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Old 06-29-2018, 07:42 PM
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For Fathersday my kids bought me one. I e always wanted to get a chronograph but being at indoor range all the time it just wouldn’t work. The price of the LabRadar also kept me from getting one.
I’ve used it several times this last couple of weeks and it’s worked great. I’m really happy with my loads as they have all been extremely consistent especially compared to some factory loads.

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Congrats. The Labradar is the cat's meow, ain't it?
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Great tool. Nothing to setup downrange and can use it indoors.
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Congrats. The Labradar is the cat's meow, ain't it?
Yes it is. I can now do some tweaking with various components and get meaningful data.
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Thoughtful kids. You done good Pop.
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Well from when they were born to about 12 or so I was the smartest most awesome man alive, then there were the age 14 to 20 where I seemed to have gotten really stupid. Now that they are in their late 20ís and early 30ís and they now have kids Iíve gotten pretty smart and useful again.
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