Knight Rifles Has New Ownership


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arcticap
April 14, 2010, 04:39 AM
And there's a coupon code for 10% off all orders.

KNIGHT RIFLES HAS NEW OWNERSHIP.

Athens, TN: On March 15, 2010, PI, Inc., acquired the Knight Rifles brand, intellectual properties and real estate in Centerville, Iowa. For the immediate future, Knight Rifles will be relocated to Athens, TN, where PI, Inc., is headquartered.

PI, Inc., President Jeff Beene says, "We hope to make this a seamless transition for all the loyal Knight Rifles customers. It will take us a few days to get all of the Knight Rifles goods moved to our facility, but we hope to be shipping orders next week."

Several members of the PI, Inc., management team have been loyal Knight Rifles owners in the past and that spurred the interest in purchasing the brand when Knight Rifles ceased gun production in July 2009. Beene stated, "I'm very impressed with my personal Knight Rifles and want to breathe new life into this brand that started the muzzle loading world as we know it today."

The immediate plans are to continue the excellent customer service for which Knight has always been known. Warranty for all rifles except the KP1 and Revolution (I and II) will still be handled in the Knight Rifles warranty center in Centerville, Iowa. The KP1 and Revolutions will be serviced from the Pradco Outdoor Brands Decatur, Alabama, Facility.

President Jeff Beene does want muzzle loader hunters to know that the long term plan for Knight Rifles is to return to its roots and once again manufacture the best inline muzzle loaders on the market.

http://www.knightrifles.com/

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alsaqr
April 14, 2010, 08:18 AM
I hope that Knight can be resurrected as a gunmaker. So long as they stayed focused the company built a good product. Then the company got carried away with a proliferation of models that had had defects and models that did not sell well. The .52 caliber is a case in point: The company spent an awful lot of money on that thing and it was a solid flop.

The Knight Revolution came out and it had a lot of problems. Instead of just dropping the model they came out with the Revolution II.

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