Chuck hawks recoil chart. Yes, they shoot quite well in my gun. The bullet essentially is the excellent Barnes 250 grain Spit-fire T-EZ flat base, but sized to .4485 inch. The green sabot is a proprietary Remington sabot, developed by MMP and Remington specifically for the Remington 700 Ultimate. It has a 25-30% higher tensile strength than any other sabot.

The .375 H&H Magnum produces more than 35 ft.-lbs. of felt recoil with a nine-pound rifle. The .416 Rigby wallops shooters with 58 ft-lbs. of recoil with a 10-pound rifle, according to Chuck Hawks' recoil table. If you've shot a full-bore .45-70, you know about what the .375 feels like.

Chuck hawks recoil chart. The two models that are most similar to the two Browning 1885 models are also perhaps the most typical No. 1's: the No. 1-A Light Sporter (22 inch round barrel, Alexander Henry forearm), and the No. 1-B Standard Rifle (26 inch round barrel, semi-beavertail forearm). The 1-A weighs 6.25 pounds while the 1-B weighs 8 pounds.

Chuck Hawks recoil table indicates the 35 has a bit more recoil than a 30-06. Can't be all that bad. 03 January 2010, 04:29. JonP. ... Both have the new soft recoil pads...recoil for the 180gr in 06 is more than the 200 in the Whelen...I usually reload the 250gr in the Whelen and the recoil is more a push than the sharp recoil from a 7 mag or ...

Rab. I 23, 1440 AH ... Here is a recoil chart. https://www.chuckhawks.com/recoil_table.htm. Like.By. .450/400 2" NE, .416 Ruger, .416 Rem. Mag., .416 Rigby, .500/416. The .400 Jeffery Nitro Express or the .450/400 3" Nitro Express was designed by Jeffery in 1902. This fine cartridge almost faded into oblivion, but thanks to some sports writers and small manufacturers like BELL, and now Hornady and Ruger, it still lives.

The 308 is the standard hunting cartridge today. While it's got about the same ballistics as the previously most popular 30-06, it does it in a short action and with less recoil. Distance is decent and ammunition is inexpensive. The 308 is also used by many militaries as a sniping round as the (metric) 7.62×51.Remington's 360 Buckhammer, easily a 200 yard cartridge, takes care of things quite nicely. Right now, the 360 Buckhammer has been announced in two Core-Lokt loadings: a 2200 fps 200 grain round (.181 static BC), and a 2400 fps 180 grain round (.178 static BC). Sticker price is $36.99 for either round for a box of 20 cartridges.The Winchester Model 1895. The Winchester Model 1895 rifle was the last rifle designed for Winchester by John Browning. It was introduced to the public in 1896. Like earlier Winchester lever actions, the 1895 ejected spent brass out the top of the receiver. In other ways this new big game rifle was a departure from previous Winchester rifles.By Chuck Hawks. Having spent the time and effort to devise a rifle cartridge killing power formula that has a positive correlation with actual results in the field, it seemed appropriate to use that formula to compare the killing power of various hunting rifle cartridges and loads. ... However, the Remington Managed Recoil .30-30 125 grain/2175 ...A: A .243 or 6mm rifle of the same weight kicks less than a .30-30. I own both and I can definitely tell the difference. As it happens, I had both my 6mm and .30-30 rifles at the range recently and a couple of my shooting pals mentioned the difference in recoil. The .30-30 kicks about 30% harder.The .38 Special is the most popular of all centerfire revolver cartridges. It was introduced in 1902 by Smith & Wesson, and has since become a worldwide cartridge. Ammunition is available everywhere handguns are legal. Like almost all pistol cartridges called ".38" the .38 Special actually takes .357" diameter bullets.Comparing both cartridges in 7.5 pound rifles, the .223 firing a 62 grain bullet at a 3,020 fps. generates only 4.07 ft. lbs. of recoil energy; the .308 firing a 150 grain bullet at 2,800 fps. generates 17.72 ft. lbs. of recoil energy. (All recoil figures are taken from the "Rifle Recoil Table" on my Guns & Shooting Page.)Dubbed the Henry Long Ranger, the initial offering of the new rifle is a traditionally styled (as much as is possible, given the new action and a detachable box magazine) lever action carbine with a round, sporter contour, 20" barrel and a two-piece, walnut stock. There is an external hammer and a traditional style lever.Here are the implications of doing so: The .240 Weatherby Mag. load with 100 grain Norma bullet has a KPS of 14.5 at 255 yards; the 6mm Creedmoor 95 grain load KPS is 15.1 at 260 yards; the 97 grain .243 Winchester load gets a KPS of 14.2 and the 100 grain .243 load a KPS of 14.8, at 255 and 245 yards, respectively.

