Re: CED M2 Chronograph Question
No idea. But could you let us know how it turns out?
Many people report positively on the CED M2. But a few have been reporting problems also.
I started running two chronographs in tandem a couple years ago, and will never again rely on a single chronograph for any serious collection of bullet velocities. If one of mine starts to act up, I have the second one to help ID and troubleshoot the problem. When you only operate a single chronograph, you have no means or method of verifying proper, or improper, operation of that unit.
Currently running an Oehler 33 and a PACT. Not that I'm trying to hype a certain brand or model of chronograph. They both operate well in good lighting conditions, but they both throw out a bad number every now an then also. The Oehler is the better of the two in dimmer lighting conditions.