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Old March 3, 2013, 01:06 PM   #39
WaltherRuger
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Join Date: March 3, 2013
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Good Feedback

I'm fairly new to reloading. I enjoy keeping data (I'm weird in that way), so that's really why I bought a chronograph. I would venture to say that it may be even more important for someone new to reloading to have a chronograph. No, you don't really need one. But the feedback it gives you teaches you about how much variation you're getting in your loads.

I also found it interesting that after shooting a few rounds and noticing the correlation with recoil and velocity readings, I can guess pretty closely what the fps is going to read before it actually appears on the screen, just based on the recoil I feel.

Chronograph is not necessary. But it is a very useful tool.
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