It occurred to me today that as a proponent of the bore axis argument in stating that the higher bore axes of Sig Sauer pistols was a disadvantage to Dig that I was in fact wrong.
I know just enough about recoil to be dangerous and only comparably knowledgeable about earthquakes but, it appears to me that if seismology is right that the further away from the epicenter one gets the less felt recoil/ground shaking is observed. Now, applying this bit of general knowledge to firearms, one can surmise that the action of firing the chambered round which would represent the epicenter being further away from the shooter's hand allows for the recoil to be mitigated more so by the firearm than the shooter's hand and arm. Therefore, the higher bore axes of Sig Sauer pistols is actually an advantage instead of a disadvantage.
All feedback welcome and no I have not to my knowledge regurgitated anything I read on the internet.
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