I was proweling thrugh wiki and came across the Kammerlander Norways first breech loading rifle of the 1840's, fired a lead projectile paper ctg and set off by percussion cap!
its just amazing how the action is actuated on this early Martial Arm. Kammerlader - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
mounted on the side of the weapon operates the kammerlader
. Rotating the crank opens the breech of the weapon, allowing for loading. The use of paper cartridges
— a pre-measured amount of gunpowder and a lead bullet wrapped in paper — also sped up the rate of fire
. While not as fast as more modern rifles, which use fixed cartridges, the kammerlader
was much faster than contemporary muzzleloading rifles