5 years ago#1
Guest
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I am looking for a cva tradition hawken woodman 50.cal percussion muzzle loader at a good price.I hope someone has one that thay are not using that would like to sell to me. thanks sam.

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5 years ago#2
Jake
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Dan I have one that I used one season and that is all. I would be willing to sell if you are interested.

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5 years ago#3
Jake
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* Sam * sorry

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5 years ago#4
DAVID
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so do you want a CVA or a TRADITIONS (?) different manufacturers -(CVA has gone only to the 'modern' muzzleloaders so why bother - just buy a 30-06)
CVA Hawken style mountain rifle is no longer manufactured but if you can find one, it is a fine shooter - the CVA mountain rifles have beautiful curly maple stocks and black iron fittings and can be a real joy to own and shoot - as they have a (2) wedge pin barrel attachment they are a little more sturdy and attractive
the TRADITIONS hawken woodsman is also a fine rifle, currently manufactured, and is available from several sources - it is somewhat more plain with brass fittings and has a single wedge-pin barrel attachment.
both are worth about $350-400 'new-in-the-box' and slightly less 'used' depending on condition

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5 years ago#5
eddie
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i have one im not sure what it is worth shoot me a number ill let u know,email me <email> thanx

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5 years ago#6
Ace
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I've got the .45 version if you're interested

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4 years ago#7
poohspa
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G'day,
I have a CVA traditional "Hawken" .50 rifle thats been hanging on the wall for 25 years. Its clean and looks good and the price is right at $145.00, I assume it can be shipped to a gunsmith if you have one.
It had a long scope on the upper barrel at one time leaving four mounting holes.

I am an avowed computer dunce but will attempt to attached pictures of the piece......

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4 years ago#8
poohspa
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G'day,
I have a CVA traditional "Hawken" .50 rifle thats been hanging on the wall for 25 years. Its clean and looks good and the price is right at $145.00, I assume it can be shipped to a gunsmith if you have one.
It had a long scope on the upper barrel at one time leaving four mounting holes.

I am an avowed computer dunce but will attempt to attached pictures of the piece......

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3 years ago#9
john
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I have two black powder guns if you know anyone that might want them Traditicns deerhunter R50CL.1-48 the other is connecticut vally arms woodsman .50 cal

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3 years ago#10
john
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I have two 50.CALS One is a Traditicns Deerhunter and the other is a Connecticut Valley Woodsman both are in good shape

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3 years ago#11
kcbuck
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The Woodsman is valued at;
Exc. Cond: $115.00 USD
V.G. Cond: $100.00 USD

I have no listing for the Deerhunter....

Sorry,
kcbuck

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3 years ago#12
tiffton
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yea i have a cva black powder cap n ball 50 cal ready to go spot less clean ill take 150 for it

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3 years ago#13
Ogre67
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Are these still available? Both Hawken type .50s? If so how much for each? Tony <email>

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3 years ago#14
kcbuck
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Used, through the inter-net auctions I would not expect to pay more than $225.00 USD.... depending upon condition of course.

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3 years ago#15
Moravian
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Hi - if you still have the Woodsman 50, can you share a few pictures at <email> ?

Thanks

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2 years ago#16
BC
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Have a Connecticut Valley Arms made in Spain Woodsman black powder .50 cal. Are you still interested? I had it handed to down to my from a family member. She's is pretty old.

Thx

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2 years ago#17
bvoge
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Do you still have the woodsman? i would be interested in it if so. Please e-mail me with the info. thnx.

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2 years ago#18
MingoFrank
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You may want to check the dates on the posts. Some are ancient. Check gunbroker.com, there are usually a few listed.

Mingo

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