MASTER CHRONY MODELS have the same features as their respective SHOOTING CHRONY MODELS plus: Remote Control with close-up read-out and 18 ft cord. Now you can test your airgun's velocity yourself! All Chrony models are powered by a single 9V battery and can be easily attached to a 1/4-20 tpi camera tripod for fast, easy set up. The Chrony is simple to use, just unfold the box, set the sky screens in place with the diffusers, turn on the switch and start shooting. 60-shot memory (divided into 6 numbered strings from 2 to 10 shot each, with one set of statistics for each string) Can be switched off, taken home and switched on for reviewing, information retrieval or, (together) with optional IBM Interface) downloading onto your computer; Moves instantly from string to string, interrupts shooting on any string without memory loss, each string delivers its own statistics, etc Forget Button to clear individual string-memory instantly Change string size Delete individual shots, or all data from memory Key Features: Gives numbered shot velocities Velocity stays on display until you shoot again Stereo Jack for optional Remote Control or Printer Uses one 9 volt alkaline battery with 48 hours of continuous use. ONE String, from 2 to 32 shot memory (Numbered) Measures High, Low and Average Velocities, Extreme Spread and Standard Deviations. Retrieval of individual shot velocity measurements Delete individual shots from memory (with automatic adjustment of Statistics)
If you own any tun-able air gun this is a must have. Makes shooting and tuning easy and precise.
ProsTakes the guess work out of tuning.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
October 30, 2013
AT FRIST I WAS HAVING TROUBLE , GETTING LOTS OF ERRORS THE FRONT SENSOR THEN THE REAR SENSOR . TRIED OUT DOORS , IN THE SHADE ,IN THE SUN , OVER CAST JUST COULDN'T GET IT TO WORK . I WAS GETTING LIKE 1 OR 2 READINGS OUT OF TEN . WENT TO OTHER DEALERS TO READ THERE REVIEWS TO SEE IF OTHER SHOOTERS HAD THE SAME PROBLEM . I FOUND OUT THAT THE SENSORS ARE VERY SENSITIVE IF THE LIGHTING IS NOT RIGHT IT DOESN'T PICK UP THE PELLET THATS CAUSE ERROR PROBLEMS. I READ SOME GUYS PUT LED LIGHTS TO HELP THE SENSORS PICK UP THE PELLET SO I WENT SHOPPING LOOK AT HOMEDEPOT LIGHTING DEPARTMENT GOT SOME IDEAS BUT IT COST ALOT SO I PUT THOSE IDEAS ON THE BACK BURNER AND WENT LOOKING AT WALMART . I FOUND SOME LED LIGHTS IN THE HARDWARE DEPARTMENT THEY WERE JUST WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR 2X5X1 CAMO NICE LIGHTS FOR 6 BUCKS SO I BOUGHT 2 LIGHTS. WENT HOME TO TRY IT OUT . I JUST TURN ON THE LIGHTS AND LAYED IT ON TOP OF THE SHADE AND TOOK TEN ROUNDS AND ALL TEN REGISTER I WAS HAPPY. IT WORK IN ALL CONDITIONS. RIGHT NOW I SHOOT FROM INSIDE MY GARAGE TO MY TARGET 20 YD. OUTSIDE OF THE GARAGE. IN MY GARAGE I HAVE FLORESCENT LIGHTS ON AND IT STILL PICKS UP THE PELLET. SO IF YOU HAVING TROUBLE WITH ERRORS 2 $6.00 LED LIGHTS FROM WALMART WORKS GREAT FOR ME.
Pros18 FT. CORD
DOES THE JOB WITH THE RIGHT LIGHTING
ConsTHE SHADE COULD HAVE A BETTER CONNECTION
Very useful tool.
June 28, 2013
So far this has given me more info than I thought of asking for. First off is that I'm shooting Kodiaks 25 FPS faster than expected, woot! Second; they are VERY consistent with 10 shot strings as low as 3.9 FPS standard deviation and a long term of 6.7 SD for hundreds of shots. Now I can make better use of Chairgun software and the Map6 reticle. Thirdly, I had semi consistent results with .22 JSB Exact jumbos that showed great potential and otherwise. The extreme spread was 50 FPS! My conclusion was that they were too loose in the bore to stay seated while I closed my break barrel springer and they fell back into the O ring/breach seal void and allowed blow by to occur for some shots. Fourth, I deep seated a variety of pellets and found that the extra volume behind the pellet reduced the velocity by 40 FPS on average. Paid for itself already by now! When I reached my second 1,000 shot lube I slightly over lubed by 25 to 50 percent and after all the dieseling was settled I lost 10 FPS on average for about two tins! Won't do that again! What made me think I was smarter than the engineer? Not the Chrony!
Pros Easy to set up and the remote display is easy to read with the screens positioned at 10 feet away. Works in a variety of light (not rain lol) and if you want to use it indoors use a bright incandecent light source lighting a bright ceiling above the screens without the diffusers .
Cons As mentioned it's a tight fit so I never tried to re-package because I set up 10 foot away and shot offhand. If you leave the display outside of the box there is plenty of room for the 18' cord and the 9v battery. If you place the screens 3 feet away and shoot off the bench you only need to separate a few loops of cord and packing up would be easier.
The only con is I had to tap the camera mounting hole because of paint overspray, big whoop.
Master Chronograph W/ remote
January 18, 2013
Easy to set up and use. A must for tricking out your pellet gun. Any tuning you do to the gun is shown by the FPS you see on the chrono.
ProsEasy to set up and with the remote. I have it on my table as I shoot a string of ten shots for viewing. Gives and high and low reading and a average after shooting. A must if your trying to achieve more out of your gun.
ConsWhen I put it away and fold it up, there is not a lot of room to get all the wires from the remote in. I have to be careful not to close the unit on the wires and cut them.
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