no two bears CVA no longer makes any side lock weapon . there are parts still available though through different venders .
while the bobcat was meant as a cheep entry rifle . IMO they are very good . well i should clarify that and say sure they have their problems most are very good accurate shooters .
i have done a number of stock conversions and even 2 or 3 conversions to flintlock on these rifles .
wood stock use to be available and i even found a traditions deer hunter that the CVA parts fit well into .
now days however i just order a good curly maple or cherry stock . if you accepted seconds these can be had for 50 bucks or less ,shaped with the barrel channel and RR already inlet .
these are most times full size custom stocks that have worm holes , mineral stains or feather cracks in the but plate area . any of which are easy to fix .
Here is a bobcat that I re stocked for a costumer this spring . I used the bobcat trigger, barrel , tang , RR thimble and lock . I replace the nasty plastic stock and added a brass butt plate , trigger guard and nose cap . the fellas over on the TMA forum re named it " kat la plum" i probably screwed up the spelling on that so for you french speaking ,, sorry .
if i recall correctly it refures to the bobcats meaner cusian the linx cat