Well just when I decide to add a Glock to the safe I'm reminded why I haven't. . . .
Muzzle Velocity IS
commonly (except in this case) known as the speed in which the projectile exiting the muzzle
of a firearm is traveling. It is used to measure the energy
, in conjunction with mass (eventually effectiveness) that a cartridge loading produces out of a given firearm.
Now,Muzzle Rise (or flip, climb, etc.)
is commonly solved and reduced by the PORTING
of a barrel, slide, etc. which reduces recoil
of the firearm by re-directing
the hot gasses (i.e. pressure)
in the firearm (caused by the explosion that just occurred in your hand
) in an opposite
direction to the force of the recoil, thus negating the unwanted rising of the muzzle of the weapon.
That would allow you to shoot that beast of a .40 S&W
much "More Manageable"
I love bold.