The Electric Fire Muzzleloader is a muzzleloader style firearm which utilizes an electric apparatus to produce a spark during the gun firing process.
Inventor Sean Robertson, a rancher from Deming, NM has created a muzzleloader style firearm which utilizes an electric apparatus to produce a spark during the gun firing process.
Many people still enjoy using muzzleloader style firearms which use black powder. These firearms utilize the ancient principle of striking flint and steel together to produce a spark which ignites the black power, and propels a projectile forward. As these guns are fired, a small piece of flint is propelled by a spring when the trigger is pressed. The flint then strikes down on a hardened steel face, and produces a spray of sparks. The sparks, with the use of primer powder, then ignites the main charge. However, such a mechanical system is not always reliable and often results in misfires, and subsequent missed shots. Inventor Robertson has created a means by which the spark producing process on muzzleloader firearms can be improved to prevent these problems.
This clever new invention uses a spark plug system in lieu of flint and steel plate. An electric fire system utilizes black powder. It eliminates misfires and missed shots. The electrical charge is stored in the capacitor. The invention increases safety. The use of the Electric Fire Muzzleloader provides a reliable firing mechanism for muzzleloader style rifles, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.