Hi guys, Just a simple question about space and bullets. I realise this topic comes up a lot, but specifically the only answer I can find is that of the shooter moving back with an equal and opposite force to the bullet, by the conservation of momentum. Rather, (and ignoring for a moment the fact that the gun wouldn't fire due to the lack of oxygen) IF you were to fire a gun from space, at another person also in space, would the target get hurt/damaged? Myself and a friend were having this debate, and to me it seems as though the net result would be the target being moved in the same direction as the bullet, but overall coming away unscathed because of the absence of any external opposing forces. Is there something obvious I'm missing here, or would that, in fact, be the case?