If you can shoot it, the ProChrono can measure it, from 56 to 7000 feet per second. The chrono has a projectile sensitivity area larger than any comparably priced chrono on the market, allowing you to simultaneously shoot at your target for accuracy and measure shot velocities. Uses standard 9-volt battery (not included - may be purchased in options). Includes guide wires, diffusers (to block excessive sunlight), and complete operating instructions.
The PMI ProChrono Jr. is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
E-Bladed WGP Prostock Cocker, 16 Freak Kit, Evo 2, Crossfire 68ci Tank
-Not too expensive
-Very easy to use
-Need good lighting to use
It's an all-around nice chrono for the price. It's great for people who have there own private place to paintball, but dont have a chrono to make sure everyone is shooting at a safe speed, or if you just want to see how consistant your gun really is.
If you want a nice chrono get this.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, February 19th, 2005 at 9:52 pm PST
Hand Held Radar chrono: Worked as good. Chronoed our markers on the prochrono then compared readings they matched.
Tippmann Model 98, Polished internals, Custom trigger job, Clipped Hammer Spring
Custom made Drop Forward
Tear Drop 14" barrel
20oz CO2 W/Anti-Siphon tube.
Accurate, Durrable, Works in anyweather, great on batteries, Cleens easy, Mount to tripod.
Only One: Splatter. When ball breaks in marker or on rails.
It is a great durable accurate product. Shoot a paint ball over it from 10 feet away and it gives you an accurate reading. I have brought it to two fields checked marker speed in parking lot with the prochrono (I got permission to check speed in parking lot) walked up to their $300 radar chrono and the speed matches with in a 4 to 10 feet per second. Example: I shot 10 rounds over the pro chrono averaged between 266 to 284 then I shot 10 rounds over radar chrono they where between 262 to 285.
Works in all weather conditions Rain, Snow, Sleet, Hail, Sun, 100 degrees, 10 degrees it don't care. Great on batteries. I love it. It is a must for people who play around their house. You need to know how fast your shooting or you could hurt some one. All markers are different. I have seen some shoot 360 to 380 right out of the box.
Splatter can get all over the chrono for two reasons. ONE: Some knuckle head shoots one of the guide rails, And they expect to hit some one on the field!!!. TWO: A ball breaks in the marker. It is easy to clean though.
You need to have one of these if you play around the house or go to friends field where they don't chrono.
A-5 R/T with Flatline and RVA
Procarbine + ACI ZeroGravity Barrel
Easy to use
Upgrades (thermal printer and such)
Doesn't work well in direct sunlight
This is a great chronograph for all the outlaw players. You set it up on a table and get everyone to chrono before going out and playing. It is cheaper than the radar chronos you find at most major paintball fields, but almost as accurate.
I would recommend this to any paintball player. Remember safety first!
Angel lcd cobra
custom products barrel
dye 05 full drop with asa
chain trigger frame
jam-bolt int. bolt
custom products small reg
blue tint kit
3000 68 ci crossfire tank
(2) twister voulmeizers
check it products feed neck
Good on battries
I dont know
A friend of the family that plays with us has one of these and we have used it for about 2 summers and i think we only changed the battries out once or twice. Its not bad for the price and im thinking about buying one for myself.
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If your looking for a dependable and cheap chrono get this one
j&j ceramic 14 incher
3000 psi nitro tank
Strong and accurate readings.
ok first off I dont actually own one of these things how ever they have 1 at a course that I go to. I shot it 2 times on accident and the reff got all pis*ed at me and I had to clean it up but it kept on ticking... ok see ya
Goood chrono get it if you have a field if ya dont get a handheld one.