Concerning chronographs

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by Guest, Apr 7, 2002.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Is there anything that makes the Ohler 35p worth the extra money over the Pact Professional? I just want to accurately measure bullet speed. Are any less likely to be effected by sunlight and therefore more convenient?
     
  2. rlipson

    rlipson Well-Known Member

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    Frank,

    I'm a contrarian here, I like the CED Millenium. I bought it over the Oehler to replace my PACT1, which sucked. Dillon sells the CED, and they don't sell junk because they have a great return/service policy. The CED can be fitted with an infrared system (I do not have this add on so I cannot speak to it's functionality) that works in total darkness or any low light situation. As a "regular" chronograph, I love it. Low batt. indicator, nice big screen, very sturdy screen setup, large display, separate buttons for all functions, can download to PC with included cable, etc. etc. etc.

    I bought mine from a great guy named Jim Ristow at www.shootingsoftware.com/chronographs.htm

    Check out his bench tips. Very interesting stuff.

    Roger