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SOME INPUT PLEASE. I PRACTICE WITH 1 OZ LOADS. (16.5 GRAINS RED DOT, GUN CLUB HULLS, CB1100 WADS). I ALSO LOADED UP SOME 1 1/8 LOADS (16.7 CLAY DOT, GUN CLUBS, WINDJAMMER WADS) THEY CRONOGRAPHED THE SAME! 4 EACH, AVERAGED 1150. DOES THIS SOUND RIGHT?
 

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If you use your chronograph much you probably know it can be trusted..... Normally you can guess about impact on your shoulder, how "hard" a shot feels or sounds but as a rule the gauge is accurate.... Larry
 

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BRADY AND 1STRAIGHT ARE RIGHT OF COURSE. BUT MANY OF US ARE LOOKING TO KEEP SHOOTING COSTS DOWN. A LOT OF GUYS SHOOTING
OVER 15000, ( I KNOW THERE ARE GUYS WHO SHOOT MORE!) TARGETS A YEAR ARE LOOKING TO SAVE WHEN WE CAN.
THATS WHY I WAS LOOKING FOR SIMALAR SPEEDS IN MY PRACTICE VS COMPETITION LOADS.
JUST WANNA MAKE SURE I'M NOT OUT SMARTING MYSELF.
 

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For my reloads it cost $4.80 a box for 1.25 and $4.50 for an ounce. So at years end if I shot 15000 like you I would save $180. Is it worth it for you???? Practice with a purpose.
 
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