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Chronograph Data

Post by Dr.Don on Tue Apr 08, 2014 10:17 pm

I had a chance to take some chronograph data today.  It's presented here strictly FYI.  The 22 data was all taken with a Marvel Unit 1 without compensator.  The 45 was shot through my hardball gun.


22 Eley Sport                    1024 fps, SD=13.4 fps
22 Wolf Match Target          966 fps, SD=10.1 fps
22 SK Pistol Match Special   969 fps, SD=14.5 fps
22 Eley Target                    987 fps, SD=5.3   fps
22 CCI SV                          968 fps, SD=14.3 fps
22 Fed Gold Medal 900B      992 fps, SD=18.1 fps
22 Blazer                          1135 fps, SD=23.6 fps

45 185 Horn JSWC, 4.3 Bullseye       765 fps, SD=20.5 fps
45 185 Nosler JHP, 5.2 Titegroup      864 fps, SD=20.4 fps  (defensive load; not bullseye load)
45 Factory 230 RN WCC 85 Match     867 fps, SD=8.7   fps

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Re: Chronograph Data

Post by james r chapman on Fri Nov 06, 2015 10:27 pm

What is considered the standard distance for chronograph use for pistols?

6 ft?
10 Ft?

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Re: Chronograph Data

Post by 9146gt on Sat Nov 07, 2015 5:17 pm

It is only a number....as long as you always use the same number it does not matter.

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Re: Chronograph Data

Post by AllAces on Sat Nov 07, 2015 5:35 pm

Dr Don's rimfire numbers reflect the testing I did a couple years back, with the exception of the Eley Sport which I didn't have.  Ten round groups were fired at 25 yards with an M41 and the chrono set at 10 ft.  I found the best ten round group was with Eley Target, X-ring size.  The largest grouping was with CCI std vel which grouped one inch. The Blazer grouped about the same as CCI std vel, much to my surprise.

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Re: Chronograph Data

Post by Ed Hall on Sun Nov 08, 2015 11:58 am

If it is of interest, I have a file of some chronographing I did many years ago:

Excel Version of .22 and .45 Ammo Testing

Note: There is some link that may try to update from a different file - tell it No - I've never been able to remove the link request.

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