Gun Report

Knight Disc Extreme DE706B .50 Cal. BP

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We had no malfunctions of any kind with the Knight. We found it to be pleasing to the eye, well balanced, and accurate with all loads tested.

Knight Disc Extreme DE706B .50 Cal. BP

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The overall fit and finish of this stainless, American-made rifle were excellent, we thought. The laminated-wood stock had a Monte Carlo cheekpiece, and the stock had roughened wood (which the company calls checkering) on the forend and grip. The inch-thick recoil pad was fitted cleanly to the stock. There were two sling swivels, but no sling was provided.
By unscrewing this knob, the red portion of the bolt is exposed and the rifle is ready to fire if the lever safety is also on fire. This was the only rifle tested with two safties.
We liked the fiber-optic sights, but they could be a little larger.
We thought this was the best looking rifle in the test. It has beautiful laminations in the wood.
The orange tab protruding out of the bolt lets you know a primer is installed. This was by far the best system for installing and removing primers, in our view.

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