Recoil is the rearward push of a firearm when it is being discharged. The burning gasses and projectile exert a rearward force on the firearm. Recoil is determined by several factors: the size of the projectile, the amount of powder burned and weight of the firearm. Recoil along with muzzle blast are the two most common reasons some shooters develop a flinch.
Recoil can be controlled in several ways, the first by the installation of a muzzle break that vents gasses to the side and upward at the muzzle, the second by installing a recoil pad and the third by installing a mechanical dampener.
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