CVA Wolf: Palmsaver on ramrod?
Just purchased the CVA Wolf, my first blackpowder rifle, and have a question. When the palmsaver is screwed onto the ramrod and seated on the gun, the palmsaver extends past the end of the barrel a little bit. The manual says that the gun is designed to shoot with the palmsaver in place. But it seems like with this extending a little beyond the barrel, that is a potential hazard.
Is it really safe to shoot like that? I've seen several images online that show that the position of the palmsaver is correct and does indeed extend beyond the end of the barrel.
Thanks for any input!