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Sad that page .308 passed with nary a mention of 7.62 NATO or battle rifles.
As always... Criminals do the crimes but the lawful suffer from the consequencesSome guy did a mass shoot out with illegally owned firearms in Nova Scotia, legal gun owners pay the bill
Lame, that puts the last nail in the coffin as far as getting the guns I wanted to have.
You're right, I read up on it more and it doesn't work that way. Funny though because it definitely feels that way, especially with my NDM-86. That thing kicks like a mule.that doesn't make any sense mechanically.
in semi auto, the action doesn't add more energy to the equation.
if you have the same conditions (cartridge loading, gun weight, etc), the energy imparted on the system is the same.
the difference is that in a bolt action it all hits at once whereas in semi-auto the springs act like shock absorbers, essentially. the recoil impulse ist delayed and diffused a bit.