Cranky Farmer

Ok, so I did it ...

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I shot my first chronograph this weekend! Doh !!!! :roflmao3[1]: It looks a little rough, but it still was reading my last shot when I quit for the day.

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QUOTE(smallblockfuelie @ Apr 29 2007, 10:56 PM) *I shot my first chronograph this weekend! Doh !!!! You sound like a happy guy SBF so how do you gut and skin and mount one? :roflmao3[1]:

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I shot my first chronograph this weekend! Doh !!!! :yahoo: It looks a little rough, but it still was reading my last shot when I quit for the day.
SBF,Congrats on your first! You know we all like pics. We can take the shock of bare wires hanging out. :unsure:

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It should recover just fine with the use of a little hammer time, but I am likely going to just keep it as a spare. I ordered a Pact that will give me a larger shooting area and keeps all the vital components next to me so that if I do happen to shoot the uprights it will be much easier (and cheaper) to replace.

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SBF,Not hardly any damage!You should see the screens on my Oehler. They've been dinged two or three times.

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I don't put mine very far out. Just enough to keep the blast from affecting it. Ten feet is usually more than enough for the biggest guns.

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How far out did you have it from the bench?
You can bet he wasn't checking the muzzle velocity. Those things are hard to hit at 10 feet!!!

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