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Old 07-29-2006, 09:31 AM
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Now that Oehler has stopped making the 35P, what is a good one to buy. I have been looking at the Pact and the CED Mellenium. I need to upgrade from my old Shooting Chrony. I loaned it to a friend and it came back with some holes in the display. They just aren't sure how they got there [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/mad.gif[/img]

Which ones are reliable and accurate?
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Re: Which chronograph

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I don't know about the CED Mellenium but I have a PACT and really like it.
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Did the friend offer to buy a new one .

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Re: Which chronograph

I have been the owner of the Pact MK IV which is also a Shot Timer, and have also been the owner of the CED Mellenium. I like both of them and both are very accurate. If I just need a chronograph I would go with the CED Millen ium simply because it has more to offer.
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Re: Which chronograph

I traded my Beta Chrony and bought me a Pact Professional. I'm very satisfied with the Pact performance so far.
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Did the friend offer to buy a new one .

Redbone, ya know, he didn't.......he actually asked me why I shot the screen before I gave it to them. I don't think he will be borrowing anymore of my stuff.
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Now that Oehler has stopped making the 35P, what is a good one to buy. I have been looking at the Pact and the CED Mellenium. I need to upgrade from my old Shooting Chrony. I loaned it to a friend and it came back with some holes in the display. They just aren't sure how they got there [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/mad.gif[/img]

Which ones are reliable and accurate?

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I certanly understand your wanting to upgrade... but shooting chrony will send you a spankin new one if you mail them your dead one and a $20 bill.
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