantastic fit and finish. Three pound trigger pull! Accuracy was very good with several 1 MOA three shot groups using my hand loads. My only problem was light primer hits on my first range trip. I used some penetrating oil in the firing pin hole to hopefully loosen it up and removed the trigger spur. On my second range trip I only had one failure to fire due to a light primer hit. The problem may be light springs used to help keep the trigger pull low. I'm hoping it will wear in as it gets more use and the problem may go completely away.

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