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AMERICA'S MUZZLELOADER

Hand-crafted muzzleloaders that surpass all others in accuracy,

smooth operation, and deadly down-range stopping power.

FEATURED MUZZLELOADERS

The Ultra-Lite® With LiFe Nitride Finish

Weighing in at a total of 6 lbs. the Ultra-Lite is one of the lightest muzzleloaders on the market. Each black powder rifle embodies the beauty of American manufacturing with features like ornate, individually machined bolts, carbon core ramrods, and a selection of super light Bell & Carlson Kevlar stocks that give a look and feel of perfection.

The Mountaineer® With LiFe Nitride Finish

Power, Style, Safety & Accuracy. Many promise they can deliver, but few actually do. What if you could have a muzzleloader that not only provided deadly stopping power, pinpoint accuracy, safety while hunting and then at the end of the day looked great hanging over the mantle? You can have that with the Mountaineer from Knight Rifles.

Knight Mountaineer

The Knight 500®

A competition muzzleloader that can be used as a hunting rifle, the Knight 500 Muzzleloader is one serious long range black powder rifle. At 500 yard MOA you can be assured your shot will hit the intended target at impressive distances.

The Knight 500

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PRO SHOOTER SPOTLIGHT

In the Spring and Fall of 2017, Doug Schwartz won the Manufacturer’s Division, the Open Division, and all the long range events at the Friendship National Shoot.
During the Creedmore event, he landed all of the required 15 shots in 45 minutes in prone position with cross sticks using the Knight 500.

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THE KNIGHT LEGACY

It began in a shop of a gunsmith known for miles around as a master craftsman, inventor, and a huntsman who had stalked the fields for decades. His name was Tony Knight, and in his workshop in Putnam County, Missouri, he listened to the stories of hunters using their muzzleloaders. He studied the history, strengths, and problems of the front-end loader; from the most primitive flintlocks to the muzzleloaders of today.