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Old July 5, 2000, 02:29 PM   #1
westvirginia
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Join Date: March 10, 2000
Location: Atlanta
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I've been reloading for a while, but just loading mostly plinking stuff. Now I want to tune a couple of rifle loads and want to measure velocities. What would everyone recomend for a good, inexpensive chronograph? I don't care about bells and whistles, I just want one that's reliable, not prone to breakage and will be reasonably inexpensive. I started out with Lee realoding tools, and though I like their dies, I don't care for much else made by them. My point is I don't want to go super-cheap and not be happy with what I've bought. I'm completely new to chronys, so all advice/experience would be appreciated!


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