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Old 07-16-2009, 12:05 AM   #1
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Need chronograph for developing target loads. (Long range rifle.)

Any suggestions of brand and model I should buy?
Any brands that I should not buy?

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Old 07-16-2009, 01:08 AM   #2
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I have a shoting chrony. They are good. But if I were going to replace it I would get the PACT chrony with the skyscreens that can be used indoors or out. with a printer that sits on the bench. This way if you shoot it your not out the entire unit just the sky screen.

MidwayUSA - PACT Professional XP Chronograph with Improved Skyscreen Mounting Bracket and Case

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...Any suggestions of brand and model I should buy?
I have uesed a CEDHK - CED M2 Chronograph for about three years, works good.
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I have had a shooting chrony and it was consistently off 100 FPS with every fire arm. Spend the extra money and get a pact or similar.

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I have had a shooting chrony and it was consistently off 100 FPS with every fire arm. Spend the extra money and get a pact or similar.
A CED-M2?

I have compared mine vs others, one of the first things I did. Works fine.
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