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Honestly, I don't get the practice of sizing pellets. To me, all sizing does is "pre-squeeze" the pellets down to a smaller size - and the barrel will do it for you anyways! Another advantage to such a tapered sizer design could be that it would straighten/round bent skirts. The "pusher" that is illustrated in the Robb design (used to seat the pellet to the adjustable depth in the tapered bore) shows a beveled tip that could serve to round bent skirts and this would certainly be helpful if it indeed works as intended.

wxGridSizer is a sizer which lays out its children in a two-dimensional table with all table fields having the same size, i.e. the width of each field is the width of the widest child, the height of each field is the height of the tallest child. The basic idea behind a wxBoxSizer is that windows will most often be laid out in rather simple basic geometry, typically in a row or a column or several hierarchies of either. One other thing - the sizing listed on most tins, including H&N and JSB, are pretty much meaningless. I sample each new lot with my pellet gauge and note the data on the tins as I get them. The ones I know will shoot poorly get set aside for tuning and testing, or sometime offhand if I have not been shooting that way for a while (a little more variation there is hard to notice ).Even though, HAZEMAG Center Sizers are available for primary or secondary applications, we do not show this in different models or types. The difference is made by the type of used rolls, with or without breaker bar. However, as a rule of thumb it could be said that a primary center sizer starts at a diameter of 1,000 mm, whereas secondary center sizers end at that diameter.

So far I've found that finding the right pellet/bullet/power settings for your particular PCP puts those magic "bugholer groups" in hand...BUT...doing the myriad tests for the 10 shot, one hole benchrest group is still very satisfying and reading about them fills those wintry snowbound hours. We’d also advise against the “string method” – measuring your finger with a piece of string, marking the string and then laying this against a tape measure. This comparison is always inaccurate because string is soft and stretchy, while a real ring is hard and keeps its shape. Our UK Ring Sizers use the British Standard measurements. This means that there are 26 different ring measurements ranging from letter A to letter Z. From one letter to another the ring circumference goes up by increments of 1.25mm, with half sizes in between. Sizers, as represented by the wxSizer class and its descendants in the wxWidgets class hierarchy, have become the method of choice to define the layout of controls in dialogs in wxWidgets because of their ability to create visually appealing dialogs independent of the platform, taking into account the differences in size and style of the individual controls.

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It is the unique feature of a box sizer, that it can grow in both directions (height and width) but can distribute its growth in the main direction (horizontal for a row) unevenly among its children. In our example case, the vertical sizer is supposed to propagate all its height changes to only the text area, not to the button area. This is determined by the proportion parameter when adding a window (or another sizer) to a sizer. It is interpreted as a weight factor, i.e. it can be zero, indicating that the window may not be resized at all, or above zero. If several windows have a value above zero, the value is interpreted relative to the sum of all weight factors of the sizer, so when adding two windows with a value of 1, they will both get resized equally much and each half as much as the sizer owning them. Then what do we do when a column sizer changes its width? This behaviour is controlled by flags (the second parameter of the Add() function): Zero or no flag indicates that the window will preserve it is original size, wxGROW flag (same as wxEXPAND) forces the window to grow with the sizer, and wxSHAPED flag tells the window to change it is size proportionally, preserving original aspect ratio. When wxGROW flag is not used, the item can be aligned within available space. wxALIGN_LEFT, wxALIGN_TOP, wxALIGN_RIGHT, wxALIGN_BOTTOM, wxALIGN_CENTER_HORIZONTAL and wxALIGN_CENTER_VERTICAL do what they say. wxALIGN_CENTRE (same as wxALIGN_CENTER) is defined as (wxALIGN_CENTER_HORIZONTAL | wxALIGN_CENTER_VERTICAL). Default alignment is wxALIGN_LEFT | wxALIGN_TOP. I do have a pellet sizer, and I only use it with the largest dies to uniformly size the skirts (it does not even touch the heads). This lets me do roll testing, and I used to do a lot of that before the PelletGage came out; now I rarely do it. There are currently five different kinds of sizers available in wxWidgets. Each represents either a certain way to lay out dialog items in a dialog or it fulfills a special task such as wrapping a static box around a dialog item (or another sizer). These sizers will be discussed one by one in the text below. For more detailed information on how to use sizers programmatically, please refer to the section Programming with wxBoxSizer. The next section describes and shows what can be done with sizers. The following sections briefly describe how to program with individual sizer classes. Bob and Alan, did you read all of my post? The Robb sizer is apparently designed for exactly what is being discussed. Are you two not understanding this concept or are you stating that it could not work?

The only plus side I can see to it is that loading should feel more consistent, but to me that is vastly offset by the fact that skirt is likely to be of a smaller diameter than the barrel as the pellet sits after loading, due to the chamfer of the leade in. That lets the pellet sit off square (and perhaps more importantly, in a variable position) as it gets hit by the air upon firing, and that just can't be good.All sizers are containers, that is, they are used to lay out one dialog item (or several dialog items), which they contain. Such items are sometimes referred to as the children of the sizer. Independent of how the individual sizers lay out their children, all children have certain features in common: All I can say is, try it and see.... If you get the perfect combination of sizing, head and skirt, for your gun and pellets.... then the consistency that allows can't be worse.... and should eliminate those annoying "flyers".... These are JSB Exacts, the two on the left were fired, the two on the right just pushed through the bore.... The exact shape of the skirt after firing depends on many factors, including the pressure, bore fit, pellet alloy, presence of a choke or not, etc.etc…. That is one reason why the BC of any pellet can vary from gun to gun.... On the right, there’s a chart with the 3 most common ring size systems used in UK, USA and internationally. For Australian sizes simply refer to the UK sizes, which are the same. WHY USE A RING SIZER?

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