chronograph recommendations

This is a discussion on chronograph recommendations within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm looking at purchasing a chronograph to get a better handle on reloads. Any recommendations on a good chrono for a reasonable price. Please list ...

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    chronograph recommendations

    I'm looking at purchasing a chronograph to get a better handle on reloads. Any recommendations on a good chrono for a reasonable price.
    Please list any strengths or weaknesses of them, and what to look for and stay away from.
    I don't expect to ever use it in an indoor range.

    thanks for the help
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    beta, master , long cord to read to you on your bench
    replace metal rods with wood dowels
    order with extrra set of shades ( that way you will never need them)

    ---do not shoot the crony....and it may last as long as ,ine
    16 years and still can read
    ....no, i do not press 1 for english
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    Agree with claude. Have had mine for 14 years. Battery replacement is the only maintenence. They will serve you well.

    Now, if you are well heeled and want the best, get an Oehler.

    But the Chrony is plenty accurate. As claude stated, make sure YOU are accurate as well.

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