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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-27-2008, 08:44 PM Thread Starter
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I am buying a knight kp1 tomorrow.comes with .50 cal. Muzzleloader and a .270 barrel.any thoughts?
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congrats get some range time in before hunting season and ya should be good to go.

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Sweet Gun.. How much did you pay for the combo price?
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Just a note.alot of people complain about having to use those plastic jackets that you have to insert the 209 primer into.this one you don't have to.comes with 2 breech plugs.one for use with the jacket the other one you just put the primer into.also,you can remove the complete trigger assembly in less than 5 seconds,for cleaning.about a 3 lb trigger pull.barrel changes with no tools.not to make any encore fans upset,but the ease of use and cost far are way better than an encore.remember that is just an opinion.
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