Similar to my other question
If you are to pass a magnet through a solenoid a current is produced in the solenoid due to the magnetic flux. However, if you were to have a magnet sit inside a solenoid, and apply a specific current through the solenoid, would the magnet be able to be moved outside of the solenoid? More specifically, would it be possible to use this effect to create a 'solenoid gun' or cannon/launcher? According to this wiki page we are able to reach stable magnetic fields of up to 45 Tesla's with bitter electromagnets. Would this technology be applicable in this question? [Even if it were to get destroyed after one time use]
Another question about this device is, if you were able to create a theoretical 'solenoid gun', would it produce any recoil? Or would the energy only be applied to the circuit's current and the projectile? Would the 'forces' on the circuit end up being equivalent to physical recoil?