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Thread: LabRadar Chronograph aiming problem solved!

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    LabRadar Chronograph aiming problem solved!

    I have owned a LabRadar chrono for two years. Getting it to track and record shots fired was so frustrating I was about to get rid of it and go to an optical. A frustration search for a LabRadar aiming device on the internet led me to Smoke4320. He is providing a scope mounting bracket which mounts over the tiny V-notch, insufficient, aiming channel LabRadarís manufacturer, mistakenly, believes is fine for a $500 instrument.
    I received Smoke4320 scopemount complete with picatinny rail and Weaver
    1Ē rings for the amazingly low price of $40 shipped! A quick search of the basement retreaved an old Redfield 3-9 TV screen scope. I centered the reticule and
    mounted it to the Picatinny rail on Smoke4320ís bracket. It slipped on the LabRadar over the tiny V-notch and inspired confidence in the chronoís ability all owner again.
    I was not disappointed at the range. Setting up the LabRadar was a breeze this time. Looking through that old Redfield put me on the target at 100 yards instantly. The LabRadar tracker and recorded every shot, 40 in all, flawlessly. What amazed me was I had set up a target at 200 yards. Without reaiming the chrono picked up everydhotq in that group, also.
    I canít recommend Smoke4320ís scopemount more highly. Iíve already told two local friends and will continue to spread the good news. If you want to talk to a great guy give him a call any week day at 704-624-7320 btwn 10am-6pm
    I have no connection or financial interest in posting this information.

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    Agree, that is the direction I went.
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