Probably not, unless the gun is kicking back right into your watch. But, if you want to be safe, where a sport watch when participating in a sport. G-shocks and others are made for such things. On Timezone.com, I saw a thread of "what watch do you wear to the gym?". A few were wearing normal sport watches, others were wearing the "sport" version of some insanely expensive watches. One guy was wearing his Patek Phillipe. Sorry, that's just nuts. There's the dress watch you wear with a suit, there's the dressy sport watch (expensive diver or pilot styles) that you wear with business casual, and there's the beat it up playing racket ball sport watch (then there's the old, worn out sport watch you wear changing the oil in your car). I would recommend one of the last two if you are concerend.Hi FAL guy.
How much g is generated by the acceleration of a shot gun/hand gun recoiling?
Somebody here may be able to answer your question if they new this. I know the cal. 321 and 861 were subject to 20gs acceleration during NASAs tests, which they passed OK.