The modern shotgun will have a sharper recoil than the black powder. The recoil force will vary depending on the particular loading, but will tend to be heavier.
The cartridges used in a Remington 700 typically produce considerably more recoil.
Almost all- but the amount of recoil varies a lot. A .22 rifle has almost no recoil, a 12 gauge shotgun a lot.
Weight is what affects recoil. Cut the barrel, reduce the weight, recoil will increase if all else is equal.
A pump will have more recoil. The action of a semi-auto will absorb some of the recoil.
It is a shell for a shotgun that has less power than a standard shotshell, and produces less recoil, or "kick".
Similar to modern day shotgun
It's a Model 11 - made in 1916. Recoil operated with brass friction, lots of info on web do a search on the Remington Model 11.
It depends on the comparative charges of the ammunition. A rifle can have more recoil than a shotgun.
Virtually the same.
No. The 11-87 has a recoil spring & tube in the stock, the 870 uses a single bolt.
Possible, but, have a gunsmith check it out.
No, they do not. I called the company directly and they recommended a grind to fit model.
I guess one could argue the "perceived" recoil on a 1100 might be less because of the auto-loading mechanism might distribute recoil to other parts or lengthen the time for the same impact period but being their weight is also nearly identical I would say they are really the same. How bad is subjective and also depends on caliber, load, etc. BUT if someone hasn't taught you how to hold a shotgun up tight it'll beat the heck out of you.
My first guess would be that it needs a real good cleaning, this is a gas operated and not a recoil action. They haven't made them in about 50 years there might be a bit of junk in there ;) Remember this is also Remington's first gas operated shotgun it and there have been a lot of improvements it won't be as forgiving as modern versions.
The quick answer is a .410 bore - but there are relatively low recoil 12 ga. guns as well. Browning made a "recoiless" trap gun which almost is recoiless. In general, a gas-operated semi-auto will have less recoil, and in some cases this can be combined with a recoil-absorbing stock.
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I just received an A-5 recoil spring that was stated to fit the Remington model 11 12 gauge with a 5 round magazine tube . The A-5 spring was 3" longer than the original model 11 spring. Will it fit? Yes; after I shorten it.
The Mossberg 500 Stock is the stock for the Mossberg 500 shotgun. The stock would allow you to get a better grip on the shotgun and absorb some recoil from firing the shotgun.
ABOUT $300, depending on condition. Expect heavy recoil- extremely light rifle.
A Remington Scoremaster .22 rifle is well suited for target practice and small game hunting. It is also ideal for new shooters due to its low recoil and affordable ammunition.
Remington 8 is NOT gas operated. there is a recoil spring under the barrel shroud. they range from $350 to $650 depending on condition and caliber. Remington 8 is NOT gas operated. there is a recoil spring under the barrel shroud. they range from $350 to $650 depending on condition and caliber. Remington model 8 is NOT gas operated. it has recoiling barrel. there is a spring under the barrel shroud. prices are $350 to $650 depending on condition and caliber.