Firing Pin And Trigger Assembly

By Knight Outdoors | October 24, 2018

Replace the firing pin in the firing pin retaining hole located in the hammer slot of the receiver. Ensure that the firing pin is rotated to enter the bottom firing pin hole. Turn the receiver upside down and locate the firing pin retainer set screw. Using the flat screwdriver end of the extractor turn the…

Trigger and Firing Pin Removal

By Knight Outdoors | October 24, 2018

Turning the receiver and buttstock slightly on its side locate the trigger group release lever. While gripping the trigger group, push the release lever forward and hold. With a slight rocking motion, remove the trigger group by pulling out and away from the receiver. Set the trigger group aside. Turn the receiver upside down and…

Breech Plugs

By Knight Outdoors | October 24, 2018

The Knight Rifle KP1 muzzleloader comes equipped with a removable breech plug for easier cleaning. The included breech plug is a Full Plastic Jacket breech plug suitable for Full Plastic Jacket loading. The breech plug should be removed at the end of each shooting session for a thorough cleaning of the bore and breech area.…

Muzzleloading Adjustments

By Knight Outdoors | October 24, 2018

The KP1 trigger is not designed to be adjustable by the customer. Incorrect adjustments will increase the risk of accidental discharge. Creation of a lower trigger pull is an unauthorized alteration and is a misuse of the product. Sighting In To shoot your rifle accurately, your rifle needs to be sighted in for your personal…

Loading and Firing Centerfire and Rimfire

By Knight Outdoors | October 24, 2018

Firing 1. With your action uncocked and the decocking safety device set to safe, bring the muzzleloader to your shoulder and put the desired target in your sights. 2. When you are ready to shoot, cock the hammer. 3. Sight in on the target, move the decocking safety device to fire. 4. The rifle can…

Firing you muzzleloader

By Knight Outdoors | October 24, 2018

Firing 1. With your action uncocked and the decocking safety device set to safe, bring the muzzleloader to your shoulder and put the desired target in your sights. 2. When you are ready to shoot, cock the hammer. 3. Sight in on the target, move the decocking safety to fire. 4. The muzzleloader can now…