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Pressure is related to velocity, but is is not a direct relationship. More pressure does not always produce more velocity. The peak pressure occurs before the shot has moved about 1/16 of an inch. By the time the wad clears the end of the hull, pressure is dropping very rapidly. Recoil is a result of the rate of acceleration of the shot.

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Pat,

Are you saying that my .410 reloads with 11,100 psi pressure will not recoil more than my 12 gauge 1-1/8 ounce handicap trap loads at 10,000 psi pressure?
 

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Yikes! You're right!

I hadn't even though about rifle loads.
 

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JerryP, I've been thinking about your post as I drove home. My initial conclusion was [email protected] = LR , then I read some other posts and realized that this is impossible. HV must always = MR. Go figure, I give up as you have just disproved all the laws of physics.Or was it "proved".
 

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V = TPA = FR

[email protected] = LR

HV must always = MR

MP = MV

MO = BH = LP =LFR

Now I get it. It all makes sense!
 
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