Kind of. I have a fake (er, "reproduction") 1874 Sharps No.3 Long Range Rifle by Navy Arms that I use to hunt with during muzzleloader season. I don't use real black powder because it's dirty and corrosive and useless if it gets wet.
It's fun and a lot more similar to bow hunting.
Depending on the rifle there is a distinct 1/2 second pause after the trigger before it shoots.
It's also exciting when you are fucking around when tamping down the powder in a hot rifle and you get a spark and the tamp (or whatever the rod is called) shoots up in the air. Brings to home the "always point in a safe direction" instruction.