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New Generation Knight Muzzleloaders

Hello All,

I'm new to this forum and have been an archery hunter for many years, but in my state (Washington), the muzzleloader seasons are getting a bit more liberal and are timed right, at least for me.  In any case, I'm shopping for a new ML and it needs to be one of the "western" or "Northwest" models, due to state laws.  I'm looking at CVA and Knight, so far.  Has anyone seen/shot any of the new Knight products?  I can't find a store that carries them, to see for myself.  I know their reputation was very good, prior to closing their production lines, but now that they have re-started, I can't find any new reviews of their products.  I'd also welcome opinions of other choices and manufactures.  I'm leaning toward American made, if possible.

Thanks in advance everyone.

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Muzzleloaders for Washington

I own a T/C Omega and love it as well as a CVA Hawken.  Your laws dictate a traditional muzzleloader from what I have read.  An interesting choice might be a T/C Firestorm flintlock.  It can use up to a 150 maginum charge.  It appears it would pass your state laws and is marketed toward Northwest laws.  I find interesting anyway.  Never owned a Knight but have only heard good things about them. 

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Knight Rifles

reche56 wrote:

Hello All,

I'm new to this forum and have been an archery hunter for many years, but in my state (Washington), the muzzleloader seasons are getting a bit more liberal and are timed right, at least for me.  In any case, I'm shopping for a new ML and it needs to be one of the "western" or "Northwest" models, due to state laws.  I'm looking at CVA and Knight, so far.  Has anyone seen/shot any of the new Knight products?  I can't find a store that carries them, to see for myself.  I know their reputation was very good, prior to closing their production lines, but now that they have re-started, I can't find any new reviews of their products.  I'd also welcome opinions of other choices and manufactures.  I'm leaning toward American made, if possible.

Thanks in advance everyone.

The new Knights are very good, if not better than they were...  To comply with the PAC Northwest rules the Knight Big Horn and the Knight DISC Extreme, with a Western Kit both qualify.

This is a picture of the exposed cap on a Knight DISC Extreme...

Exposed cap

Here is a picture of a DISC Extreme

Winter Camo Extreme

Here is there web-site

http://www.knightrifles.com/

Here is the 2012 catalog

http://www.knightrifles.com/pdfs/2012-Muzzleloaders-Catalog.pdf

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