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Chrono accuracy

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Unread 08-12-2011, 10:47 AM
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Re: Chrono accuracy

Originally Posted by Greyfox View Post
With the desire to have very accurate velocity info I broke down and bought a 35p. After two of the lower priced chronographs consuming a lot of time and living with uncertainty and inconsistency , I should have bought one in the first place. It was a false economy.
opinions will vary. I simply set mine up and leveled it in two directions till it was level with the shooting plain. Nothing else, and about fifteen minutes involved. Only folks I know that fiddle with them are the folks that are not sure what they have.
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    Unread 08-19-2011, 03:39 PM
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    Re: Chrono accuracy

    I had a Chrony Beta Master for a long time. It was the worst piece of junk I could have spent my money on. It was consistently wrong and by the time I noticed it I was getting abnormal readings of 150-200 fps..

    I trashed it and purchased the Pro Chrono Digital with the remote box and could not be happier. It will even read a rubberband gun in the den lights. It was under $200 total and the best chronograph money I have ever spent.

    I also had an Oehler 35P but it was way too much set-up hassle and not very accurate or reliable. I once considered another 35P but they can't ever decide who is worthy enough to purchase their products.

    The Pro Chrono is good stuff !!
    Competition Electronics ProChrono Digital Chronograph - MidwayUSA
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