- from muzzle + load + -er (Wiktionary)
“When I was 19 I purchased a Mossberg 500 16 ga. and a T/C Renegade muzzleloader from a guy I knew getting divorced.”
“A muzzleloader is better but a 12 gauge is to heavy and cant compete ballistically with a 20 gauge.”
“But I guess the definition of what a muzzleloader is depends on what the definition of "is" is.”
“If you ever build a muzzleloader from a kit, don't blue the nipple.”
“My muzzleloader is way less primitive than my Winchester 94 30-30.”
“But they even say a muzzleloader is considered unloaded for transport if the battery is removed.”
“A muzzleloader is the only type of rifle I can buy and walk out with.”
“Yes | No | Report from william anderson wrote 3 years 4 weeks ago traditional? not!! the people who use an electronic ignition system on their muzzleloader are the same who, probaly, support deer darting competions. this is ridulous!! why even have a "traditional" season, if one is allowed to use this kind of modern technology?? in my opinion, this is going to far.”
“So is it a "muzzleloader" or does it come with shells?”
“The credit card-sized shotgun is a muzzleloader, meaning it doesn't use shotgun shells.”
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