Tony Knight - Father of the Modern Muzzleloader

sabotloader

Senior Member
Joined
Nov 30, 2012
Messages
1,144
Location
Northern Idaho
I just learned tonight that Tony Knight has passed away at the age of 67. A lot of us know who he was and what he did for muzzleloading yet there are so many today that do not know how innovative he was. His visions were just ahead of the time.

Prayers for Tony and his entire family and his family of friends.
 

Kevin Root

Senior Member
Joined
Apr 28, 2012
Messages
369
Location
San Jose, California, United States
I can remember when Knight muzzleloaders first came out in the mid 80's. It was inovation for the world of muzzleloading. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends during this difficult time.
 

Kevin Root

Senior Member
Joined
Apr 28, 2012
Messages
369
Location
San Jose, California, United States
Just saw this and thought I'd note it here.

Many of you knew Tony Knight who passed away Monday. The family will receive friends at the Thomas Funeral Home in Centerville, Iowa on Friday evening (tomorrow). Funeral services will be Saturday morning at the funeral home. Interment will be Saturday in Martinstown, Missouri with military honors.

http://thomasfh.funeralplan2.com/ob...-24954.tributes.com/show/tony-knight-95445155
 

robby denning

Administrator
Staff member
Joined
Feb 25, 2012
Messages
11,856
Location
SE Idaho
I missed this post, too.

God bless Tony Knight. We might have never known the potential of a 45 cal it weren't for him. Love him or hate him, he changed muzzleloading forever.
 
Top