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For those that have and use Chronos for testing your crossbows, what brand do you use or recommend ? Both for quality and price, for the backyard shooter
I use Caldwell Ballistic Precision model. It was I thing less then $100. In decent light it works well. Inside, not so much.
Mine works great indoors under an LED shop light.I use Caldwell Ballistic Precision model. It was I thing less then $100. In decent light it works well. Inside, not so much.
Same one that I have, bought it back in 2016 when I bought my new Scorpyd Orion Extreme 175, at the time the baddest bow on the planet...shooting "up to 440 fps", lol! Haven't used it much since.Chrony model F-1 , it's an old model but seems to work, no gadgets or bluetooth or nothin, I keep saying I'm going to get a new model, but no more than I use it I just haven't ???
I’m in the same boat with Gab. I’ve nearly pushed the “ Buy It Now” button several times. But I know WWB already tests my arrows in more ways than I could. With the RDX 400 and TP 505 I know arrows fly fast enough. Using speed as a way of judging string life or other maintenance issues seems to have some merit. As Gab said “All that said…” seems like the only thing I really care about for my type of use is whether hunting tips hit where I aim. I’ve moved my money into hunting tip targets.All that said, can you guys tell me just how much you use them? I never bought one thinking, well, all I could do is shoot my bow thru it to see how fast it is. And I already know I dont have fast crossbows.