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Converting 54 Caliber Muzzleloaders Using Conversion Kits

By sheri@pi-inc.com | December 10, 2018

Converting 54 Caliber Muzzleloaders Using Conversion Kits Converting your .54 Cal Ignition System? In this post we talk about Converting 54 Caliber Muzzleloaders Using Conversion Kits. We get a lot of questions from folks who own a .54 caliber Knight that has the #11 or musket cap ignition system but would like to convert to the FPJ…

American Made Knight Muzzleloader Takes World-Record Buck

By sheri@pi-inc.com | December 10, 2018

American Made Knight Muzzleloader Takes World-Record Buck   All hunters dream of the one. The prize buck that will one day step into their sights. The big one the world will always remember. That dream came true last November for 27-year-old sportsman Stephen Tucker of Gallatin, TN. He had just finished working out on the…

Knight Rifles Welcomes Doug Schwartz: Competitive Shooting Champion

By sheri@pi-inc.com | December 10, 2018

Knight Rifles Welcomes Doug Schwartz: Competitive Shooting Champion The Knight Pro Shooter Team is pleased to introduce its newest member, Doug Schwartz. Doug is an Award-Winning Competitive Shooting Champion from Monroe, Indiana, with an impressive history of wins in the world of shooting. Starting out as a professional competitive archer, Doug lived every sportsman’s dream,…

Hunters For The Hungry Deer Processor Receives Knight Muzzleloader

By sheri@pi-inc.com | December 10, 2018

From more than 80 processors statewide that participate in Hunters for the Hungry, Deer Processor Roger Sircy of Sircy’s Deer Processing in Cookeville was drawn to receive a new muzzleloader donated by Knight Rifles based in Athens, Tenn. Knight Rifles and Tennessee Wildlife Federation, which oversees Hunters for the Hungry, presented a Knight Rifle Disc…

Muzzleloader Regulation Changes for Washington State

Muzzleloader Regulation Changes for Washington State

By sheri@pi-inc.com | December 10, 2018

  Muzzleloader Regulation Changes for Washington State Washington State has passed a new regulation that allows the use of a modern 209 primer ignition system during their regular muzzleloader seasons. You can convert any of your current Knights to a 209 (FPJ) ignition. Using our 209 FPJ conversion kit, you can make your current Knight Rifle…

Knight KP1 Muzzleloader Specifications

By sheri@pi-inc.com | October 24, 2018

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. (Maximum Powder Charge) 150 Grains by Volume,…