Gun Report

Knight Shadow KS606C 50 Caliber

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A heavy trigger, overall poor build quality, an unusable ramrod, a filthy breech area plagued by primer spittle, and reliability issues all combined to leave us sorely disappointed.

Knight Shadow KS606C 50 Caliber

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Hunting
Recreational
Price
Caliber/Gauge
Caliber Plus Cartridge
Weight Unloaded
Warranty
Length of Pull
Barrel Finish
Sights
Trigger Pull Weight

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The Knight breech plug was comparatively filthy, allowing 209 primers to spit their material all over the inside of the breechplug area and action. The breechplug was positioned way too far inside the barrel.
The hang-firing Knight shot adequately at 75 yards, but significantly looser than the Omega.
Despite the use of high rings, the Knight Shadow had inadequate hammer to scope clearance to easily cock the gun, particularly with gloved hands.

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