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The stock is telescoping and in-line with the barrel for better recoil control.
The necessity to excavate a recoil pit was also not acceptable as a long-term solution of recoil control.
The gun as originally designed and supplied to Britain had a sprung telescoping trail to assist with recoil control, all-steel wheels, axle-tree seats and no shield.
These modifications can have both positive and negative effects on the weapon's attributes: Damage, Accuracy, Recoil Control, Stability, and Magazine size.
Other sources mention the muzzle brake was intended to soften a recoil and they say that it was dropped simply because additional recoil control measures were not really needed.
The unprecedented recoil control and steadiness of the tripod made Dolf Goldsmith remark that this arrangement "was undoubtedly the most accurate long-range rifle-caliber machine gun ever made".
Its usefulness in the field was limited by lack of a recoil control system, and the QF 4.7 inch gun was the most commonly used British heavy gun in the war.
Postwar advances in recoil control technology have also made it possible for a few armored cars, including the AMX-10RC and EE-9 Cascavel, to carry large cannon capable of threatening many tanks.
These new guns incorporated recoil control devices which facilitated consistency of aim, allowed single-motion loading and fired as soon as the cartridge was inserted and ejected it after firing, hence the name quick-firing.
Under the deal, KVH will deliver its DSP-3100 fiber optic gyros designed to help stabilize and provide weapon recoil control in remote weapon stations deployed by the U.S. military and allied partners.
KVH's DSP-3100 FOGs provide precise optical stabilization and weapon recoil control for RWS units while ensuring that the weapon stays on target whether the vehicle is stationary or on the move.
The first designs of modern breechloading mountain guns with recoil control and able to be easily broken down and reassembled into highly efficient units were made by two Greek army engineers, P. Lykoudis and Panagiotis Danglis (after whom the Schneider-Danglis gun was named) in the 1890s.