FX Outdoors

FX Outdoors True Ballistics Chronograph

( 1 Review )

Imagine a chronograph that always works and that gave the actual ballistic coefficient of a round through multiple velocity readings; all in a compact portable package. No external triggers, tripods or external power needed, just a fool proof set up with all the information you will ever need for an accurate and true ballistic calculation.

The True Ballistic Radar Chronograph measures actual speeds at four different velocities readings from 0 - 300 yards to determine actual ballistic coefficient using G1/G7 drag models. This provides actual data in your conditions, info that provides the difference between a hit and a miss. 

• No External Recoil Trigger Required
• No External Battery Pack Needed
• USB-C Recharable Internal Battery
• Small & Portable at 1.8lbs, 7.4” x 9.6”
• Radar Tech Works Rain or Shine
• Large LCD Display Screen
• Optional Bluetooth Phone App
• Measures from 400 - 4,000+ fps
• Determine Actual Ballistic Coefficient
• Shows STD Deviation and Spread
• Indicates Subsonic Yardage
• Accurate Data Avoids Costly Misses
• Select G1/G7 Drag Models
• Signal Strength / Interference Indicator

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1 Review

Jared Gustafson 12th Oct 2023

FX Outdoors True Ballistics Chronograph

I’ll start by saying I’ve used a Magnetospeed Sporter for load development for the past few years, so I’m a bit spoiled when it comes to “not missing shots”. The only complaint I have with the Magnetospeed is it’s attachment method being tied to the barrel. I understand there are tools out there to mount it to a chassis, but 3 of 4 of my centerfire rifles are in traditional stocks. With the Magnetospeed I couldn’t shoot for groups at the same time as measuring velocity. Long story short that was a burden. Today I brought the FX chronograph to the range for the first time. It didn’t miss a shot, and I would say my attention to detail on aiming the chronograph was a 4 out of 5. I was doing load work up, but used previously loaded ammo and/or factory ammo to compare measured velocity to my Magnetospeed. The 2 cartridges measured were 22-250 Remington (small and fast), and 300 PRC (big and slow-ish). Each shot used to compare chronographs for the PRC were within 3 FPS, and each shot for the 22-250 were within 7 FPS. I give this product a 5 star rating based on one range trip. Couldn’t be happier so far. Fairly compact and easy/quick setup. I did use the phone app to study strings after each set of shots. Seemed to work well. One anomaly I noticed is one of the shots recorded 1 FPS faster on the app than on the device. I feel compelled to also note that prior to purchasing the FX chronograph I purchased a Speedtracker Mach 4 (not “+”). I had nothing but problems with it, but I will say I was trying to use it on a tripod near the barrel and not mounted to the firearm. I’ve heard the newer version of the Speedtracker Mach 4 (“+”) is more forgiving and tends to work better mounted to a tripod.

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