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Knight Bighorn .50Cal Western Muzzleloader Camo-Stainless(1298787)
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Knight Bighorn .50Cal Western Muzzleloader Camo-Stainless - The Bighorn has set the standard in muzzleloaders for years. This model is specifically designed for the laws of Western States. The quality of the Green Mountain Barrel, and the open breech acti
Knight Bighorn .50Cal Western Muzzleloader Camo-Stainless - The Bighorn is known for its reliability. The open breech system meets the regulations of Western states. This model comes with a Next Vista camo pattern thumbhole stock, for the most comfortable rock-solid shooting.
- Western No. 11, or Musket cap
- .50 caliber
- Twist Rate: 1:28 inches
- Next Vista Camo Stock
- Solid 416 Stainless Steel Barrel
- 26 inch barrel
- Overall Length: 44.5 inches
- Weight: 7lbs 3oz
- Fiber optic sights
- Fully Adjustable Trigger
- Thumbhole Stock
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I've had several Black Powder rifles in my life time. They all had there Pros and Cons, some side load, some in-line. Most of them are old or just worn out.(I shoot them a lot). Hence the reason for a new one. I purchased this through a Sporting good store, but I'm leaving my review here. First off, it shot straight and true right out of the box. With the new powders these days, I was able to shoot about 25 times before needing a cleaning. I just run a couple of dry patches down the bore, screw the breech plug in and go. This rifle is so nice to shoot. I camoed the barrel with a hydro graphics kit, and it looks sweet.
Excellent rifle. Very accurate right out of the box. Thumbhole assists with stability when aquiring target and sighting. Backs up the Knight reputation.
Purchased a Knight Bighorn during the summer of 2014 to hunt the WA early muzzleloader season. I have archery hunted mule deer since moving to WA in 2011, but could not seem to close the deal on a buck. Right out of the box the Bighorn hit bullseye at 100 yards. I shot it enough to get comfortable with the gun, but never adjusted the fork sight. First evening out I stalked in on a decent 3x4 mulie and the Bighorn put the hammer down at 80 yards. I am just as confident with this gun as any of my scoped rifles. In my opinion this gun backs up the Knight reputation. My load was two 50/50 pyrodex pellets with a 295 grain hollow point power belt.
bought this last year after 3 years of hunting with a traditional style. Loved the weight and accuracy of this rifle.
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