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    PX4 Recoil

    can anyone tell me how the "rotating barrell" in the PX4 Storm reduces recoil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qpoint View Post
    can anyone tell me how the "rotating barrell" in the PX4 Storm reduces recoil?
    Think back to your physics classes. It takes energy to move something. Therefore, the more a barrel moves, the more energy it uses, and therefore there is less energy to be transferred to your hand. That is why fixed-barrel pistols have more felt recoil than does a linked barrel (or rotating barrel).

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    Thanks Phil. Appreciate it. So simple and very well explained. By the way--- never took physics, so congratulations on giving me my first class.

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