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Author Topic: CVA Accura 2 problems  (Read 1749 times)

Offline BoBallistic

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CVA Accura 2 problems
« on: July 02, 2020, 06:58:41 AM »
Am having trouble closing and locking it down when I get ready to fire....this started late last year....so I took the Accura 2 apart and started looking at it...no adjustments to be found...I had to contact CVA located in Lawrenceville, GA (use to live in Lawrenceville when I got married the first time for about a year until we moved to Norcross) and got a RMA# assigned....this will cost me some bucks. I will set aside $100 for the repair of it and shipping cost.

but since this is a safety issue - it would best if I send it back to CVA for the repair/fix....

Wonder if anybody else had problems similar to this??
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2020, 12:22:32 PM »
They are at least 4 CVA Accura 2 in our club in GA...including yours truly...maybe more...Jap51 yesterday sent out the deer dates in a pdf file to all the old timers in our club...I simply cannot believe that the muzzle loader season will start on Oct 10, so that means if I am down there at the club that means I got to leave my home here in TN on the 5 or 6th of October and be down there for at least the 6 or 7 days, just depends on Archery Days I hunt and first three days of Muzzle Loader season....

Archery Starts on Sept 12 (Saturday)
Muzzle Loader Starts on Oct 10 (Saturday)
Youth Hunt is on week from Oct 10 to Oct 16
High Power Rifle Starts on Oct 17th (Saturday)

They all (except youth hunt weekend) will run until Jan 10 of 2021...with a few archery only counties in Ga will run to Jan 31st...

It will be imparity to get my muzzle loader up and ready for this coming season...and I think I will get either the T/C Omega or the Savage ML10 ready ASAP for the season.... 
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2020, 02:21:26 PM »
so your bow season runs during muzzleloader and gun? do you need to wear orange?
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #3 on: July 02, 2020, 09:39:06 PM »
I had a similar issue that occured after firing multiple rounds.  I found i was getting a little fouling buildup that was preventing the action from closing completely.  I ended up sanding the top of the breach plug just a hair.   It resolved the issue for me.  I also paid more attention to buildup.
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #4 on: July 03, 2020, 01:18:49 PM »
Yari - GA bow season always backs up to the Muzzle loader or primitive weapons season...it always has. We only wear orange during Muzzle Loader season and high power rifle season, that is the law. But some of us will wear orange during all the hunts in our GA club...including Archery season and some of us will not...just depends, for me wearing the orange during all the hunting season will wear the orange only 3 days longer, I think I can handle that...LOL....

MI - Thanks I will try that and watch the fouling build up....Hate to send it to the factory and it will cost me at least $45 bucks to get it fixed...plus shipping and due to the Covid-19 it will take 4 to 6 weeks turn around time....

That is why I am getting the T/C Omega ready...change battery (2032) to illuminate the red dot and clean off the Burris Fulfield II 3-9X x 40mm scope...clean it yesterday and now waiting for the range. I have a Savage ML10 II that has a Leupold VX3 2.5-8X x 36mm dia that is also a 50 caliber that I am getting ready along side of the Omega that I will use this year, just depends on who is the most accurate....

   
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #5 on: July 03, 2020, 05:04:19 PM »
The other thing to check is if the breach-plug is not being able to screw all the way in , had that happen with my Encore 45cal . ##$%#1118  End up getting their thread cleaning tool .
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #6 on: July 03, 2020, 07:07:33 PM »
Sundowner - The breech plug is all the way in. I don't think that is the problem but I will check it out and get back with you....Thanks again....Bo
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #7 on: July 09, 2020, 06:01:16 PM »
You can archery hunt during the whole deer season but once Muzzleloader season starts you must wear orange even hunting with bow or crossbow.
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #8 on: July 10, 2020, 05:23:53 AM »
Split Toe - Yes, love the Orange - here is TN you can pick up trash on the side on the road, watch or attend UT football game or go hunting all with you orange on....LOL....yea, thanks for the info..I knew that....but I am not worried about the archery season will be ready for ML season. I have about 5 other muzzle loaders that I will use...getting two of the ready now, going through them and make sure that they are range worthy before actually taking them to the range....will check out which one either the T/C Omega or the Savage ML10 II is the most accurate....watch for the range results on them....

