When a rifle begins to fail in accuracy, action bedding is often the best course of action. Here’s how I applied receiver bedding to a Knight DISC Extreme muzzleloader.
by Norman E. Johnson
Some time ago a hunter brought to me a Knight Rifles DISC Extreme muzzleloader that was troublesome. The 209 shotgun primers were showing erratic ignition. This was traced to faulty primer percussion and corrected by reworking the firing pin nose tip. The same muzzleloading rifle was also producing double groups with vertical shot stringing.
Such problems can often be traced to…
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