I have a question.
When you ram the ball or bullet home on a traditional muzzle-loader, I assume that the air in the barrel escapes through the flash hole as the ball is seated.
I don't see anywhere in the Electra system for the air to go -- so I assume that as you ram the ball/bullet you are also compressing the air in the barrel.
Does this air-compression cause the Electra to require more effort to load?
If so, how much more effort? If not, why not?
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