Originally Posted by ken snyder
Ive noticed that all of the chronographs break the same when I shoot them! I suggest getting two base models nothing fancy and a heavy metal plate. At some time you will be interested in comparing velocity spreads at distance. First one on sale wins every time.
when dealing with a chronograph, I think that consistencey is the priority issue here. I'm not talking shot to shot, but day to day as well. Find one that works well for you everytime you set it up, and always set it up exactly the same each and every time.