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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#363 - boonfg **User deleted account**
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User avatar #415 to #363 - techketzer
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If the center of mass is ever so slightly off of the recoil's vector of force, the gun will pivot around it.

That translates to the muzzle rising as the gun does a fraction of a rotation around your shoulder in most firearm designs.
#388 to #363 - sprudlebass
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let's assume the chinese mobsters use the type83 smg, a modified chinese version of the PM63.
as you se int he immage, the upper reciever, bolt and all that other crap is situated above the trigger, so when you fire the gun the entire bolt will move backwards and forwards.
since it is situated above the trigger it will push your hand uppwards from that direction.
that is my theory off why the recoil would pull the gun sideways.

and no i am not saying all the chinese mobsters used this SMG, but the concept works on most regular SMG's
User avatar #378 to #363 - CorporalObvious
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Some muzzle breaks redirect some of the gases which causes the muzzle to climb
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User avatar #367 to #364 - krokot
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Recoil depends on the way you hold the gun and the way it interacts with your hand. If you hold it normally, it pushes your hand backwards. You hold handle of gun vertically, so it kind of jumps up because you can't hold still. If you move gun to horizontal position, the gun bumps into your hand and back horizontally also. It can't go up, because there's no force pushing it up, just sideways.

This is 100% true, I played a lot of Call of Duty so I'm verified gun expert.
#376 to #367 - anon id: 44fa98a7
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It might also have something to do with the firing mechanism. There's a lot going on inside the gun, which might send some force upward. Then again, I'm an anonymous pussy so I probably have no idea what I'm talking about.
#382 to #376 - krokot
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No, there's nothing forcing it UP(not counting weight of whole body of gun....), it just goes BACK. Which means that your hands stopping it forces it to bounce around. So, the way it bounces depends on way you hold it.

I played GTA too. I know all about guns bitch.