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by knightrifles
October 18th, 2018, 3:32 pm
Forum: Knight Manual Articles
Topic: Bighorn™ .50/.52 Wolverine™ .50 and TK2000™ Shotgun
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Bighorn™ .50/.52 Wolverine™ .50 and TK2000™ Shotgun

Action and Safety Systems Straight Pull Action The pull-type system functions by pulling the hammer assembly back from the receiver until it cocks. With both safeties off, the hammer under spring tension is released with a pull of the trigger. The hammer slides through the receiver and strikes the p...
by knightrifles
October 18th, 2018, 3:30 pm
Forum: Knight Manual Articles
Topic: Knight Rolling Block (KRB7) - Care and Info
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Views: 720

Knight Rolling Block (KRB7) - Care and Info

Action: Quick detachable trigger, hammer, rolling block assembly. Removable stainless steel breech plug. Barrel: 27", Green Mountain Rifle Barrel, Rifle Grade Blue or Stainless Steel, 1:28 Twist, .50 caliber Ignition: 209 Primer Length and Weight: 43 inches, 8 Pounds Safeties: Trigger block cross bo...
by knightrifles
October 10th, 2018, 3:08 pm
Forum: Knight Manual Articles
Topic: Knight Muzzleloader Care and Cleaning
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Views: 756

Knight Muzzleloader Care and Cleaning

Always clean and lubricate your muzzleloader after each day’s shooting. A muzzleloader must be free of rust, dirt, grease, and powder residue to function safely and reliably. Careful maintenance, which includes inspection of all components to determine if they are in proper working order, is absolut...
by knightrifles
October 10th, 2018, 3:07 pm
Forum: Knight Manual Articles
Topic: More Basic Muzzleloader Safety Rules
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Views: 664

More Basic Muzzleloader Safety Rules

Even if you are proficient with other firearms, rifles, or other similar muzzleloaders, be sure to read the special muzzleloader safety rules below, as there may be features or functions of this product that you are not familiar with. Special Muzzleloader Safety Rules Avoid accidental firing A muzzl...
by knightrifles
October 10th, 2018, 3:06 pm
Forum: Knight Manual Articles
Topic: Basic Knight Safety Rules for Muzzleloaders
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Views: 626

Basic Knight Safety Rules for Muzzleloaders

Muzzleloaders can seriously or fatally injure shooters and bystanders if not handled properly. Before you use your muzzleloader, read this manual, particularly these Basic Safety Rules, and watch the instructional DVD. Supervise and teach muzzleloading and firearm safety to all members of your famil...
by knightrifles
October 10th, 2018, 3:05 pm
Forum: Knight Manual Articles
Topic: Knights Inline Manual
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Views: 654

Knights Inline Manual

Unpacking Your New Knight Muzzleloader Knight muzzleloaders are delivered factory-packaged, preserved with a coating of protective oil, and placed in a corrosion resistant bag for shipping. Before loading and firing, make certain that all protective oil has been cleaned from the bore, breech plug, n...
by knightrifles
October 1st, 2018, 3:33 pm
Forum: Knight Manual Articles
Topic: Knight Service Policy
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Views: 636

Knight Service Policy

Every Knight Rifle™ is carefully inspected and tested in order to ensure that it conforms to Knight's strict specifications and standards. Any alteration, modification, misuse, repair, or refinishing will result in voiding the warranty. If there is any question regarding the performance of your rifl...
by knightrifles
October 1st, 2018, 2:31 pm
Forum: Knight Manual Articles
Topic: Knight KP1 Muzzleloader Specifications
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Views: 616

Knight KP1 Muzzleloader Specifications

Caliber: .50 caliber Barrel: 26” Green Mountain Rifle Barrel, Rifle Grade MS - Camouflaged, 1:28 Twist, .50 caliber Ignition: 209 Full Plastic Jacket and 209 Bare Primer Length And Weight: 43½”, 8 Pounds Length of Pull: 14 1/8” Powder: Black Powder FFg, or industry approved black powder substitute. ...
by knightrifles
October 1st, 2018, 2:31 pm
Forum: Knight Manual Articles
Topic: Barrel Conversion Instructions
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Views: 642

Barrel Conversion Instructions

To convert your Knight KP1 among the various barrel options available from Knight Rifles, follow the instructions indicated below. Rimfire to Centerfire Follow all of the centerfire/rimfire disassembly steps and assembly steps, switching out the rimfire barrel for the centerfire barrel. Be sure to s...
by knightrifles
October 1st, 2018, 2:30 pm
Forum: Knight Manual Articles
Topic: Centerfire Barrel Assembly
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Views: 594

Centerfire Barrel Assembly

Turn the rifle slightly to its side with one hand and with the other align the pivot pin hole of the weld lug with the pivot pin hole of the receiver. Once the holes are aligned, push the pivot pin through until flush with both sides of the receiver While holding the receiver and buttstock with the ...