Which of the following firearms is an example of an inline percussion muzzleloader? We will begin with Old West and New West then cover commercial loading and stopping with a repeating firing pistol. Note that while these are a common type of firearm, they are very different from a true muzzleloader. A muzzleloader actually loads and fires by means of a primer. Thus, it would be more proper to state that it loads and fires by means of a primer rather than an igniter.
The differences between a muzzleloader and a rifled shot are significant. In a muzzleloader, percussion primers or percussion tubes ignite the powder or ball and help propel the bullet down the barrel. This is opposed to a rifled gun in which a rifled tube or bolt is used to load and ignite the primer. As can be seen by the use of the terms interchangeably, both employ the same basic mechanism. For further comparison, note that while rifled guns use a long (R) shaped tube to house the primer, the muzzleload uses a short (L) tube that is affixed to the end of the rifle’s barrel.
The next question, which of the following firearms is an example of an inline percussion muzzleloader? It is a shotgun that uses a projecting cylindrical drum or priming block to load the shotgun cartridge and pressurize it. Note that there is a difference between a shotgun and a rifled gun.
The shotgun is fired by a round head of a gun. The round head is cylindrical in shape. The round head is supported by a rifled tube that is affixed to the end of the shotgun shell. To break down the primer, the shotgun is directed into the primer tube, which pushes the round head up and outward until it breaks off.
The final question, which of the following firearms is an example of an inline percussion muzzleloader? Which firearm is this? The final question is the answer. A shotgun is a shotgun that fires a shot by using a shotgun shell, which is a compressed gas fueled by CO2.
Now you have the two main types of muzzleloaders and you are equipped with the knowledge to answer the question which of the following firearms is an example of an inline percussion muzzleloader? Congratulations! You just learned about three different types of muzzleloaders and three different types of shotgun shells. The shotgun, and all other types of muzzleloading firearms are divided into three categories, which I will go over now. Go out there and hunt!