By Chuck Hawks. By "minimum," I mean minimum in recoil and therefore most comfortable for young, old, infirm and recoil sensitive shooters. Of course, these low recoil cartridges must be adequate in killing power to humanely harvest average North American deer with a solid hit in the vital heart/lung area.. I am not referring to trophy bucks here.Rifle Trajectory Table. In order to hit a distant target a rifle must be correctly sighted-in, and to accomplish that the shooter must have some working knowledge of the bullet's trajectory. Sighting-in a hunting rifle to hit a certain number of inches high at 100 yards (or 100 meters) maximizes the point blank range of the rifle and cartridge ...The CVA Optima V2 rifle was introduced at the 2013 SHOT Show in Las Vegas. Although it has the same name as previous Optima muzzleloaders and the stock and barrel are essentially the same, the new Optima V2 borrows its action and trigger designs from the top-of-the-line Accura V2 series. The Optima V2 uses the same trigger-guard actuation ...The following table provides a basis for the overall comparison. Weatherby Vanguard. Tikka T3 Lite. Calibers.223 Rem, .22-250 Rem, .243 Win, .257 Wby, .270 Win, .308 Win, .30-06, 7mm Rem Mag, .300 Win Mag, .300 WSM, .300 Wby, .338 Win Mag ... the Weatherby stock design seems to push recoil down and away from the shooter's face, which reduces ...

By Chuck Hawks. The 20 gauge has a nominal bore diameter of .615 inch. It is the Queen of upland guns and also widely used for skeet and sporting clays shooting, for which there are special 20 gauge events. It is also an excellent shotgun for the beginning shooter. 20 gauge shells are very widely distributed and available at relatively low cost.

Ejecta weight or ejecta velocity change alters free recoil on about a 2:1 ratio. Longer barrels are required for proper combustion and the resultant gas expansion with heavier charges, contingent on grain size. Pressures have ranged from 5,000 psi for shotguns to 25,000 psi or so for rifles. The notion that blackpowder can "ONLY" produce low ...

By Chuck Hawks. Weatherby introduced their new 6.5-300 Magnum cartridge, the biggest and fastest 6.5mm commercial cartridge in the world, in 2016. The parent .300 Weatherby case is based on the full length .300 H&H Magnum case blown out to increase powder capacity and given the trademark Weatherby double radius shoulder.With the 165-grain loads mentioned above, the .308 Win. will produce about 17 ft.-lbs. of recoil energy while the .30-06 will produce about 20 ft.-lbs., according to Chuck Hawks' recoil table. In other words, the Springfield's 7% extra muzzle energy translates to about 18% more recoil energy with a 165-grain bullet.The .338 Federal. By Chuck Hawks. Illustration courtesy of Federal Cartridge. The .338 Federal represents the first time in its long history that the Federal Cartridge Company has put its name on the headstamp of a cartridge. Federal's offering is based on a .308 Winchester case necked-up to accept standard .338" diameter bullets.According to the Shotgun Recoil Table the recoil energy of a 1 ounce target load at 1180 fps in a typical 7.5 pound gun is 17.3 ft. lbs., about like the recoil of a .270 rifle. The typical promotional shell with 1 ounce of shot at 1290 fps in the same shotgun hits back with around 20.8 ft. lbs. of recoil energy, about like an average .30-06 rifle.

