The design of the Recoilless shotgun eliminates most recoil before it even starts. The Recoilless consists of an inner mechanism, composed of an inner receiver, bolt, striker system and barrel. This inner
mechanism is driven forward, inside of an outer receiver by a drive spring when the firing mechanism is cocked and released. A large portion of the recoil force is expended overcoming the inertia of the moving mass of the inner mechanism. After firing, the inner mechanism recoils to the rear while compressing the drive spring until it strikes the buffer in the inner receiver, this absorbs additional recoil forces. The Recoilless is a lx)lt action design and is loaded through the use of a bolt handle. Locking lugs on the bolt provide exceptionally tight lockup and strength. Because trapshooting demands intense concentration on shooting technique, no manual safety is provided on the Recoilless shotgun.
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