Originally Posted by Trickymissfit
The more I look at the Kurzzeit, the more I want one. I really like their engineering idea.
I researched the Kurzzeit online. That's a pricy unit. It should be good if cost is any indication.
I was most interested in the acoustical chronograph due to the large detection area above the unit for recording down range velocity. I'm not reading much about that model, so I don't know if it's working well or not. I'm going to wait until I hear some positive reviews before purchasing.
Here's a pic of the FEENIX
model chronograph. It's compact, not susceptible to lighting variations - I mean it flat out works in the daylight or complete darkness, doesn't require electrical power, and most importantly, it's about the cheapest unit available. It's been reported that operators with quicker reaction times record faster bullet velocity. This one was made in Switzerland. I've not used it yet, but it's officially endorsed by Marshal FEENIX
. And he claims that anybody that spends money on a more expensive unit is simply a elitist snob. Here the pic. Seems fool-proof.