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    Superchrono tested at the muzzle, 50 meters and at the target 100meters, I gave the unit to a Stuart Elliot from BRT Shooting supplies to give it a burl he was happy with the performance.

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    Yeah I have one of these...jury is still out on it though. Only used it once in past 4 months and now hte batteries are flat! F..k my old shooters chrony 9v batt lasts years! Also you cant read the display from the shooting position which is a PITA. Pretty dumb really they really didnt think about it very well did they! It has so much potential!@#$%

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    Doesn't it record the velocities so you can just look at them after firing your string of shots?

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    Yeah I found the same re chewing through the batteries. Not overly impressed with it at all myself. Compared to my CED M2 the velocities are down by 150fps avg having it set up at the same distance as the M2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer View Post
    Yeah I found the same re chewing through the batteries. Not overly impressed with it at all myself. Compared to my CED M2 the velocities are down by 150fps avg having it set up at the same distance as the M2.
    But which one do you think is more accurate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwijames View Post
    But which one do you think is more accurate?
    Fair question, have only ever had the M2. Would be more then happy to send it to someone with a proven chroney to test it against etc.

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    I have an M2 and it is within 50fps of what I would expect from load data I have used. It also matches my ballistic program pretty well. I would hope the CED was the more accurate in this instance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    I have an M2 and it is within 50fps of what I would expect from load data I have used. It also matches my ballistic program pretty well. I would hope the CED was the more accurate in this instance.
    That's good to hear. I would think or like to think the same. When I've shot steel the CED info I've used has seemed to be pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer View Post
    That's good to hear. I would think or like to think the same. When I've shot steel the CED info I've used has seemed to be pretty good.
    I want the super to be streets ahead. It would just make life so much easier.


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    Looks like that range has a fair bit of use with all the holes in the bank
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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    I want the super to be streets ahead. It would just make life so much easier.


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    I'm the same but it doesn't seem to be.


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    my super chrono used batteries flat out too
    but it has died now not sure exactly but i think i had it too close to the muzzle cracked the screen and wont start up any more
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