Originally Posted by Bigeclipse
That looks like a great product but a but a bit more than id hoped to spend. I was looking into something like the Prochrono. I basically would be using it to make sure my pistol loads arent to hot and for my rifle, that I could make sure shot to shot is consistant while looking for accuracy nodes. I realize the magneto allows for use in low and bright light and such but I feel like saving that extra 150 bucks is worth dealing with light conditions. Maybe im wrong though...haha
Not trying to talk you into a magneto speed but you will spend $200.00 on a so so chronograph
and for another $75.00 you can have a chronograph that requires very little set up, you can shoot multiple targets without moving the screens and changing your set up. Also you can use it on your pistols (Except Autos) and on a shotgun also.
The light is always a problem with conventional chronographs no matter what the price.
The other advantage to owning a chronograph is what you learn while using it for load
development.(It has saved me lots of time, money and helped me produce better loads.
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