It is possible to measure a shell’s recoil with the help of this unwieldy formula: (mshotvshot + mwadvwad + 4,700 * mpowder) 2/64.348* mgun. Basically, this equation takes into account the mass and velocity of the shot and wad, the mass of the propellant, and the mass of the gun. Plug in the right numbers, and you can calculate recoil energy.The 8mm Remington Magnum is based on a full (.375 H&H) length magnum case. This means it is restricted to use in single shot rifles, double rifles, and bolt action rifles with "magnum" length actions. The current Remington Premier factory load drives the 200 grain Swift A-Frame PSP bullet (SD .274) at a MV of 2,900 fps with a ME of 3,734 ft. lbs.These are recoil levels that generally will not be daunting for even neophyte, small statured, or recoil sensitive shooters. Recoil of the .240 Weatherby Mag. loads is at a different level. The milder load, with the Norma spitzer bullet, has about the same recoil as an 8 pound .270 Winchester rifle, firing a 110 grain bullet at 3200 fps (the ...30-30 Winchester is the most popular medium range CXP2 class game cartridge ever devised. Its recoil is sufficiently moderate that most hunters, even those who ...Recoil E. (ft. lbs.) Recoil V. (fps).25 ACP (50 at 800) 0.75: 0.9: 8.7: 7.62x25 Tokarev (110 at 1330) 2.2: 4.1: 11.0.30 Carbine (110 at 1400) 3.0: 4.9: 10.2.32 ACP (71 at 910) 1.0: 1.7: …By Chuck Hawks. The new .325 Winchester Short Magnum (WSM) cartridge is actually a .315 caliber by bore diameter and a .323 caliber by groove (or bullet) diameter. ... as long as the shooter can tolerate the substantial recoil. Winchester factory loads for the .325 WSM include a 180 grain Ballistic Silvertip bullet and a 200 grain Accu-Bond ...A: A .243 or 6mm rifle of the same weight kicks less than a .30-30. I own both and I can definitely tell the difference. As it happens, I had both my 6mm and .30-30 rifles at the range recently and a couple of my shooting pals mentioned the difference in recoil. The .30-30 kicks about 30% harder.Shotgun Recoil Table. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction; that is one of the physical laws of our universe. This means that the momentum of a shotgun's reaction will exactly equal the momentum of the wad, shot and powder gasses ejected from the barrel. In the shooting sports we call that reaction recoil or "kick."Per Chuck Hawks' Rifle Recoil Table for .44 Rem Mag with a comparison to .308 Winchester. Please note that a lighter rifle and one with a small buttplate will produce more felt recoil than one with a larger one. In addition, a solid buttplate vs a rubber recoil pad will also influence felt recoil. In the table below rifle weight is given in ...Chuck Hawks shares his knowledge about rifle cartridges for elk hunting. Elk Cartridges . By Chuck Hawks. ... (at least 250 yards). Many hunters find the muzzle blast and recoil of these cartridges intimidating, particularly when shooting the heavier weight bullets properly used for elk, but few will admit it. This category includes such ...By Chuck Hawks. The .300 WSM (Winchester Short Magnum) is the most popular and widely distributed of the modern crop of short magnum cartridges in terms of both factory loaded ammunition and rifles available. It has slightly less powder capacity than the standard length .300 Winchester Magnum. With bullets in the 150-180 grain weight range ...The 2016 MSRP for a box of 20 Hornady .450 Bushmaster cartridges is $42.45, so the .450 is definitely a cartridge worth reloading. -1.5" at muzzle, +1.83" at 50 yards, +2.99" at 100 yards, +1.53" at 150 yards, -3.11" at 200 yards, -11.59" at 250 yards. The .450 is about a 200 yard cartridge for Class 2 game and perhaps somewhat less for Class 3 ...To order the latest books by Marshall and Sanow, follow my link to Evan Marshal's Stopping Power web page. For experienced shooters the headings of most of the columns above are self-explanatory. For everyone else: "Caliber" is the common name of the cartridge tested; "Load" is the brand of ammunition tested; "Bullet" is the weight (in grains ...The Browning A-5, the most important semi-automatic shotgun ever made, is likely also one of the most misunderstood shotguns, despite its 110 year history. There is an amazing amount of misinformation and misunderstanding about what it was, what it is and what it does. Although at its best in the field, the A-5 won its fair share of National ...By Chuck Hawks. The new .325 Winchester Short Magnum (WSM) cartridge is actually a .315 caliber by bore diameter and a .323 caliber by groove (or bullet) diameter. ... as long as the shooter can tolerate the substantial recoil. Winchester factory loads for the .325 WSM include a 180 grain Ballistic Silvertip bullet and a 200 grain Accu-Bond ...By Chuck Hawks. The .257 Magnum is one of the early Weatherby calibers, designed in 1944. It is one of the most popular Weatherby calibers, combining very high velocity, flat trajectory, and tolerable recoil. It is reputed to have been Roy Weatherby's favorite cartridge. Weatherby offers several factory loads for the .257 Mag.Chuck Hawks shares information about service and home defense handguns in this version of his Service and Home Defense Handgun Chart. Service & Home Defense Handguns. By Chuck Hawks. Pistol: Action type: Caliber: Finish: Weight in oz. Length (inches) Barrel length "Sights: Cap.By Chuck Hawks. Win. Model 70 Super Grade. Illustration courtesy of U.S. Repeating Arms Co., Inc. The Winchester Model 70 is one of the best known rifles in the world. It is probably equaled only by the Mauser 98 as a revered icon among bolt action rifles. The Model 70's immediate predecessor was the Model 54. The Model 54 was produced from ...By Chuck Hawks. The Winchester Model 24 side-by-side shotgun went into production in 1939 and stayed in the line until 1958. ... Early models had a hard butt plate, later this was changed to a ventilated recoil pad. A single trigger, ejectors, ventilated rib, engraving and other upscale options were never offered. Our sample Model 24, owned by ...

