recoil


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But perhaps she would recoil from a plot to take the life of Sikes, and that was one of the chief ends to be attained.
Barbicane returned to his lodging; but instead of snatching a few hours of repose, he passed the night in endeavoring to discover a means of evading the recoil of the projectile, and resolving the difficult problem proposed by Michel Ardan during the discussion at the meeting.
Its balance was incredible and the recoil impulse for its weight was unmatched by any other production duty rifle.
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The recoil pulse is basic Newton, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
HSM claims the loading has a reduction in recoil of 53 percent compared to standard loadings.
My youngest grandson finds this to have objectionable recoil.
In most articles on this caliber, a lot is made about how much recoil the 10mm has.
That would fit well with the rest of the theory about the merger of the two supermassive black holes at their centers, leading to the recoil.
Q Are there any disadvantages to placing a recoil reducer in a shotgun stock?
A buddy invited him to shoot some large-caliber rifles, and he was asking for my opinion on potential ill effects from extensive recoil.
A hydraulic shock absorber and Micro-Core buttpad reduce recoil by 70 percent--the Xcel is built to recoil parallel to the comb, so there's less chance of the gun hitting a woman's cheek.