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How to Pronounce muzzleloader?

Correct pronunciation for the word "muzzleloader" is [mˈʌzə͡llˌə͡ʊdə], [mˈʌzə‍llˌə‍ʊdə], [m_ˈʌ_z_əl_l_ˌəʊ_d_ə].

What are the misspellings for muzzleloader?

  • nuzzleloader,
  • kuzzleloader,
  • juzzleloader,
  • myzzleloader,
  • mhzzleloader,
  • mjzzleloader,
  • mizzleloader,
  • m8zzleloader,
  • m7zzleloader,
  • muxzleloader,
  • muzleloader,
  • muzzeloader,
  • muzzleoader,
  • muzzelloader,
  • muzzlaloader,
  • muzzloader,
  • muzzeleloader,
  • miazzleloader,
  • muzzeloadar,
  • muzzloloader

"Muzzleloader" in context

A muzzleloader is a type of gun primarily used in pre-cartridge firearms eras. They use black powder and a projectile such as a bullet or a round ball and typically use an external ignition source like a match or fuse. The term muzzleloader originates from the fact that the ammunition is loaded through the muzzle, or front end, of the gun.

Muzzleloaders were among the first firearms used by early hunters and frontiersman. They were especially popular in America between approximately 1760 and 1840. During this time, rifles were typically equipped with rifled barrels that imparted spin onto the gun's projectile.

Usage over time for muzzleloader:

This graph shows how "muzzleloader" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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