Measures speed of bullets, arrows, shot, pellets, paintballs, etc. from 30 to 7000 ft per second. Mount on tripod or place on table. Measures 7-1/2x4-1/2x2-3/4" when folded. Made of 20 gauge steel. Weighs less than 2-1/2 lbs. Uses one 9 Volt alkaline battery (not included) for 48 hours of continuous use. Gives numbered shot velocities. Velocity stays on display until you shoot again. One string, from 2 to 32 shot memory. Measures high, low and average velocities, extreme spread and standard deviation. Retrieval of individual shot velocities and statistics. Delete individual shots from memory (with automatic adjustment of statistics). Stereo jack for optional Ballistic Chrony Printer (644-359). For indoors, use the optional Indoor Shooting Light Fixture (432-880). Alpha uses optional Remote Control (286-102).
Chronograph measures speed from 30 to 7000 fps, calculating high, low and average velocities, extreme spread and standard deviation. It can be mounted on a tripod or placed on a table and measures 7-1/2" x 4-1/2" x 2-3/4" when folded. Made of durable 20 gauge steel, but it weighs less than 2-1/2 lbs. Individual shots can be deleted and the statistics will automatically adjust. The unit is powered by one 9 volt battery (not included) for 48 hours of continuous use and features an input jack for optional Ballistic Chrony Printer (sold separately). This Master Chronograph has a monitor that brings the large LCD up to your bench. Covered under a 3 year limited factory warranty.
Prints on plain paper, comes with 16 ft. interface cable and runs on 120V_AC Adapter, Output_6VDC (included) or 4-AA Batteries (not included). Can be placed anywhere on the Shooting Bench because it connects to the Chrony with a Cable (without needing light port alignments).
The Shooting Chrony Beta Master Chronograph measures the speed of bullets and other projectiles from 30 to 7000 fps. It can be mounted to a tripod or placed on a table, and it's made of 20 gauge steel but weighs less than 2-1/2 lbs. Uses one 9 volt battery (not included) for 48 hours of continuous use. Features 60-shot memory, forget button to clear individual strings and a jack for optional Ballistic Chrony Printer (sold separately). The Shooting Chrony Beta Master Chronograph also stores data when turned off and moves instantly from string to string. Requires optional Indoor Shooting Light Fixture (sold separately) for use with fluorescent lights. The Shooting Chrony Beta Master Chronograph has a monitor that brings the LCD to your bench.
The Shooting Chrony F1 Chronograph measures the speed of bullets and other projectiles from 30 to 7000 fps. It can be mounted on a tripod or placed on a table and runs on one 9 volt battery (not included) for up to 48 hours of continuous use. It features a large remote LCD display that shows numbered shot velocities, and the velocity stays on the display until you shoot again. It also includes a jack for use with the optional Chrony Ballistic Printer (sold separately).
Measures the speed of bullets and other projectiles from 30 to 7000 feet per second. Mounts on any tripod or it can be placed on a table. Runs on one 9 volt battery (not included) for 48 hours of continuous use. Includes the Ballistic Chrony Printer and features a 500 shot memory divided into 50 numbered strings of 2 to 10 shots each. Measures and stores shot velocities and time-elapsed between shots, and a timer mode measures up to 1800 rounds/per minute.
Shooting Chrony Chronographs are ideal for the shooter who needs accurate information regarding velocities of his handloads. These all metal construction chronographs are the best selling in the world. Each Shooting Chrony is lightweight and compact. The Master Series line puts the data readout head with you at the bench by plugging in the 16 foot cord to make the unit remote control.
The Gamma Chrony is the high end shooting Chrony with all the bells and whistles. It has IBM PC interface capability with optional IBM PC card and software (purchased separately), 1000 shot memory, string size change capability and includes the Ballistic Printer which also acts as remote control.
If you compete in or practice for IPSC, Steel Challenge, Western Action Shooting, or anytime you want to know how fast you can handle your Firearm.
These are the Timers for you!
Shot Times (the overall time from the loud start signal)
Split Times (the time between each shot fire)
Shot Numbers (the total numbers of shots fired)
Review (of the last 60 shots fired)
A Loud Start Signal (even when wearing both earplugs and earmuffs)
2 to 5 Second Delay or Instant Start (for practice or competition)
Programmable PAR Time (user-programmable start and stop signals)
Flashing Shots (fired in overtime in the PAR Mode)
User Adjustable Sensitivity Adjustment
Range Officer Walk Through Mode, Programmable from 2-10 minutes
with warning signals at the start, one minute remaining and end of time.
The Official Time is always the time recorded on the Shot Timer