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Last year when I set in to reloading I wanted to get a chronograph. I found one that would give you your speeds, deviations etc., and even tell you where it needed to be sighted in at 25 yards so it would be on at 100,200,300 and so on and thats the one I wanted but I cant remember what book it was in or the name of it. If it could be trusted thats the one I want. Does anyone have one that they have used and would it be worth the price? I can get a chronograph for around a hundred bucks and the best I remember the fancy one that I cant find was close to 300. If anyone has any advice please feel free to give it to me...d2
 

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I have 2, a PACT MKIV and a Competition Electronics Pro Chrono. I have grown to like the CE over the PACT for easier setup. It has a digital readout and gives quite a bit of info. The PACT gives more info, and also beams to a printer, but is harder to setup.

I take mine to the range just about every time I go. It seems that there is always a load I am working on or something where I want to know bullet velocity.

Here's the Competition Electronics Pro Chrono...

http://www.competitionelectronics.com/pages/Prochrono_Digital.html

You could look around the net a little and might find it on sale somewhere.

Here is the PACT MKIV...

http://www.pact.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=15&Itemid=74

The one that all others seem to be judged by is the Oehler, but it comes at a price, too. For the home hobbyist, I personally feel that either of the 2 above would do just fine.

http://www.oehler-research.com/
 
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