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    String builder/ Moderator Hutch~n~Son Archery's Avatar
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    Do you need lights for your chrony? Here is a video with a good way for lighting your chrony. Unless your Droppixel who doesn't have one!







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    Now that's cool..

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    Nice, that's even the same chrony I have! Thanks Bill
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    Another idea that works. Got a 6 pack of those for $5 on the mark down isle at WalMart. Have a couple bigger ones just in case the lights go out, like the other night. I really hate the color of light though, same for the newer car headlights.

    We've used flashlights, pen lights, those flexible nightstand lights where electrical outlets are available (1 will do). One guy has two of those snake lights the aluminum rods.
    At the shop we have the Cool Start fluorescent lights that don't seen to effect either the Pro Chrony or my Shooting Chrony.

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    First I need a $130 for a chronograph, then I need $10. Very cool idea. I will tell the nerds @ Cabela's as there chrono won't work w/ the fluorescent lights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by typically8 View Post
    I will tell the nerds @ Cabela's as there chrono won't work w/ the fluorescent lights.
    Better write out the instruct.........???? They do know how to read, don't they?

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    Great idea, if you have a couple of bad tweeters laying around you can get the magnets from them. I am an old rocker so I usually have some blown speakers laying around.

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    that will work for sure, good work hutch
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
    that will work for sure, good work hutch
    I am waiting for the lights to get here. I will let you know.




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    Well guys I went on eBay and got 2 sylvania dot lights (swivel heads). I used the Velcro that came with them and stuck them on. I aimed the lights directly over the sensors. Testing it it works great. Gonna double check it, outdoors and inside.




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