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Quote from: stormin_moorman on March 24, 2017, 09:57:10 AMYou're like Rob01, except with LabRadar instead of HornadyBut I get no sponsorship at all from Labradar, I am just a happy customer.
Quote from: stormin_moorman on March 24, 2017, 07:14:56 AMOne more thing, customer service appears to be non-existent with Lab. There's no number to call and that blows. At least with Magneto you can speak to someone, from Texas no less. And those guys are cool as shitFrom Labradar's website:
Quote from: Litehiker on March 05, 2017, 05:21:51 PMIs there any way you can automatically remind those of us who donate when it's time to "re-donate"?That is a good feature request. I will submit that to the software developers.
Quote from: stormin_moorman on March 24, 2017, 07:14:56 AMWhat i like about Lab is that i can set it up and just do my normal shooting and it records the velocities for me. I don't even really think about it all that much. I do run into problems when I'm at the range and a lot of other people are shooting, it records their shots and screws everything up. Also, the Lab doesn't really like muzzle brakes. I've had some issues with the 28 Nosler with the Lil Bastard. Maybe i should read the instructions and figure out how to fix this....lolOne thing you can do to prevent your Labradar from registering shots from other people, is to lower the trigger level sensitivity. I usually set mine to 3. I shoot with both muzzle breaks and suppressors. Check this video:
One more thing, customer service appears to be non-existent with Lab. There's no number to call and that blows. At least with Magneto you can speak to someone, from Texas no less. And those guys are cool as shit
Quote from: Litehiker on March 23, 2017, 06:58:00 PMI read that Ultra long range shooters are shifting to radar for chronographing bullets. Why?1. The Magnetospeed attaches to the muzzle and changes POI. Labradar does not.
Quote from: Cleveland48 on March 23, 2017, 05:56:22 PMThanks for the Info! Got it saved to my phone, now if I can only find some RL16!Powder Valley and Graf & Sons have it in stock.
Quote from: jvw2008 on March 23, 2017, 02:33:50 PM@txcas. Have you checked velocity comparison between suppressor on versus suppressor off?42.0gr unsuppressed - 5 shots average 2,671 fps
Very nice group by the way. ?
Quote from: MLN1963 on March 23, 2017, 02:09:00 PMtxcasBefore reducing the load the groups looked like buckshot at short range. They were all over the place. The projectile is Hornady 140gr ELD-M. I have not measured how far from the lands, but this was fired twice Hornady brass with shoulders bumped down .002", .288 bushing for the neck, and CCI BR2 primers.
I think you hit the jackpot! How were the groups before you backed off? What projectile are you using? I'd say it's 140 grains or higher I'm guessing based off your speeds? How far off the lands? I have an Omega that should be released within 30 days. I still haven't found a pet load with 130 ELD-Ms, H4350, BR2 and Hornady brass.
Quote from: dadajack on March 23, 2017, 01:23:50 PMYou did mean 42.0 grains, no?I did. I corrected the post.
Quote from: bowman3899 on March 23, 2017, 01:01:29 PMDid you check velocity difference?42.0gr unsuppressed - 5 shots average 2,671 fps