How do you find recoil capacity of the gun?


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2014-09-24 15:42:17
2014-09-24 15:42:17

You need to define recoil capacity. All firearms have some degree of recoil. However, recoil CAPACITY is not a term used with firearms.


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Recoil is the equal and opposite of the force driving the bullet. A heavier gun is a greater mass to be moved by that recoil.

as a VERB: This gun will recoil a lot. or: He recoiled at the awful sight of the wrecked car. as a NOUN: This gun has a lot of recoil. The recoil of a .338 magnum rifle is uncomfortable.

When a gun is fired, the projectile goes one way, the gun goes in the opposite direction. That is recoil. Recoil velocity would be the speed at which the gun moves when it recoils. Since the gun is heavier than the projectile, it will recoil more slowly than the projectile moves.

Bullet forward, gun back - as in when the gun is fired, the bullet goes forward, and the explosion pushes (recoil) the gun backwards.

Not all guns have a recoil spring. In the case of guns like the 1911A1 .45 cal pistol, when the gun fires, the slide is driven back by recoil (kick). The recoil spring is compressed, stops the slide from moving back, and pushes the slide forward for the next shot. Is does not make the gun recoil less.

The plural of recoil is recoils. As in "the gun recoils quite heavily".

the Recoil in a gun , is when you shoot, How much Movement it makes,(goes up or down or sideways) if its still Shooting it has low Recoil.. *be more Expecific Next time*

It can be either.The gun will recoil when he fires it (verb). If he is not careful, the recoil will dislocate his shoulder (noun)!

yes, paintball guns do have recoil, but no where near a real gun.

because the recoil is when the bullet forces the gun back and so the bullet creates the recoil and so it can't make it go just as fast

I recommend a 9mm. Glock or Springfield Armory= Most value for your money, largest magazine capacity and lightest recoil. A revolver of any manufacturer is going to have added recoil far less capacity and more time consuming to reload. Revolvers are highly inaccurate as well. A revolver has no spring or slide to absorb any recoil so in turn when you shoot a revolver the gun will jump upwards and it will take you longer to get your target back in your sights.

When I fired the gun, the recoil was much more powerful than expected.

Recoil when firing gun can be reduced by calculating which ammunition would be the lightest and slowest load while still getting the job done effectively. Also, a recoil pad may be installed to help reduce the amount of recoil.

The recoil of a bullet being fired from a gun is a good example, the action force is the gun pushing the bullet away from the gun and the reaction force is the bullet pushing back against the gun (recoil).

A .270 has a good amount of recoil i suggest getting a shoulder pad and a stand for the gun

Recoil is when the gun kicks from the cycling of the bolt or slide when ejecting spent cartridges.

muzzle velocity is the velocity of bullet and recoil velocity is the velocity of gun.

No Spread means that there is no recoil in your gun

because of the recoil effect.

There is a Reaction, called recall or kick. That should read "recoil."

Yes they do. They will have significant recoil. Shooters are taught to fire in bursts, and not like a garden hose, since recoil will push the gun off target if you fire continuously.

I think you're mistaking "revoke" for "recoil". In the case of firearms, recoil is the word that describes the rebounding force that the shooter feels after firing a gun. A cartridge is an unfired bullet plus a small amount of explosive material (ie: gunpowder) which are held together by an outer casing. When a gun is fired, a metal part called the hammer strikes the back end of the cartridge that is loaded in the chamber, igniting the gunpowder and creating a contained explosion inside the gun. The bullet seperates from its casing and is forced down and out of the barrel of the gun by the explosion, and the recoil the shooter feels is the force of the explosion, which is trapped inside the gun and escapes by pushing the bullet out of the only opening it can fit through. The force pushing the bullet and explosion out of the gun also pushes back in the opposite direction towards the shooter (aka: recoil). There is always recoil when a gun is fired, but experienced shooters can predict the force of recoil and brace themselves against it, keeping the gun steady in their hands. The larger the amount of gunpowder, the bigger the explosion and recoil caused by it.

Recoil from the explosion of the charge.

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