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Postby Tank » Thu Jul 10, 2014 4:47 am

This is new: http://mylabradar.com/
I wonder if Phil would care to comment, slice of you that Phil. Besides, when you get yours I can come 'round and play with it :mrgreen:
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Re: Radar

Postby Certus » Thu Jul 10, 2014 11:22 am

Tank wrote:This is new: http://mylabradar.com/
I wonder if Phil would care to comment, slice of you that Phil. Besides, when you get yours I can come 'round and play with it :mrgreen:


Hi Graham,

Sure makes the old Skan chronograph look a bit primitive.

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Re: Radar

Postby Tank » Fri Jul 11, 2014 8:48 am

I must say that it does look promising with plenty of features and Bluetooth remote operation from a smartphone. No doubt Import duties will make it prohibitively expensive but it just shows how far things have come. I remember reading an anecdotal story about Robert Watson-Watt, the inventor of what we would regard as modern day Radar. He was pulled over in Canada after being scanned using Radar exceeding the speed limit. He was reported as saying he would never have invented it if he had know as to what nefarious use would be made of it!
Story made me chuckle anyway.
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Re: Radar

Postby johnbaz » Fri May 08, 2015 11:37 am

Hi all

I have a chrono that you shoot over the top of rather than through ;)

The 'CARD Pellet Spy' was produced by Gerald Cardew quite a few years ago, It came with a list of numbers, The readout gives a figure which is referenced against the numbers in the list to give f.p.s., M.e. can be worked out in the usual way then..

It did actually come with another list which gave muzzle energies for the BisMag pellets...

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I must admit to being hesitant to actually trying it out with my record of shooting and killing chronoscopes in my posession in the past! (100% kill record!!) My 'nickname' over on the BBS is 'Chrono Slayer' :whistle:



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