New radar chrono coming?

Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by RobF, Mar 6, 2019.

  1. Bensile

    Bensile Well-Known Member

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    Previous sat so now one week and 2 days and no reply from them. Even a pigeon could make it here by now.

    So not impressed I’m afraid.

    Yep got all the dispatch detail and shows stuck in Manchester.
     
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    C.Eaton Confirmed Anschutz Nut...

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    Fixed that for you....;)
     
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  3. Bensile

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    Appreciate it.
     
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    Well I ordered one up last week to try, shot side by side with the polish one and almost smack on, biggest deviation was 3fps. Very impressed with it so far, I strap it to the Steyr cylinder and line the front of the Chrono with the end of the cone stripper. This way its exactly the same for every shot near enough. Personally I would say it's as good as any be that my crombo or the polish ones.

    One big advantage you can shoot groups and see the impact compared to the velocity, let's you find the sweet spot for the barrel and pellets. I usually set it to 777ish now I've found a new magic number .

    Bri
     
  5. Bensile

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    Hi Bri

    Send a picture. The one I have we mounted on a tripod and we are getting variation on the results.

    We are trying to find the right position and seems different per gun.

    Maybe you’ve hit the best method and to actually attach it to the gun. I’d like to try.
     
  6. tony mccracken

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    There is guy on youtube that is making a 3D cradle for this chronograph which hangs on the end of the barrel some one on here might be able to download the link and put it on here company is called Airgunology they are £19.99
     
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    One of the lads at the club does 3d printing, already spoke to him our option was a tube clip to snap straight on. The straps just as easy though in reality so waiting to see, I'll stick a picture up later

    Bri
     
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  9. tony mccracken

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    Yes that’s the one
     
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    Thanks Bri,

    look forward to it. Strap seems a nice and robust option and flexible when coming to check various different rifles.
     
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    Here you go cheap and simple or KISS as the saying goes.

    Bri
     

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    Cheers Bri

    As they say pure KISS
     
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