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Old 03-29-2010, 11:31 PM
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This is my next big guy's toy. Complte new to me. So where does the bullet pass (through or over the triangle). I shoot only long range local competition. Thanks >>>chaz
If you have friends like mine, they shoot at the device rather than through it. Had a guy come up once who wanted to chrony a 22 he had...left a nice little hole in one of the sky screens. You need to supervise pretty closely...funny thing is that this guy was a "hunter education instructor" Safety first I always say!!! 30-338

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Old 03-30-2010, 03:36 AM
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Re: CED M2 Chronograph Review By Bryan Chatwell

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If you have friends like mine, they shoot at the device rather than through it. Had a guy come up once who wanted to chrony a 22 he had...left a nice little hole in one of the sky screens. You need to supervise pretty closely...funny thing is that this guy was a "hunter education instructor" Safety first I always say!!! 30-338

Hi Eaglet...how ya been?
I've been alright! You seem to be doing better. Just make sure you keep
behind your friends when their shooting!!! I've had 5 chronographs and three
different bands. My first, a chrony, got me so frustrated I shot at it with my
hand gun and I missed... I gave it to a friend and after a battery replacement it still is working good!!! I'm embarrassed I did that!!! Man!!!
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Old 03-30-2010, 07:49 AM
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Re: CED M2 Chronograph Review By Bryan Chatwell

Thanks very much my brothers in christ!!! Now i need input on the on to buy. The one at midway looks good too
thanks again>>>chaz
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Re: CED M2 Chronograph Review By Bryan Chatwell

I use the CED II. On setup I measure 15 ft from the front of the bench and set up my tripod, making sure it is level. I then set up my target at 100yds so that it is in line with the chrongraph and the front rest on the bench. It really helps to have a buddy at this point. Then I set the gun on the rests and adjust the height so that I'm shooting through the center of the triangle of the crono. I also make sure that the two triangle are in line and square with the gun.
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Old 03-30-2010, 08:02 PM
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Re: CED M2 Chronograph Review By Bryan Chatwell

I purchased my ced 2 few months ago and been using it the last 2 weeks and love it. I had a chrony dont know the model but i consider it primitive compared to the ced -2 . The little bells and whistles is worth a lot also, i actually keep it in my shooting box and can take it some where easy and show previous stats. One little thing on that line i was shooting my 6x284 last week and got like 4150 out of a particular load, off to the local gunshop now for bragging rights push a button it doesent lie.
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Re: CED M2 Chronograph Review By Bryan Chatwell

I do also like my CED 2 a whole lot, I don't see me shooting at it!
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Our Lord Jesus said that as it was in the days of Noah and
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to this generation and we once more are rejecting it as was prophesied!!!

---> As promised, God Sent His Prophet to us!
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Old 03-31-2010, 09:43 PM
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Re: CED M2 Chronograph Review By Bryan Chatwell

I've got a shooting crony and a CED M2, I bought the CED because the shooting crony was not accurate according to my actual drop tests.
But the CED is touchy, often doesn't read, rarely gives me shot strings I can count on unless I'm shooting at noon, without a cloud in the sky and the sun directly overhead. It's so bad, I now take a 22 so I can see if I can get it to read BEFORE I start shooting my test ammo.

Very frustrating. Both places I shoot with it are set up for 12 feet. I don't think it's muzzle blast, some times I'm shooting short 223 tacticals and it doesn't read. I'm desprate to get something that works. I think I'm going to spend the 80 bucks more and see it shooting it with the infared makes it more reliable. Funny thing, it will shoot 3 or 4 in a row, nothing changes and it won't read for 10 shots...

I would pay real money for a good reliable Crony..

I'm not impressed!
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