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How to Pronounce muzzleloaders?

Correct pronunciation for the word "muzzleloaders" is [mˈʌzə͡llˌə͡ʊdəz], [mˈʌzə‍llˌə‍ʊdəz], [m_ˈʌ_z_əl_l_ˌəʊ_d_ə_z].

What are the misspellings for muzzleloaders?

  • muzzleloarder,
  • muzzeloader,
  • nuzzleloaders,
  • kuzzleloaders,
  • juzzleloaders,
  • myzzleloaders,
  • mhzzleloaders,
  • mjzzleloaders,
  • mizzleloaders,
  • m8zzleloaders,
  • m7zzleloaders,
  • muxzleloaders,
  • muszleloaders,
  • muazleloaders,
  • muzxleloaders,
  • muzsleloaders,
  • muzaleloaders,
  • muzzkeloaders,
  • muzzleloders,
  • muzzle loders

"Muzzleloaders" in context

Muzzleloaders, also known as black powder guns, are muzzle-loaded firearms that were used at one time, but are no longer accepted as modern weapons. Muzzleloaders are named because they require the propellant charge and ball to be foampacked with a ramrod, instead of being loaded from the breech. Muzzleloaders are heavily associated with hunting and reenactment.

Muzzleloaders became the standard for firearms through the 16th century, slowly being replaced by cartridge-firing guns starting in the mid-1800s.

Usage over time for muzzleloaders:

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

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