I found this super slow motion youtube video of recoil. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXZUMGRxPM4"]Firearm cycling slow motion / ciclo das armas camera lenta - YouTube[/ame] Does the barrel start to rise before the bullet leaves? I've heard it said that slower loads shoot higher from a handgun because they are in the barrel longer. Do you think that is actually true (or if true, is it true for that reason?). How much does follow through affect accuracy? These are the sorts of questions of interest to me when I look at this video Oh, also, anyone know of video like this with a Gen 4 Glock so we can see exactly what is going on with the brass to the head ejection pattern Do you think Glock has such video? The must have, I'd think. Good news is my Gen 4 Glock 17 hasn't brassed me in the head as much recently. Problem seems to have virtually fixed itself. And finally, what the heck really is a double-tap??? Because I don't see anyway two bullets are coming out for one recoil Wanna kill these ads? We can help!