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Recoil is found in every firearm because it’s part of the physics of shooting. It’s that kick of energy you feel after pulling the trigger that causes your muzzle to lift, making it difficult to maintain sight control and re-acquire targets. The result is shoulder pain and poor accuracy.
Recoil is a problem that exists in every shooting platform although its more pronounced in larger caliber weapons. Shoulder pain is the most noticeable side effect of recoil and the US DoD has studied the effects of recoil for shoulder fired weapons and established safety limits on the number of rounds fired based on weapon class.
Recoil is part of the physics of shooting and is found in every firearm, often time reducing user enjoyment. It’s that kick of energy you feel after the trigger is pulled that causes your muzzle to lift, making it difficult to maintain sight control and re-acquire targets. Stock rifles comes with a buffer and spring to absorb some of the shock and enable chambering of the next round.
There are countless accessories like recoil pads and muzzle brakes which claim massive recoil reduction, but few measure up when properly tested. Other systems often require expensive tooling or generate additional hazards such as muzzle blasts. Exactly how much recoil energy a weapon produces depends on four factors:
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