New here, tell me about the CPA rifle accuracy.

Coltsmoke
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New here, tell me about the CPA rifle accuracy.

Post by Coltsmoke » Sun Apr 12, 2009 2:51 pm

HI guys, I am trying to figure out what to buy as my first BPCR. I went and watched some guys shooting BPCR. There was several CPA rifles in 22 cal. I was very impressed with the rifles. My question is how do the CPA's in the 45-70 or 45-90 compare to the Shiloh and Pedersoli as far as Accuracy. Thanks for any info.
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fred
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Post by fred » Mon Apr 13, 2009 7:16 pm

The CPA is as accurate as any and has one special feature, barrel interchangability. Decide what caliber you want and then select
a barrel. It's all about the little details. I suggest you "Randy Wright"
to his website. His book on Schuetzen Shooting is a masterwork.

fred

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Post by DRCook » Sat Apr 18, 2009 12:20 am

I have on my wall a 5 shot 200 yd group that can be covered with a silver dollar, shot with a CPA 45-70 off cross sticks with soule sights.

Now I have been trying to reproduce this, and shoot that good consistently, but it shows the inherent accuracy potential

The guns are as accurate as any out there. I have shot a 45-100 at 1000 yds and did quite well

dc

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