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PostPosted: Sun Sep 05, 2021 8:40 am 
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Just thought I'd post one of those "unexpected" moments that can happen...Chrony was reading fine and suddenly I could not get it to work no matter HOW I placed the lights...Took me 10 minutes to find the problem.....lol.. :D


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LOL ya that's a fluke ...............

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This is one of the happiest combinations of chronograph and pellet that I have seen.
Others have required another visit to the chronograph store.....


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ricochet and landed on the sensor.... :lol:

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Ace wrote:
ricochet and landed on the sensor.... :lol:


yeah....last thing I expected to find while repositioning the lights....changing the battery....all to no avail...and finally deciding to maybe try cleaning the sensor glass...lol

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Rob27 wrote:
This is one of the happiest combinations of chronograph and pellet that I have seen.
Others have required another visit to the chronograph store.....


funny you mentioned that...I HAVE clipped my chrony twice but its still ticking..

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MyCrosman wrote:
yeah....last thing I expected to find while repositioning the lights....changing the battery....all to no avail...and finally deciding to maybe try cleaning the sensor glass...lol

yes! sometimes its the silliest and simple things that get you... :mrgreen:

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MyCrosman wrote:
Rob27 wrote:
This is one of the happiest combinations of chronograph and pellet that I have seen.
Others have required another visit to the chronograph store.....


funny you mentioned that...I HAVE clipped my chrony twice but its still ticking..


Last time I 'clipped' a chrony, it was with a 45-90, needless to say... it stopped thicking.
- Note to self: if there are gust of wind, make sure the chrony tripod is weighted down :axe:


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