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 August 12, 2002, 10:01 PM #1 kidcoltoutlaw Senior Member   Join Date: April 13, 2000 Location: bluefield Posts: 735 Oehler Model 35 p does the unit sit on the table with the gun.or is it like the chrony and a stray bullet will take it out,thanks,keith __________________ It's not just a gun it's the symbol of freedom
 August 12, 2002, 10:24 PM #2 Mal H Staff   Join Date: March 20, 1999 Location: Somewhere in the woods of Northern Virginia Posts: 15,438 Well, let's take a look at Oehler's web site and find out. http://www.oehler-research.com/model35.html It sits on the bench.
 August 13, 2002, 12:25 AM #3 kidcoltoutlaw Senior Member   Join Date: April 13, 2000 Location: bluefield Posts: 735 could not tell from the pic while we are at it can you explain standard deviation.i think it is the devaition above or below the mean.i have a 35p choronograph on the way should i just leave it up to it to do the math,thanks,keith __________________ It's not just a gun it's the symbol of freedom
 August 13, 2002, 01:43 AM #4 Mal H Staff   Join Date: March 20, 1999 Location: Somewhere in the woods of Northern Virginia Posts: 15,438 You couldn't tell from the pic? The chronograph is that calculator looking device sitting on the bench. The sky screens (in front of the rifle in the picture) must always be close to where the bullet is going to travel. So it is possible to shoot them if you're not careful. Let the chronograph do all the math for you. It'll do it about 50,000 times faster and more accurately. To answer your question though, the standard deviation is the square root of the summation of the squares of the difference of each sample in a set to the average of the set divided by the number of samples. See why you should leave the calc to the chrono?
 August 13, 2002, 10:18 AM #5 kidcoltoutlaw Senior Member   Join Date: April 13, 2000 Location: bluefield Posts: 735 it could have been this the calculator looking device could have been the printer.and the brain could have been up there with the sky screens where they could catch a bullet.does the unit come with everything but the bipod,thanks,keith __________________ It's not just a gun it's the symbol of freedom
 August 13, 2002, 11:52 AM #6 Mal H Staff   Join Date: March 20, 1999 Location: Somewhere in the woods of Northern Virginia Posts: 15,438 That I'm not sure. That would be a good question for the dealer you bought it from. Sometimes even the sky screen bar is an accessory. I believe the 35P comes with everything you need, but I'm fairly certain the tripod isn't included. But you should check to be sure.
 August 13, 2002, 12:24 PM #7 Steve Smith Senior Member   Join Date: December 9, 1999 Posts: 4,131 FYI, if you get the "Master" line Chrony, the brains are in the unit that goes on the bench. The part you shoot through is only a \$35 replacement. As me how I know. __________________ Favor the X. Steve Smith NRA Life Member
 August 13, 2002, 07:32 PM #8 Peter M. Eick Senior Member   Join Date: August 3, 1999 Location: Houston, Texas Posts: 2,991 My 35p kit came with everything but a tripod. It was all enclusive. Great unit, very reliable and easy to set up. Now, if only the tripod was that easy..... __________________ 10mm and 357sig, the best things to come along since the 38 super!
 August 19, 2002, 01:35 AM #9 kidcoltoutlaw Senior Member   Join Date: April 13, 2000 Location: bluefield Posts: 735 now i need a better tripod for 50 dollars i can get the 4 foot set up for the skyscreens with 2 tripods.sounds to good how much is a tripod,that will do what i need,thanks,keith __________________ It's not just a gun it's the symbol of freedom
 August 19, 2002, 09:36 AM #10 Johnny Guest Moderator Emeritus   Join Date: August 28, 1999 Location: North Texas Posts: 4,120 I've had an Oehler 35 for several years - - - and I am a big believer in their products. I chose Oehler because two different forensic firearms examiners told me that (1) They use Oehler in their labs, and (2) The goevernment firearms labs--hardly constrained by economy-- use Oehlers. I have been entirely satisfied with the 35. My ONLY dissatisfaction is that I was too cheap to order it with the printer. I still think that someday I'll send it back to the factory for refurbishing and get the printer at the same time. No, you don't have to send it in for the printer--I just like the idea of preventive maintenance. Best, Johnny Guest __________________ MOLON LABE! Amendment II ensures the rest of the Bill of Rights. Blog: Expert Witness
 August 19, 2002, 09:45 AM #11 retiredsgt Senior Member   Join Date: August 5, 2001 Location: Red Lion, Pa. Posts: 143 Oehler Colt: The tripods are professional and used a lot in setting up lights for photo. A Good deal.

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