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Old 01-01-2014, 10:37 PM
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Where are the best online places to purchase one and what are the going prices?

Which ignition system is working best for BH209

And lastly what is everyone's favorite scope mount for the UltraLite?

I saw where Sabotloader had a DNZ on his . How was the weight on that?
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Old 01-02-2014, 06:29 AM
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I looked into one last year and I believe Carlos at Ed's Gun Shop was the cheapest. Plus you can throw a can or two of BH209 on your order and not have to pay the hazmat.
As for ignition I would order the bare 209 ignition unless you think you'll hunt somewhere that requires the western set up. In that case I would buy it as a western set up and then buy the bare 209 conversion.
For a scope mount I would buy the DNZ. Never used one buy heard great things about it for the cost.
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:35 AM
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Originally Posted by edwardCVAmason View Post
Where are the best online places to purchase one and what are the going prices?
I can only tell you about prices out here...

Bob's Sporting Goods - Longview, WA $699.00
Sportsman's Warehouse - $749.00
Big R -$750.00

Those were 2013 retail prices but most are sold out of them and what they might be in 2014 - I am not sure.

Which ignition system is working best for BH209
I would suggest NFPJ - bare primer and corresponding bolt with primer rails.

And lastly what is everyone's favorite scope mount for the UltraLite?

I saw where Sabotloader had a DNZ on his . How was the weight on that?
I do not use the DNZ, I do not want anything across the receiver opening. Most often I use Warne or Leopold mounts and bases. It took me awhile to warm up to QR mounts but today I use them as they offer some additional flexibility...



Weight... weighing the rifle with scope (Redfield Revenge 3x9x42 15 ozs., with steel rings, scope covers, steel mounts, sling and loaded with a hunting load it weights 7lbs 11ozs.

Drop the scope and add the NECG peep sight the rifle drops to around 6lbs 9 ozs.

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Old 01-02-2014, 12:32 PM
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Originally Posted by edwardCVAmason View Post
Where are the best online places to purchase one and what are the going prices?

Which ignition system is working best for BH209

And lastly what is everyone's favorite scope mount for the UltraLite?

I saw where Sabotloader had a DNZ on his . How was the weight on that?
1-Not sure of best pricing at all.

2-The bare 209 primer is the best way to go with all Knight bolt action Muzzleloaders.

3-Warne QR rings and steel mounts are second to none.
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