Thread: .45 recoil
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Old January 13, 2013, 08:23 AM   #27
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Have you ever compared

Then you’re saying that if you shoot a revolver which doesn’t have a slide with the same caliber round its recoil is ALMOST non-extistent? I will agree that recoil is different due to the slide action delaying the pressure felt by the hand but equal and opposite reaction is the law.
And I have fired air and spring rifles. The one that had the least recoil was a double spring system where two springs bring two pistons together. Each spring works against each other and cancels any movement of the gun.
Which does prove your point, but the statement that the recoil it's not there when the slide is locked back VS when is allowed to cycle?
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