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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #9 on: July 11, 2020, 07:50:48 AM »
Bo - I love my TC Omega, it's been my go to ML for 9 years now and it has put deer in the freezer every year since I got it. I always look forward to our October ML season to refill the freezer.
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #10 on: July 11, 2020, 09:22:29 AM »
Gut - It is my second choice in Muzzle Loaders as far as accuracy goes....the Savage ML10 II is my third choice as well, but the original Remington's ML700 and both almost as accurate as the Omega, but like you the all have put deer in the cooler for yours truly....I use the Omega for years and years before the CVA Accura 2 with its Bergara barrel hit the market...and before the Bergara B14 rifles came out as well.....

We are talking about 2" groups versus 1 to 1.5" groups I am impressed with today's ML. That is why I started looking at the Savage Slug Gun, 20 gauge back in 2018....with the right ammo, it certainly rival any muzzle loader on the market but the ML can shoot the distance of 150 to 350 yards (and every farther)....and sadly the 20 gauge has an effective range of maybe out to 150 yards - but where I hunt at a 100 yards is a long shot....The Omega is ready for the range and the CVA is boxed up waiting for a little more packing before heading back to CVA in Lawrenceville, GA.....near Deerhead's home....and the wait 4 to 6 weeks before I see it....

Thanks for the vote of confidence on the Omega.....

 
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #11 on: July 13, 2020, 06:12:41 AM »
For some reason, the T/C Omega 50 caliber, butt stock recoil pad is beginning to disintegrated!! Don't know why but thought I would replace it. So I ordered me another one and cost me $38 for the pad and another $7 for taxes & shipping....but when it arrived yesterday (yes on Sunday no less!!) looked at the new Limbsaver and the old one (original equipment) to compare what I have to do....You are thinking just unscrew the pad and screwed the new one on....it was suppose to be like for like replacement, that is what I thought but no....have to do some filing or grinding down the center portion of it...see pictures, maybe I got an early one or maybe not.....

Trust me, there is always something to do.....LOL....Bo
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #12 on: July 13, 2020, 09:33:50 AM »
Bo-I had the exact same issue with my Weatherby shotgun, it took me hours to do the modifications to get butt plate pad to fit and the screw holes would not line up. I had to wood fill the original holes and then re-drill new holes. The 5 minute switch out of parts ended up a five hour project. Weatherby customer service is normally pretty good, until they can't answer you question about the difference and try to make you feel stupid and don't know what you are doing. At one point the young lady in CS said I could ship the stock and parts back and they would install it for me, at my expense, plus shipping both ways and an approximate cost of $150. When I laughed at her on the phone, she hung up on me.  @--0--0117
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« Reply #13 on: July 13, 2020, 10:20:12 AM »
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Re: CVA Accura 2 problems
« Reply #14 on: July 13, 2020, 10:33:48 AM »
I found a Limbsaver in the bargain bin a couple of years ago at our Gander store (before they closed the second time) for my Ruger #1.  Finally got around to installing it a month or two ago.  While the overall profile was darn close to the buttstock, the slotted holes didn't allow it to line up so I had to extend them a bit with a Dremel tool.  It's installed and looks good but doggone it this stuff should be made to drop into place very easily.

Bo, if you were closer I'd pick up your new pad and level it off for you with my disc sander.  If you have any local friends who are into woodworking, a stationary disk or belt sander will make quick work of that job for you (wear a mask or have a good dust collector on it).  That old pad looks like it got attacked by some solvent.  Weird how that happens - I've had a couple of things like that in the past.
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