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Using the LXe example as a template is probably a good starting point for your problem at hand - though it's a bit complicated for a complete G4 novice.
What you need to do is collect 'hits' in your 'sensitive detectors' during tracking. These hits need to contain the 'copy number' of the detector in question, as well as other information you'll need to calculate your quantities of interest later; like the detector locations etc. You then implement the logic for the calculations of your momentum vector sum etc. in EndOfEventAction by retrieving the hits and combining their information as necessary.
Hope this helps, Peter
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