Guns and Shooting Online member Clayton Yendry wrote to me and argued persuasively for a subjective recoil article, as he felt that the kick of his .325 WSM rifle was less severe than expected, based on the data in the objective "Expanded Rifle Recoil Table" and articles about the .325 WSM. After an exchange of e-mails and against my better ... Moderate recoil makes for accurate shooting, and this has always been the 7x57's forte. According to my Rifle Recoil Table, the 140 grain bullet at 2700 fps in an 8 pound rifle generates about 12.5 ft. lbs. of recoil energy. At 2800 fps the 140 grain bullet fired in the same rifle kicks with about 14 ft. lbs. of energy, still under the 15 ft ...The .264, .270 and 7mm Magnums listed above can be chambered in rifles weighing 8.25 to 10.25 pounds, which most shooters today would consider medium to heavy. The .300 Magnums require rifles so heavy that most shooters would decline to carry them on a hunt. Of course, you can build practically any cartridge into a lightweight rifle, but would ...By Chuck Hawks. Note:For an expanded version of this table showing more loads, including British, European, wildcat, proprietary and obsolescent American calibers, see the Expanded and Improved Rifle Ballistics Table. There are dozens of loads for any given bullet weight in any cartridge that will produce different velocity and energy figures.Recoil Score*. Recoil Level. 1-2. Low Recoil. 3-4. Moderate Recoil. 5-10. High Recoil. The following table provides handgun recoil energy, recoil velocity and normalized recoil score for the most common handgun cartridges based on respective projectile weight, projectile velocity, powder charge and handgun weight.By Chuck Hawks. In 2004, at the SHOT trade show, Smith and Wesson unveiled their .500 Magnum cartridge in a special, long cylinder/long frame revolver specially designed for the oversized cartridge. ... Recoil. Greater recoil is always bad. It makes accurate bullet placement more difficult by increasing flinching and increases the recovery time ...

