BlackAnt

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That’s why they tend to tumble backwards on firing sig716 as it has greater blow back than AKs. You can see the same on some training videos posted here earlier.

Primitive thinking and practices are hardwired in Army brats. They think that Western Armies like US and UK are stupid when using modern arms and practices.
Ots not blowback, it has more recoil because it fires a bullet similar to the size and weight of the AKM bullet but fires it at a much faster velocity than the Ak bullet.
Newton's third law then comes in action.
 
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Ots not blowback, it has more recoil because it fires a bullet similar to the size and weight of the AKM bullet but fires it at a much faster velocity than the Ak bullet.
Newton's third law then comes in action.
7.62x51 is a much larger and powerful caliber than the 7.62x39 so the overall recoil is higher not only because of the muzzle velocity but also because of the caliber and its dimensions itself..
The guys tripped because of bad CoG and posture due to wrong posture.
 
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Killbot

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Ots not blowback, it has more recoil because it fires a bullet similar to the size and weight of the AKM bullet but fires it at a much faster velocity than the Ak bullet.
Newton's third law then comes in action.
In an AK, the piston and the BCG hit the trunnion hard, causing a lot of recoil. In the Sig, it is only the BCG and most of the shock is absorbed by the buffer spring. So, the recoil impulse is kind of the same for the two guns...
 
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