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DCLRDivision of Compensation and Labor Relations (Wisconsin)
DCLRDecelerator
DCLRDelaware Coast Line Railroad (est. 1894)
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Serious performance demands a serious price: $732 for the fully inletted stock, plus $128 if you want the spacer system with a Pachmayr Decelerator pad.
soft-touch comb Buttpad: Pachmayr Decelerator (proprietary) Finish: Reahree Xtra Green MSRP: $1,270 Manufacturer: Winchester, 800-333-3288 winchesterguns.
The two main technologies being developed as part of the Low Density Supersonic Decelerator Project (LDSD) are supersonic inflatable aerodynamic decelerators (SIAD) and a new supersonic ring sail parachute.
5 times, then the vehicle will go down using the inflatable decelerator and parachute.
This new research, undertaken by the ALPHA experiment at CERN's Antiproton Decelerator (AD) in Geneva, is the first time that the electric charge of an anti-atom has been measured to high precision.
A fat Pachmayr Decelerator pad makes even the heavier calibers less daunting to shoot.
Personally, I like the Pachmayr D752 Decelerator Old English style pad to complement the English style straight grip.
They also speed changeovers by eliminating the stretch-rod decelerator and stretching cam.
An elastomeric ball sits in the wad at the base of the shot column, and acts like a decelerator, helping keep chamber pressures safe.
As we wrote at the time, "By riding the decelerator sled himself, Dr.
It uses the PCS millimetre-wave radar sensor, allied to constant speed, decelerator, follow-up and accelerator controls, to automatically slow the car, match the speed of the vehicle in front and, once the road ahead is clear, accelerate back to the previously selected cruising speed.
For example, it can be configured to use separate foot pedals for the decelerator and brake, or just a single pedal that combines both functions.