Improved Rifle Ballistics Table. By Chuck Hawks. For an expanded version of this table showing more loads, including British, European, wildcat, proprietary and obsolescent American calibers, see the "Expanded and Improved Rifle Ballistics Table" on the Tables, Charts and Lists Page. There are dozens of loads for any given bullet weight in any cartridge that will produce different velocity and ...Neither produce much felt recoil, which makes them perfect for lighter rifles and newer hunters. The .30-30 only produces about 10 foot-pounds (ft.-lbs.) of energy with a 7.5-pound rifle, according to Chuck Hawks' recoil table. A .35 Rem. hits a little harder, but only clocks in at 13 ft.-lbs. ...It spreads the recoil forces over a larger area of your shoulder, so that it is possible to benchrest a powerful rifle and zero it for the load you will take hunting without getting your brains beat out. (So will a Caldwell Lead Sled rifle rest. -Ed.) The $25.00 investment is worth the expense. Take it off when you go on your hunt, but use my ...Recoil Score*. Recoil Level. 1-2. Low Recoil. 3-4. Moderate Recoil. 5-10. High Recoil. The following table provides handgun recoil energy, recoil velocity and normalized recoil score for the most common handgun cartridges based on respective projectile weight, projectile velocity, powder charge and handgun weight.In the shooting sports we call that reaction recoil or "kick." It can be measured or computed empirically and has been for this recoil table. Do not forget that rifle weight is a crucial factor in the recoil equation, inversely proportional to recoil. Increase the gun weight by, say, 25% and the recoil goes down by 25%. Very few medium bore rifle cartridges shooting standard factory loads kick less than 15 ft. lbs. Perusing the Expanded Rifle Recoil Table, among the medium bore cartridges currently available in factory made rifles, only the .35 Remington and .38-55 Winchester kick less than 15 ft. lbs. when fired in rifles weighing eight pounds or less. Even ... Browning BPM-D. Photo by David Tong. The term �WonderNine,� was a term applied by the gun press to double-action 9x19mm pistols with double stack magazines, typically holding 13 or more cartridges. The earliest example of the type was the Smith and Wesson Model 59, which combined the Walther P-38 DA system and the staggered-column ...Chuck Hawks has written a couple of good, objective articles on the .25-06 as well as a comparison with the 270 Winchester. Make sure to check those out (on the Rifle Cartridge Page) as well. ... Recoil in rifles of equal weight is 5 ft. lbs. less than the .270 Winchester shooting a 130 grain bullet. In a 6.75 pound rifle, the .25-06 recoils ...Muh. 21, 1438 AH ... load. Click to expand... Randy, is that your chart or where can I find that chart. ... Chuck Hawks has a very simple easy to read ... pounds recoil, ... The most interesting shows recoil, presumably in ft. lbs. of energy. In seven pound rifles, Winchester's chart shows 8.52 for the .350 Legend, 9.64 for the .30-30, 10.38 for the .243 Winchester and 22.99 for the .450 Bushmaster. The first three cartridges are close together and mild kickers, which is very beneficial to accurate bullet placement. The 100 yard figures are 1145 fps and 1600 ft. lbs. Zeroed at 50 yards, the 1 1/4 ounce slug should hit 3.6" low at 100 yards, so it is still a short range load. Naturally, they kick like the very devil in a shotgun of average weight. The 20 gauge Buckhammer load has a MV of 1500 fps and ME of 2236 ft. lbs.Handgun Recoil Table . By Chuck Hawks. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction; that is one of the physical laws of our universe. This means that the momentum of a handgun's reaction will exactly equal the momentum of the bullet and powder gasses ejected from the barrel. In the shooting sports we call that reaction recoil or ...Compiled by Chuck Hawks from Hornady Data. Note: For an expanded version of this table showing more loads, including handloads, European, wildcat, obsolescent American and proprietary calibers, see the Hornady H.I.T.S.A Guideline for Rifle Cartridge Killing Power.. The Hornady products catalog uses a unique system called "H.I.T.S." (Hornady Index of Terminal Standards) as a guideline to help ...Chuck Hawks shares his knowledge about rifle cartridges for elk hunting. Elk Cartridges . By Chuck Hawks. ... (at least 250 yards). Many hunters find the muzzle blast and recoil of these cartridges intimidating, particularly when shooting the heavier weight bullets properly used for elk, but few will admit it. This category includes such ...Recoil Pad Inflex 2, Large; Overall Length: 47-1/4 in. Length of Pull: 14-1/4 in. Drop at Comb: 1-3/4 in. Drop at Heel: 2 in. Weight: 5 lbs. 14 oz. 2016 MSRP: $1700; Also supplied with the gun are two plastic spacers to slightly increase the butt stock length. There are no shims for drop or cast. The Sweet Sixteen has a neutral cast stock and ... Handgun Recoil (Table by Chuck Hawks) Handgun Trajectory (Table by Chuck Hawks) Personal Defense Handgun Cartridge Table (Compiled by Bob Beers) The Sectional Density of Handgun Bullets (List by Chuck Hawks) Service and Home Defense Handguns (Chart by Chuck Hawks) EXPANDED RIFLE DATA: The famous Winchester Model 1912 pump shotgun was designed by Winchester's Thomas C. Johnson. Introduced in 20 gauge in 1912, 16 and 12 gauge guns followed in 1914. From its debut until the end of the 1950's, the Winchester Model 1912 was the pump shotgun, long known as "the perfect repeater." After 1919, the model designation was shortened to ...

