Most people are aware that firing a gun will cause a certain amount of recoil, which is especially noticeable in larger, more powerful rifles that take serious ammunition with a big kickback. Still, even when you're expecting it, it can be a shock to inexperienced shooters and can cause problems even for those who use guns regularly.
You might be thinking, of course, that recoil is just part and parcel of firing a gun; something that you either have to learn to deal with, or accept that guns just aren't for you.
If you are thinking about installing a tennis court in your yard but don't have much time for maintenance, you may want to consider a synthetic grass court. These courts can save you time and money in a number of ways.
Wondering how? Here's a look at just some of the time-saving advantages of synthetic grass tennis courts.
1. You Don't Have to Maintain the Grass
With real grass tennis courts, you have to water, plant new grass seeds, apply fertiliser and clip the grass as needed.