NWTF Knight 12 ga muzzleloader value

JohnL48

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Any idea on value, thinking about selling, only shot a few times, never hunted with it

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Drycreek

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Have a look on Gunbroker and see what folks are asking. The Knights are fairly desirable if someone wants something a little better than the run of the mill MZ.
 

JohnL48

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You ought to give it a try,I had a double barrel and shot doves and a couple turkeys with it
I can never really get I to it. I have my eyes on the new Henry lever action 410 and this ML is the sacrificial gun I never use
 

DocHolladay

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These can bring a little money on gunbroker. The NWTF doesn’t add to the value. If anything, it will decrease the value(bluebook values are $50-200 less). It’s a sweet shotgun.


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DocHolladay

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Midway USA is selling a thumbhole tk2000 for $600(normally $740)


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E_308

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I won the same one years ago at a banquet. This was when their factory was in Centerville IA. I took it up there and traded up for a Knight Disc Extreme 50 cal like Jim Shockey was using at the time. At the local gun shops I couldn't get much trade in value out of the shotgun. Still have the Disc rifle.
 

DocHolladay

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You can work up some pretty tight and heavy loads for turkeys. Tony Smotherman lives close to me and I see him at my work place every so often. He was a pro staffer for them and has quite a few ML’s from them. From prototype to finished product. He loves it, but says that it kicks like a mule with a heavy load in it. I can’t find the commercial, but he managed to get the shot in flight and it showed, perfectly, the shot string size and pattern, on film. I would love to have one, but I complain about a 3” 2oz load(sighting in).


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