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I haven't been hunting in about ten years, but my brother needed some cash so I bought his knight muzzleloader. Now I cant wait to go. I don't know much about muzzleloaders just wondering if this is a good one. It is a knight .50 cal it says D.I.S.C on it and it's in real tree camo. I also would like to know what kind of knight it is so I can order a owners manuel . thanks
 

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45 or 50 cal? I believe these were designed for shooting 209 primers and a sabot pistol bullet seated over 2-50gr pellets. They were intended to extend the kill distance over traditional muzzleloaders. Should have no problem shooting out to 150-200 yds properly set up. They are a very well made rifle.
 

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Here's a link to the Knight website it goes directly to the Manuals list.

(((( CAUTION )))) there's several Disc manuals listed by Manufacture date.

KNIGHT INSTRUCTION MANUALS<--click to view
 

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That is what I was wondering how to tell the manufacturing date so I get the right manuel.
 

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Contact Knight Rifles Customer Service at (256) 260-8950
Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm Central Time.
Good Luck to you.
 

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The knight disc is a very good rifle, iv had mine for two years and would buy another, some of the most accurate muzzle loaders come from knight
 
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