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    Expert marksman mustangfreek's Avatar
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    Chronograph

    Im looking at getting a chrono soon and am looking at a few and 1 to include the new caldwell chrony, either by itself $85 or as a kit, with tripod , sunshade, light kit $135

    Also looks cool as it comes with a 15' cord you can plug into you iphone/ipad or andoid phone and use there free app and it will record weather, all your shots in categories, all with no writing stuff down..seems like a cool way of doing it, and was wondering if anyone has used one yet..

    http://www.midwayusa.com/product/626...vc=subv1626107


    http://www.midwayusa.com/product/628...vc=subv1628006


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    That sounds like a great deal for the kit. I went cheap and got the basic chrony, bought a cheap tripod and now need to buy a better tripod. When all said and done, I will be in over $135.00 and not be able to hook it to my phone.

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    I'm looking in to the magneto speed. They are awesome


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    I've got the Chrony brand Alpha model. The red one with the remote display. It's cool! The one your checking out is way cooler! I highly suggest a chronograph, any chronograph. I'm not sure how the oldtimers did without. One option I would highly recommend is the standard and extreme deviation feature. You can watch on your chrony when your loads(powders) reach their sweet spot, and it will be very obvious. Buy once and cry once, Just don't let your crazy shooting partners shoot the damn thingI pray everytime I bring my Chrony out!


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    Thanks guys..

    Ya i need one, but also have the fear of shooting it..lol


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    I've seen TWO of them shot to pieces already. Scary.


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