98sr20ve Posted January 5, 2007 Share Posted January 5, 2007 (edited) Lets start with I have never used a chronograph before. I don't know how close I have it when testing 9mm loads, or if the lights I have in my range will work. My private local range has small spot lights ligting the bench and the 10ft spot (as well as the others out to 50ft). If I turn them all on it's fairly bright for a indoor range. I am often the only shooter as well, so I can turn 5 lanes on at once if I like. Will a standard chronograph even work in such a setting? How close is the sensing unit to my gun. Should I get the IR version (which I don't want to spend the extra if I don't have to). I don't want to waste my money as this is my only place to shoot/chronograph at this time. What Chronograph would you recommend in the 100 range (more if IR I guess). Edited January 5, 2007 by 98sr20ve Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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