Thread: .45 recoil
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Old January 9, 2013, 07:23 AM   #5
PatientWolf
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I believe where the mass is located on the revolvers may also affect how the recoil is felt. In theory, if you have more mass on top of the barrel, the increased moment of inertia will decrease the tendency of the revolver to rotate in your grip (assuming the same shape and size grip), effectively meaning it would be more of a push than a snap, also allowing you to keep on target better.

Just my opinion.
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