Knight Revolution Muzzleloader

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  1. Sackett

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    In one of my NRA mags I saw a new Knight lever action, or falling block muzzleloader.
    Does anyone have ANY info on this? When I try to go to the Knight site, it doesn't give me anything yet. I'm thinking that the release date is later this Spring.
    Thanks for any help.
    Yol Bolsun.
  2. armedandsafe

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    I haven't seen anything on it yet. Keep us posted on what you find.

    Pops
  3. Sackett

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    Went to the gun store today. I asked to see the Knight Revolution. Manager said they had been recalled. He forgot why. He did say that he was impressed with the gun, though it was sort of heavy. He liked the trigger mechanism. Thought it would be re-released this Fall.
    Saleman said Omegas and TCs were out selling everything.
    I would really like to hold one of these and see just how it works.
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    Looks really nice in Cabela's layout.

    That could make muzzle shooting easy and cleaning a snap.
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    Thanks guys.
    You know I'm just gonna have to fondle one of those things. Something about what I'm seeing and reading appeals to me.
    I may have a hard time explaining to Patti just WHY I need another muzzleloader when I haven't shot a deer with the first.
    I'm trying the analogy "you've got a lot of diamonds, jewelry, and baubles, and I need another gun", seems to be working fine right now though.
    Any other ideas ?
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    Sackett, don't you have a birthday coming up soon? ;)
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    Also, Sackett, Father's Day is just around the corner, a little after Mother's Day in a week or so.

    Might work a tit for a tat out of that deal!!!!!

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    Worth a try anyway. It might start to get expensive if I have to buy her diamonds everytime I get a new gun. I really need to hit the lottery.
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    You have that backwards brother....

    She gets diamonds AFTER you get the gun...not before...LOL

    For my wife, it's shoes...For every 5 pair, I get a new gun. I'm one pair away!!!

    Next one will be either an AR15 type or some type of deer rifle.

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    Hey Sackett! The shoe thing might work for you. Didn't Mrs Sackett say she bought three pair of shoes just the other day? ;)
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    Oh BOY!!

    What a lead!!!!!!!
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    Great idea...my wife like most women loves her shoes. Five pairs is a fair trade for lisence to get a new toy. Looking for a used, custom flinter (circa 1750-1765). Caliber is not so important, but was thinking a 45 would be a nice addition.
  14. armedandsafe

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    Sure wish shoes were more popular around here. FirstInLine says, "If you buy a gun, I buy a gun." Then she says "If I buy a gun, we'll talk about it." :D

    Pops
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