From its inclusion of a VHS-format instructional tape in its box, its serial number of 384xxx, and our knowledge of its journey from Modern Muzzleloading Company to a liquidation point in our closest-by Sister State, Mississippi, we estimate that this Brand New Knight / MML .54 Caliber MK-85 was manufactured in the early to mid 1990s. It has never been sold, loaded, or fired, and it has all its original papers and original box. We have the factory conversion to 209 primer with the rifle, and the conversion kit is also NIB. Last photo shows the bolt itself.
These sold a few years ago, in their heyday, for upwards of $500 apiece. We’re offering this one, however, for only $169.95 "$175 out the door" for walk-in customers, $175 including 9 3/4% Tennessee Sales Tax.
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