The definition of recoil control is knowing the recoil pattern and being able to keep a full magazine within a reasonably small area. Doing so can be hard depending on the weapon because some weapons are more difficult to control than others. Mastering this skill requires time and practice and is something that takes daily training to keep up to date and fresh in muscle memory. There are a few factors that come into play when we’re talking about recoil. Height of the table/chair are a crucial factor, so you’ll want to make sure that you don’t adjust this too much. Changing your height regularly messes with your muscle memory. Another factor is your sensitivity. Sensitivity determines how much you have to compensate when dragging down your mouse, so depending on your sensitivity, you either have to drag more or less.