Chronographs

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Tenb0b
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Chronographs

Sun Feb 14, 2021 8:37 pm

I’ve been shooting an AA TX200HC for most of lockdown and need to do a little servicing and want to stay legal.
When I bought the air rifle it was running at 10.5 and I want to make sure it’s staying around this mark.
Can any one recommend a sensibly priced chrono that is reliable?
There seems to be cheap imports or uk/ European not cheap.
I’m sure this question has been posed many times before for which I can only apologise but advice would be welcome.

Thank you

Tenb0b

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Outandabout
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Re: Chronographs

Mon Feb 15, 2021 8:34 pm

I use a Combro CB- 625 Mk4. Which is easy to use and spot on for what I want.

Where are you based maybe somebody could lend you 1 just to check your still legal until you pick 1 up.
Kevin

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Re: Chronographs

Tue Feb 16, 2021 2:13 pm

I had a few combro's but was never 100% happy with them as some lighting affected their readings - not numbers but missreading :?

few years ago I bought a Bluechron(iirc??) and it seems to be less picky ;)

^^ although I've not run a string for a while so no idea if it still works :mrgreen:

years ago I had the old shooting-cronny things that were bench-mounted & they were a pain to use...

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Tenb0b
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Re: Chronographs

Wed Feb 17, 2021 8:04 am

Many thanks guys. I live in East Kent

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