Here are eight helpful tips from the author after spending much of his time at USPSA matches last year running chronograph stations.
From the July 1992 issue of Shooting Sports USA magazine—tips for competitive shooters on how to use a chronograph. For handloaders, a chronograph is necessary for proper load development.
Nielsen-Kellerman adds Magnetospeed, builder of top chronograph products, to Kestrel's Ballistics division. The union should prove popular with precision rifle shooters, or anyone who is a fan of precision gadgets.
Kestrel weather meters with Applied Ballistics, Labradar doppler radar and electronic targets can really aid in upping your high power rifle game.
USPSA didn’t just slap their logo on a box and name Syntech Action Pistol their official ammo for fun. Actually, they worked with Federal Ammunition engineers to develop the perfect round for the sport that’s faster, smoother and cleaner than others
Expensive equipment is not a requirement.
Here at NRA, we’re fortunate to have a dedicated test range and Oehler chronograph. On the occasion when we need to cart a portable chrony to the field, we do it the same as everyone else: Set-up the screens; deal with a wobbly tripod; hope the light is adequate and try not to shoot a screen.