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The .338 Federal. By Chuck Hawks. Illustration courtesy of Federal Cartridge. The .338 Federal represents the first time in its long history that the Federal Cartridge Company has put its name on the headstamp of a cartridge. Federal's offering is based on a .308 Winchester case necked-up to accept standard .338" diameter bullets.

The Hornady LEVERevolution ammunition line includes a new, 21st Century cartridge named the .308 Marlin Express. This new cartridge was designed for use in the Marlin 336 (.30-30 length) action and uses an improved version of the 160 grain Evolution boat-tail spitzer bullet introduced in 2005 in the .30-30 LEVERevolution load. The most advanced ...According to Chuck Hawks’ recoil table, the .30-06, using 150–180-grain loads, generates 17.6–20.3 ft-lbs of recoil energy in an 8-lb rifle. This can increase to almost 24 ft-lbs when using 220-grain bullets. The table also includes a light 125-grain varmint load that produces only 10.2, but this is not representative of most loads in ...The .224 TTH is an attempt at an ultimate .22 caliber big game cartridge. The .223 WSSM, introduced by Winchester as a commercial cartridge a year or so later, is the ballistic twin of the .224 TTH. The previously mentioned 5.6x57 RWS cartridge, introduced in 1964, is a similar attempt. It is factory loaded in Germany and is moderately popular ...The two models that are most similar to the two Browning 1885 models are also perhaps the most typical No. 1's: the No. 1-A Light Sporter (22 inch round barrel, Alexander Henry forearm), and the No. 1-B Standard Rifle (26 inch round barrel, semi-beavertail forearm). The 1-A weighs 6.25 pounds while the 1-B weighs 8 pounds.Recoil. Recoil is the price to be paid for the high performance of the hotter cartridges and loads I have covered. To quantify and compare the recoil of these loads, I assumed a uniform field-ready rifle weight of 8.5 pounds (7.0 pound bare rifle plus 1.5 pounds for scope, sling and cartridge load). ... Chuck Hawks has called the .270 ...By Chuck Hawks .35 caliber rifle cartridges have been around practically forever without ever really becoming popular. ... In fact, the recoil of the .358 Norma Magnum, at about 35 ft. lbs. in an 8.5 pound rifle, is comparable to the much more popular but less effective (on CXP3 class game) .300 Weatherby or .300 Remington Ultra Magnums. As a ...The Fusion Lite .270 Winchester load uses a 145 grain bullet at 2200 fps and the .308 and .30-06 Fusion Lite loads use 170 grain bullets at 2000 fps. Comparison. Federal Fusion Lite loads compete directly with Remington's Managed-Recoil loads in the marketplace. Both the Fusion Lite and Managed-Recoil loads use bullets designed for shooting ...

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