Re: TAC 15 Crossbow Downrange Velocity - Chronographed?
I was able to see the Velocitp while at the ATA show. It was pretty cool, but did have a few "downfalls" at least to me.
It is an analog system, so the circuit board is not upgradeable. You get what you get. You cannot program it beyond what the factory puts in.
It is not cheap. I can see a manufacturer getting one to do some serious testing, but the average guy is probably not going to be able to afford one.
It only comes with one tip. That's a lot of trips down range unless you buy another tip, which is very expensive.
There were a few other limitations that I took note of at the show but cannot remember right now.
On the up side, it was well-built and I feel that if you ever had any trouble, the company would take care of you.
It does deliver data you can't get any other way.
And is much safer than trying to shoot over your chrono at long distances.