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|02-27-2013, 01:38 PM||#11 (permalink)|
Elven Pump SDM/DM
Join Date: Oct 2008
chronos may not be the issue. The guns we shoot are not perfect. They are not as consistent as dye/PE/etc. would like us to believe they are. There are many many variables involved in the system. Screws move. they do, really they do.
This is why it drives me nuts as a player&ref when someone says oh yeah I just chrono'd this thing yesterday/last week/last month and it was right on.
I know the above is not what the op is describing, but it is just an example of the way some people think.
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|02-28-2013, 06:48 PM||#12 (permalink)|
Usually I'm pretty anal about chronoing. Definitely after any change i.e. different brand of paint, new barrel, etc. And sometimes, during the day, just because. The only thing I can account for is that one of these was off some way...
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