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Discussion in 'Muzzleloaders' started by Duckwisperer, Sep 30, 2021.
Pro,s use to shoot knight,then Thompson center,who has the money
I purchased my first Knight M/L (Inline) back in 1990. One well built rifle with its walnut stock, not a cheap Synthetic black stock. Used Pyrodex FFG with a 250 grain .451" sabot, had a scope mounted on it, one very accurate rifle!!
Same here but I bought the cheap synthetic stock model in 90. If I'm thinking right 450ish maybe. Removed the Bushnell off the old Hawkins high rise mounts, mounted it flush , sighted in.
Ain't touch the adjustments since. Damdest shooter I ever seen.
On cleaning the knight I watched the video that came with it and decided "the hell with that". It has gotten cleaned only way I have ever cleaned a smoker.
1 oil patch, followed by spit patches till they come out clean, 3 dry patches or till dry. last dry one out on the ground muzzle toward patch fire a cap to verify nipple is clear and then load and hunt. Hasn't failed in 42 year.
I clean my T/C Black Diamond using a mixture of Hopp's No #9 and Grease Police. I mix 4-parts of #9 with 6-parts of Grease Police, mix well. Run a moisten patch through the bore a few times, then run a dry one, and a patch with #9. Works great and makes the bore shiny clean!! Works on regular rifle barrel bores too. You can find Grease Police at your local Walmart.