Affordable 50-Cal Muzzleloaders: Knight Vs. Thompson/Center
It isnt hard to pick a winner here based on our testing. In terms of overall build quality, accuracy, user-friendliness and reliability, the T/C Omega is at the top of its price class by no small margin.
Muzzleloading has enjoyed unprecedented growth over the last 20 yearsunprecedented not just compared to its own prior popularity, but also compared to shooting sports in general. As of today, we have an estimated 3.5 to 4.5 million muzzleloading enthusiasts in the United States. Along the way, we have had offering of both good and bad equipmentsome additions that have made the sport safer, more enjoyable, practical, and effective, and more than a few attempts that have not.
The current story has its roots back in 1985, when railroad man William Anthony "Tony" Knight named his first muzzleloading rifle the "MK-85" after his daughter Michelle, and sought to modernize the sport. It
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