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March 8 2006 at 1:57 PM

Brew  (Login Brew.)
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Well I have not been on for some time Had the VA. put in hand controls in my truck so know I can drive it. They have me on morphine and some other drugs for the pain and other things.Was hard for me to type but they will cut on that soon and said it should be better for me. But the good news is that the PVA had a drawing for a hog hunt in Tx.And I was one of the whiners for three days hunt hope the airgun in 9mm will work? Tim whent over it for me and that is what I will take and maybe the Carrer 300.22 but i will see. Any one have an idea if this will work ok for me? Because I cant use a power burner it to hard on me so its the air for me. I wish that DAQ. had my .457 done I would take that but not yet.

 
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tallpaul
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why can't ya use a firearm? vs a bigbore Airgun? nt

March 8 2006, 2:52 PM 

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Arnie Elkins
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Read the original post!

March 8 2006, 3:11 PM 

He answered that question already.

Arnie

 
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tallpaul
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sorta missed the hard on me- that is a fallacy...

March 8 2006, 3:25 PM 

the right powderburner would do just the same in the recoil dept. Its physics. The weight times velocity makes the recoil.... can do the same with a centerfire pistol calibre rifle or a .22 mag even - now WANTING to is an excuse... can't or to hard is not.


    
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Dano
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re: weight times velocity makes the recoil

March 8 2006, 8:37 PM 

Energy equals half the mass times the velocity squared. This doesn't explain felt or perceived recoil. How quickly the projectile is accelerated makes a difference in perceived recoil. The quicker the acceleration of the projectile the higher the perceived recoil even though the total amount of energy is the same. The weight of the vehicle launching the projectile is also a factor in felt recoil.

 
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tallpaul
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yep I simplified it but even then there are suitable firearms in the recoil class..

March 8 2006, 10:22 PM 

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