Misfire may refer to:
  • Misfire (Transformers), the Transformers character
  • Misfire (That '70s Show), an episode from That '70s Show
  • Misfiring behavior, in biology
  • An engine misfire, see catalytic converter
    Catalytic converter
    A catalytic converter is a device used to convert toxic exhaust emissions from an internal combustion engine into non-toxic substances. Inside a catalytic converter, a catalyst stimulates a chemical reaction in which noxious byproducts of combustion are converted to less toxic substances by dint...

  • A song on Queen's album Sheer Heart Attack
    Sheer Heart Attack
    Sheer Heart Attack is the third album by the British rock group Queen, released in November 1974. It was produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker and distributed by EMI in the United Kingdom, and Elektra in the United States....

  • A cartridge
    Cartridge (firearms)
    A cartridge, also called a round, packages the bullet, gunpowder and primer into a single metallic case precisely made to fit the firing chamber of a firearm. The primer is a small charge of impact-sensitive chemical that may be located at the center of the case head or at its rim . Electrically...

     that does not discharge or that only partially discharges when fired in a cartridge-firing firearm.
  • A muzzleloader
    A muzzleloader is any firearm into which the projectile and usually the propellant charge is loaded from the muzzle of the gun . This is distinct from the more popular modern designs of breech-loading firearms...

     that does not fire when the trigger is squeezed.
  • A Philadelphia Deringer
    Henry Deringer
    Henry Deringer was an American gunsmith. He invented, and gave his name to the Deringer pistol. Further development and copying of his design resulted in the derringer pistol that was generically manufactured widely by other companies.He was born in Easton, Pennsylvania on Oct...

    that does not fire when the trigger is squeezed.
  • A Brooklyn based mid to late 70's rock band
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