time for a new chronograph, any recommendations?

critrgitr

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My shooting chrony f1 won't hardly function anymore, so it's time to upgrade. It has never been that great of a product and always had issues. I would like to keep it around $100. Does anyone have a recommendation of one that consistently worked in variable light conditions for both rifles and bows? The reviews on midway are pretty much carbon copy for all models at that price.

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Bravo 4

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Maybe you could mount the magneto on the bow stabilizer:D

Perhaps somebody should ask if they intend to ever make such a contraption, or a version that would work with both firearms and archery equipment. If they get enough interest shown it could happen. They seem to try and accommodate everything else.
 

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Oehler 35P does it better than any other high grade non professional chrono. You will not regret it.

More money but only cry once.
 

romad97

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I am also looking to purchase a chrono. I am about 90% sold on the magneto sporter.
 

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