CVA’s Paramount Pro – Long Range Muzzleloader – SHOT Show 2020

CVA has released a new addition to their Paramount line of muzzleloaders known as the Paramount Pro. This new muzzleloader is an improvement on their already proven Paramount Long Range Muzzleloader in a handful of ways.

The New Paramount Pro accepts Remington 700 S/A optic rails.

Like its predecessor, the Paramount Pro is constructed to handle “super-magnum” propellant charges –meaning: in excess of a 150 grain by volume equivalent of black powder. This allows you to reach the higher velocities that you need for taking game at 300 yards and farther.

The Paramount Pro comes with an incredible 1.5-3 pound TriggerTech trigger. Also notice the cocking indicator.

The Paramount and Paramount Pro both come standard with the VariFlame breech plug, which provides a spring-loaded seal upon closing the bolt. This keeps all of the pressure in the barrel, not in your face.

The spring-loaded bolt face seals the breech under the extreme pressures that the Paramount Pro handles.

Changes in the Paramount Pro

As mentioned, this is an upgraded model of the paramount. It has been tricked out with a TriggerTech Trigger, threaded for a paramount muzzle brake, features a nitrided Bergara barrel, Grayboe stock and comes with a quick deploy compact ramrod and Quake Claw flush cup sling.

The included ramrod is pretty slick. It collapses down like a tent stake and fits into a carry pouch. And of course, it is carbon fiber in construction.

The Paramount pro has a fluted, nitrided and Cerakoted Bergara barrel that is free floating. The stock is a Grayboe Terrain fiberglass stock that has been cerakoted and has flush cup attachment points.

In the Paramount Pro, where the magazine well is on a bolt action rifle, they have a storage box where you can neatly store your capper/decapper and Veriflame Caps.

The Paramount Pro comes in 2 great flavors of .45 and .50 caliber, where the .50 cal Colorado model comes with Williams peep sights that are required to legally hunt big game in many states where they outlaw the use of optics on muzzleloaders.

The storage box on the Paramount Pro.

When you buy this amazing muzzleloader for the MSRP of $1667.95, you also get a supply of VeriFlames and ELR PowerBelt bullets.

Specifications and Features

  • 27″ Fluted, Nitrided and Cerakoted Bergara barrel
  • 1.5-3 pound TriggerTech trigger
  • accepts Paramount muzzle brake
  • Grayboe Terrain Fiberglass stock
  • freefloated barrel
  • flush cup attachments
  • $1667.95 MSRP

Keep an eye on GunsAmerica for a full review in the future!

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About the author: Riley Baxter is an avid and experienced hunter, shooter, outdoorsman, and he’s worked in the backcountry guiding for an outfitter. He also get’s a lot of enjoyment out of building or customizing his firearms and equipment. Check out Riley’s Instagram @Shooter300

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  • John Huffman August 3, 2020, 7:15 pm

    Would enjoy more info on paramount pro. Sounds very good!

  • Archangel January 28, 2020, 12:52 pm

    A “Muzzleloader” does not have a bolt like a bolt action rifle.

    Dump the powder (30 to 200 grains) down the barrel, stuff the greased, cloth patched lead ball down the barrel, slip a percussion cap on the nipple that sits under the exposed hammer and you have a muzzle loader.
    I did not realize my TC Hawkens was a Super Magnum!

    These guys are just looking for a modern rifle they can shoot during Muzzleloader season!

  • Don January 27, 2020, 8:01 pm

    That “worn-off” color pattern on the stock is a turn-off for me on a $1,600 rifle.

  • Dennis Karoleski January 27, 2020, 1:20 pm

    Exactly like so-called “drones” are well on their way to destroying the sport of flying model airplanes so-called “muzzle loaders” such as this totally modern breech-loading rifle will destroy actual muzzleloading. Guess maybe when you got away with slipping the breech-loading instead of muzzle-loading past the legislators and then “substitute black powder” too all bets were off. Change the names and definitions for those too shit lazy to hack an actual primitive weapon hunt in the name of greed and where is the line anymore? You people really can’t comprehend you’re just playing into the hands of the antihunting legislators, can you?

  • triggerpull January 27, 2020, 5:38 am

    I bought the “regular” paramount and it is truly an amazingly accurate muzzleloader. It’s also basically limited to one load and one bullet to achieve that. Does this “pro” have any improvements in terms of a wider variety of bullets, charges etc that can be used and still achieve great results?

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