CVA’s New Cascade Long Range Hunter

CVA started out by providing feature-rich muzzleloading rifles at affordable prices decades ago. Since then, they have branched into cartridge rifles while embracing the same philosophy. The latest addition to their Cascade bolt-action hunting rifle is the Cascade LRH, which aims to give shooters a tack-driving rifle with complements that make it easier to shoot out to longer distances.

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The CVA Cascade has been making inroads in the hunting community since 2019. The new LRH makes for an excellent option for still hunting over distant shooting lanes. [CVA]
The Cascade LRH, or Long Range Hunter, is built with just that task in mind. It comes chambered in several popular sporting and match cartridges and features a fluted medium-heavy barrel whose length will vary by caliber. All models come threaded for 5/8×24-inch accessories and come with a radial brake attached out of the box.

The synthetic stock features a rubber buttpad to absorb felt recoil and an adjustable comb to account for different cheek welds and optic heights. The LRH comes with an adjustable trigger and a low-mounted Picatinny rail over the ejection port to mount the optic of your choice as close to the bore as possible. It comes with three sling studs, allowing you to mount a two-point sling and a bipod as well.

The rifles come in two different color schemes that will lend themselves well to blinding into different environments: a smoked bronze web or Realtree hillside stock paired with a burnt bronze Cerakoted barrel. The LRH is ideal for still hunting, with an unloaded weight of 8.6 lbs and a barrel length ranging from 22-26 inches.

At this time, the Cascade LRH is available in 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, 7mm Remington Magnum, 7mm PRC, .308 Winchester, .300 Winchester Magnum, and .300 PRC. These rifles are shipping now and have an MSRP of $900.

Terril is an economic historian with a penchant for all things firearm related. Originally a pot hunter hailing from south Louisiana, he currently covers firearms and reloading topics in print and on his All Outdoors YouTube page. When he isn't delving into rimfire ballistics, pocket pistols, and colonial arms, Terril can be found perfecting his fire-starting techniques, photographing wildlife, and getting lost in the archives.

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