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  • How Do You Use a Chronograph to Develop a Load? | Shooters

    Chronograph Accuracy Tips - 15 Practical Tips to Increase

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  • The 4 Best Chronographs for the Money – Ballistic Shooting

    The first electronic shooting chronographs date back to the late 19th Century and relied upon crude arrangements where a bullet cut a wire, which registered an electric pulse. A rather crude affair, but reasonably effective, and useful for military training and experimentation, particularly with artillery. Eventually, the shooting chronograph evolved to the point of using […]

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  • Three Things To Consider When Buying A Ballistic Chronograph

    Aug 21, 2019 · A good chronograph is a critical piece of equipment for those who handload their own ammunition and for those who want to get the most accuracy out of …

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  • Best Shooting Chronographs - Sniper Country

    Nov 04, 2021 · We'll take a look at seven great options. Caldwell Ballistic Precision Chronograph: A solid choice with 99.7% accuracy. Caldwell Ballistic Precision Chronograph G2: A shooting chronograph that provides easy-to-read data and has a Bluetooth function. Gun Gear Depot Precision Chronograph: A …

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  • How to Get Muzzle Velocity Without a Chronograph - YouTube

    It's no secret the best way to get a proper muzzle velocity for your rifle is with a Chronograph. This will help ensure proper accuracy at distance when used

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  • Chronograph Accuracy Tips - 15 Practical Tips to Increase

    Jul 20, 2012 · Position the chronograph 15-20' from the muzzle to avoid interference from muzzle blast. To get true velocity at the muzzle (what most ballistics programs need), you can typically add .75 mph per foot. For example, if the chronograph was 20' from the muzzle and displayed a reading of 3,200 fps you would just add on 20*.75, which is 15.

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  • How much powder to load??? - chronograph - YouTube

    How to use a chronograph in load development

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  • Chronograph data in excel - Bullseye Forum

    Sep 11, 2019 · Chronograph data in excel. Bullseye shooting along with reloading is fun. Using a chronograph and collecting data in excel is enlightening. My equipment a Shooting Chrony set up 15 feet from my muzzle and a string of known quality factory ammo is fired to establish my chrono, lighting, and placement are satisfactory.

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  • Chronograph Accuracy Tips - 15 Practical Tips to Increase

    Jul 20, 2012 · Position the chronograph 15-20' from the muzzle to avoid interference from muzzle blast. To get true velocity at the muzzle (what most ballistics programs need), you can typically add .75 mph per foot. For example, if the chronograph was 20' from the muzzle and displayed a reading of 3,200 fps you would just add on 20*.75, which is 15.

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  • Three Things To Consider When Buying A Ballistic Chronograph

    Aug 21, 2019 · A good chronograph is a critical piece of equipment for those who handload their own ammunition and for those who want to get the most accuracy out of …

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  • Standard Deviation & Load Development – North American Arms

    The load could eventually prove to be a good one, but the odds are against it. I'm looking for good loads, and abandon bad loads as quickly as possible. With the large standard deviation confirming the large group, I abandon the load quickly and don't feel guilty for shooting fewer than twenty shots.

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  • 10 Round Load Development Ladder Test - 6.5 Guys

    May 22, 2017 · Then I will shoot these over the chronograph and look for the nodes. A node will be a velocity flat spot where .4-.8 gr of powder doesn't move the speedometer much. This example with Reloader 26 in my 6.5 Addiction with 140 RDFs, the flat spot is between 51.2 and 51.8 grains -velocity went from 3025-3033 fps.

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  • Chronograph? Do you really need one? | The Firearms Forum

    Jun 23, 2016 · I load for accuracy also. After I find a load I like, I'll shoot it across my chronograph to find out their velocities, just out of curiosity. I loaded for over 20 years without one, don't really need it, like a lot of my reloading stuff. I posted a thread a while back about a chronograph protector I built to prevent shooting the box.

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  • Chronograph selection help | Long Range Hunting Forum

    Aug 05, 2021 · I am looking to add a chronograph to my load development process. I have borrowed a magneto speed from a friend a couple of times and the more I use it the more I think I may not want to go that route. I think what I want is a old school traditional chronograph. The magneto speed has enough

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  • Using chronograph data to determine the best load

    Dec 28, 2005 · IMR4895 produced the best accuracy; tested at 2.8 inches at 600 yards. The best primer today is probably PMC ones. They don't deteriorate and start producing higher muzzle velocity spreads within a year like the others. Change powder charge weight by …

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  • Has anyone performed ladder tests using chronograph

    Dec 02, 2017 · Well, not exactly like that because when I developed my 223 "standard" round, I didn't own a chronograph. I just started near the bottom of the range (based on a consensus of published starting loads) and then went up a little bit each time to see whether the load was accurate.

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  • Shooting a muzzleloader through chronograph | Long Range

    Jul 20, 2012 · Position the chronograph 15-20' from the muzzle to avoid interference from muzzle blast. To get true velocity at the muzzle (what most ballistics programs need), you can typically add .75 mph per foot. For example, if the chronograph was 20' from the muzzle and displayed a reading of 3,200 fps you would just add on 20*.75, which is 15.

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  • Chronograph? Do you really need one? | The Firearms Forum

    Jun 23, 2016 · I load for accuracy also. After I find a load I like, I'll shoot it across my chronograph to find out their velocities, just out of curiosity. I loaded for over 20 years without one, don't really need it, like a lot of my reloading stuff. I posted a thread a while back about a chronograph protector I built to prevent shooting the box.

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  • [Hands-On] 4 Best Shooting Chronographs For the Money

    Editor Recommendations. For the average user or even the average reloader, the Caldwell G2 is amazing for the money. $200ish at the store and you get a solid chrono, tripod, accessories, and can connect it via Bluetooth to your phone or tablet. Caldwell G2 Ballistic Precision Chronograph. 190.

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  • Working up a load without a chronograph - is it possible

    A test showing bullet speed with different powder loads.Truly appreciate you watching the videos!!!New Merch available - https://bit.ly/2W68GqpHeavy Metal he

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