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MadScientist
September 10, 2001, 02:50 PM
In the new Cabela's master catalog, the Cabela's brand Traditional Hawken Rifles look identical in almost every detail to the T/C Hawkin rifles on the next page but the Cabelas brand are $200 cheaper. What gives?

4V50 Gary
September 10, 2001, 03:34 PM
Probably made in Spain but I would need someone to confirm it. Spanish blackpowder guns can be quite good as can be seen in some CVA products.

If I had space, I'd be tempted myself or for that .32 cal rifle Cabelas sells. It would be nice to make it into a child's gun by shortening the barrel and shortening the length of pull. Add a patchbox and voila!

TaxPhd
September 10, 2001, 05:15 PM
IIRC, Cabelas Hawkin is made by Investarms of Italy, the same company that makes the Lyman Great Plains Rifle. High quality stuff.

With TC, you are paying for a name, made in USA, and a lifetime warranty.