Round receivers (except for the Vision) will use Remington 541 style for the two piece and Weaver 45 for the one piece. NOTE: Two piece bases on plunger guns allow for easier capping and decapping ignition.
Plunger style guns use "PLUNGER STYLE" breech plugs. (Plunger style guns do not have a bolt handle.) Just choose the correct ignition.
CLICK HERE for breech plugs.
If you have a hex style breech plug, or "modern" breech plug, you can purchase a combo tool HERE. If you have an older style breech plug, with 2 or 4 slots instead of a hex head, you can simply use a long flat-head screwdriver to extract the breech plug.
To determine the correct conversion kit, simply measure the diameter of the breech plug.
CLICK HERE to watch the video explaining how to measure your breech plug.
Use Triple 7 in a plunger style gun or a Disc. Use Blackhorn in a Mountaineer, Ultra-Lite, or Peregrine. 90-100 grains by volume is a good baseline in all models.
The model number is stenciled on the right side of the barrel past the serial number. It will be letters or a combination of letters and numbers.
Ramrod, ramrod guide, quick release bolt retainer, & sights
All Knight Rifles come drilled and tapped for scope bases.
Yes. Except the Ultra-Lite guns have the option to be ordered without sights.
NOTE: If you select an Ultra-Lite gun without sights the barrel will NOT be drilled for sights.
First, check the secondary safety to make sure it is unscrewed to the firing position. This applies to both plunger and bolt handle rifles. CLICK HERE to watch the video showing you how to operate the secondary safety.
The two issues above are the most common reasons a Knight Rifles gun won't fire.
If you still have issues, ensure the breech plug flash hole is clear and check the condition of your powder and primer.
Yes, if your Disc Extreme stock has a double-lug pocket (or cantilever lug). It will NOT fit if it has a single-lug pocket. The trigger and Disc bolt will work but it will require a Mountaineer breech plug with the same ignition style as the Disc (ie. bare primer, RPJ, western). If you have an Original Disc (the model number will have periods between the letters: D.I.S.C.), you will have to convert from an orange disc to RPJH or bare primer ignition.
The above image is an Original Disc model.
Hunting laws differ from state to state. To find out about your state's muzzleloader hunting season, restrictions, tags, etc., CLICK HERE
Unfortunately, we do not. CLICK HERE for the full list of archived guns that we no longer carry. It may be possible to find a used Knight Rifles gun, but we do not have any resources or contacts to pass along.
ACCESSORIES RETURN POLICY
Accessories purchased directly through Knight Rifles can be returned for refund or exchange for 30 days from the date received. Refunds are only given if the item returned is unopened and undamaged. If you return item(s) that are unused but opened, then you will receive a refund less a 25% restocking fee. The customer is responsible for shipping charges.
RETURN POLICY PROCEDURES
When you receive an order, it will contain an invoice and return form. Attached to your order and found on your invoice will be a sales order number "SOXXXXXX" that will double as your return authorization number. You MUST clearly notate this sales order number on your return packaging. Please note that any returned item(s) in used condition are not eligible for refund, replacement, or exchange. If you fail to send the return form back with your return, do not completely fill out and sign and date the return form, or fail to clearly notate your sales order number on your return packaging, then your return will be refused and any refund, replacement, or exchange will be denied.
RIFLE RETURN POLICY
All sales are final on rifle purchases. No refunds or returns on these products. We will handle warranty issues if they arise.
Knight Warranty FAQs
Note: Knight Rifles (Modern Muzzleloading, Inc) located in Athens, TN and Centerville, IA; is the only Authorized Warranty diagnosis, repair, and testing center for any Knight Muzzleloader issues. Fill out this Knight Warranty Registration upon receipt of your muzzleloader so we have all the details. Use the form located here for warranty/repair issues. Please leave a message if your call is not answered and we will return your call as soon as possible. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not return the product to the store, instead contact us and we will direct you on whether or not you should send your product in for repair or if we can fix the problem over the phone. Retail locations are not set up to receive returns or to do repairs on products.
All Knight Rifle products have at least one-year warranty that covers parts and workmanship. After one year, it has a limited lifetime warranty. The cost of a repair for any product over a year old is usually less than half of the retail price plus shipping and handling.
Our warranty does not cover damage caused by animals, weather/natural disasters, customer modification and/or abuse.
First, contact us and discuss the problem. One of our representatives may be able to troubleshoot your problem over the phone. If not, they will instruct you on how to ship it to us.
Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM (EST).
We ask that you send a detailed note explaining your problem, a daytime phone number, and a physical address. We ship back UPS and they will not deliver to a post office box. Also, you will need to include a receipt or other proof of purchase for warranty repairs.
We strongly suggest using UPS or a comparable carrier, so your product will be insured and you will be able to track its progress.
Yes. The warranty cards are entered into our database to ensure that each customer's warranty is on file.