Knight LK-93 .50 Caliber Inline Muzzleloader
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Reviewed by: Mark
Category: Firearms & Ammo
The Knight LK-93 was my first ML to take into the deer hunting woods. I bought it used and it had not been took care of by the previous owner. I ended up having to buy a new nibble because the one in it was so corroded. Even with the ML not being taken care of once I got it cleaned and on the firing range I was impressed with how accurate it was. (I was shooting some Hornady bullets that came with the gun. I cant remember how many grain they were.)
With someone just getting into the muzzleloading style of hunting this is a great first gun. If you happen to not like muzzleloading you will not be out alot of money from the purchase. The pros definitely outweigh the cons for a new ML hunter. You can probably find one of these guns for next to nothing in a pawn shop.
- Not too expensive
- 209 primers have spoiled us.
- Not as easy to clean as the more expensive ML’s.
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