Shooting Chrony Beta Chronograph, Blue

PY-A-837

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Shooting Chrony chronographs measure the velocity of almost any projectile, including pellets, steel BBs, plastic and metal airsoft BBs, bullets, shotgun pellets and slugs, arrows, bolts, darts, paintballs and just about any other projectile. Shooting Chrony chronographs measure speed (feet per second and meters per second) from 30 fps to 7,000 fps with more than 99.5% accuracy.

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 diffusers in place if needed, 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


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Item Code: SC10BTBLUE [PY-A-837]
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By Richard from USA on 2014-03-02
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Things I liked: Very compact and relatively easy to use with basic functions. Setting up six strings was pretty easy as was sending them to permanent storage.

Things I would have changed: Have a step-by-step users guide.

What others should know: Basic functions were pretty easy. After putting info into permanent storage, I had a hard time clearing and deleting permanent storage. A step-by-step users guide would be nice.

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By Jeff from USA on 2013-12-10
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Things I liked: Having tangible data to track the "health" of my airguns.

Things I would have changed: Not really a "change," but I will be purchasing a remote and indoor light kit.

What others should know: My attempts to use my new Chrony indoors, with indoor lighting has been an utter failure so far. Outdoors, it works like a charm. It's not the most intuitive device to use, but once you get the hang of it, it is a necessity to have in your tool box if you're planning to tune your own guns!

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By Airgun Papa from USA on 2013-10-27
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Things I liked: NOT MADE IN CHINA! Our Canadian neighbors are manufacturing these. Perhaps if our government would quit choking the life out of our economic potential, we might get jobs too.

Things I would have changed: Not much. I made a heavy Plexiglas shield to cover the screen and area over the top to deflect errant shots from my pellet rifles.

What others should know: The SHOOTING CHRONY BETA is a much superior unit to the COMPETITION ELECTRONICS, INC. PROCHRONO DIGITAL. I have had four of the latter so I am not comparing one bad unit to another manufacturer’s good unit. All four of the PROCHRONO DIGITAL units exhibited the same recurring and annoying tendency to miss shots. Not just the occasional shot, but at times when the light was less than optimum, they would not read regardless of how it was set it up (diffusers or no diffusers, etc.). When I got the SHOOTING CHRONY BETA, I was not sure things were going to be any better. The PROCHRONO would only read BB’s in the very best of light, so that is what I tried first for comparison. To my delight, it did not just read most of them, it read them all! Later, I discovered it was also more reliable when testing pellets in various light conditions, even reading in bright light and blue sky without the sky screens. I did find that in the dimmer light of late afternoon it wanted the sky screens removed to see the pellets, but it read them at a time that none of the others ever would. I was both thankful and miffed! I had wasted a lot of money on those former units and all along they were inferior performers, it was not just a lighting condition.

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  • Owl from USA asked:

    Does anybody know where this was made? I do not want to buy a,,, well,,, I would prefer to buy an American made product if at all possible. Is this model made in the USA? Do you know of any that are???

    • Victor from USA asked:

      Can one later add a master control for your bench like the red one?

      • Hemn Mahmmod from Albania asked:

        how many foots should place/put the chrony from the muzzle of the air guns ? i mean the distance between the muzzle and the chrony screen?

        • Eugene from USA:

          I have put over 40,000 shots through it and depends on which gun I shoot 6 to 12 inches from muzzle.

        • Dan the Man from USA:

          Pistols, 5 to 10 feet. Rifle, 10 to 15 feet.

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