I just ordered one. Having owned a few different chronographs, I believe the data produced is the weak link due to lighting, bullet surface, etc. While I always confirm with actual drops, it would be nice to have accurate velocity information under any lighting condition. Acoustic technology for this application is considered far more accurate then conventional chronographs....... I hope to find out if this is true.
Saw this on -utube
I would also check out the Magntospeed. It operates on the principal of the bullet passing through magnetic field. and has many of the same benefits as the Superchrono. It may very well be better than the Superhrono. I have now used the Superchrono and while I have gotten some good velocity data out of it, its not that user freindly. It requires perfect alignment and carefully measured distances from the rifle to get accurate results. I have also ordered a Magnetospeed and will do some comparisons when I get it.
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