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How old is it and is it scoped? Take a good look down the barrel and make sure it's all nice and clean. Is it 209 primer fired if not I'd pass on it. If scoped and 209 and all is nice $150 is probably fair. Try to get all the goodies with it.
 

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How old is it and is it scoped? Take a good look down the barrel and make sure it's all nice and clean. Is it 209 primer fired if not I'd pass on it. If scoped and 209 and all is nice $150 is probably fair. Try to get all the goodies with it.
I agree with huntingman on this one, the knight lk 93 used #11 percussion caps compared to todays inline's using 209 ignition.
I would spend my money more wisely and go with a newer inline. Good Luck
 

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With the 209 conversion the price would be at what a new ml rifle would be. Unless it has a fairly nice scope on it, smart money says maybe get the price down some more or look for another good buy. Just my own take on this. For comparison, I just purchased a TC Omega in the box for $210.00 with the weathershield barrel and Realtree apg stock. If you're interested in a great Knight disc extreme 50 cal rifle and a 2x7 Redfield scope package send me a pm and maybe we can make a deal.
 

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I had a lk93. Good accurate ML.

With that being said if its the #11 percussion cap or musket cap I would not pay more than $50.

If it is scoped that may be why the high price. The scope could be worth more than the gun.
 
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