I designed a new experimental sidewheel. Its shape is quite unusual, but this is not about only the ‘design’, this wheel has got a special feature: all the gaps are the same between 32-50 m (35-55 yds), every 5 m distance equals a 10 mm gap on the wheel. The big hole at the end is comfortable to adjust the wheel, also the other big hole can be used for quick adjustments.
There is a mark on the wheel, you have to mount the sidewheel in a way that this mark goes to the 50 m (55 yds) distance. After this, if you mark the other distances, you will find that all the longer distances are distributed evenly and with nice big gaps.
The sidewheel works together with my SmartPin Linear adjustable pointer. Compatible scopes are Nikko MK1/MK2 and Sightron S-III at the moment. (Also S&B, Nikko MK3, Leupold Competition and Leapers Accushot now).
The gaps for the shorter ranges are nearly equal and not so much bigger.
A Nikko MK1/MK2 wheel has been sent out to print already, can be bought on first come first serve basis. Now on introductroy prices, see product page: GAPacity Sidewheel. It can be ordered with the appropriate linear pointer on the same page.