The tested gun is Knight's long-awaited break-action KP1 Utility Rifle in .50 caliber muzzleloading configuration with stainless steel barreled action and a camo composite stock. As supplied, including the ramrod, the KP1 weighs in at 8 pounds, 11 ounces according to my Lyman digital scale. As the name suggests, this rifle features an ...
Re: Knight 50 cal disc elite. Welcome to the group. The all lead bullets you have are either 260 gr or 310 gr. I don't know which ones they ship in the value pack. They are probably .45 caliber bullets that ride in the sabot to make up the difference to .50 caliber. You can weigh them or wait a couple weeks and call Knight and ask them directly.
Knight Bighorn Western Muzzleloading Rifle .50 Caliber 26" Stainless Steel Barrel Synthetic Stock Realtree Max 1 Camo. Product Family #: 1019049617. Product #: 800006. Manufacturer #: MBHW706SMX. UPC #: Loading image... List price was. $691.99. our price.
KNIGHT LK-93 BARREL& SIGHTS 50 Cal Muzzleloader Rifle Gun Parts This auction is for the pictured Barrel from a Knight LK-93 50 Caliber Muzzleloading Rifle. The actual barrel is 22 inches long and the overall length is 27 and 1/2 inches. The bore is poor with pitting. The blue is Very Nice. The Breechplug is in a separate auction.
Add Knight Ultra-Lite Colorado Legal Full Plastic Jacket Muzzleloading Rifle 45 Caliber 24" Stainless Steel Barrel Synthetic Stock Green/Black Spiderweb to Cart. Knight Mountaineer Western Muzzleloading Rifle .45 Caliber 27" Fluted Barrel Laminated Wood Thumbhole Stock. List price was $1053.99 through $1153.99 our price $845.12.
My knight bighorn is I believe a similar model but in 50 cal. I would strongly suggest you consider loose powder as the only pellets made for the 54 cal are 60 gr pellets. This severly restricts your load options to 60 or 120 gr loads I too would not go more than two pellets.
Knight Original DISC Rifle Muzzleloader Breech Plug Mountaineer And Ultra-Lite Muzzleloader Bare 209 Breech Plug Bighorn 52 Cal Western Legal Muzzleloader Breech Plug
I have a scoped (cheap Cabela's Pine Ridge 2.5 - 7 x 32) .50 caliber CVA Staghorn 209 and shoot 245 grain standard Powerbelt HPs behind 100 grains of Pyrodex (2 - 50 grain pellets). I've quickly killed the last 3 deer I've shot at: 50, 100 and 130 yards.
My first muzzleloader! A Knight Wolverine 50 cal. Stainless barrel. Natchez.com had these on sale a while back for around $220 because the camo pattern was "last year's model" (advantage timber). I spray painted the barrel a flat camo and it hits on the money with 2 50gr. Triple 7 pellets and basically any bullet 300gr. or heavier.