Schießen Chronographen Air Chrony
A ballistic chronograph, or if you want a shooting chronograph, is a necessary tool for any shooter who thinks about shooting at least a little seriously. Why? Mainly because if you want to hit the target repeatedly, the bullet must always leave the barrel at the same and optimal speed.
This means that it is necessary to measure the speed of the projectile and based on the measurements measured to optimize the settings of the weapon. The Chronograph Air Chrony is designed to measure speeds up to
2000 m/s and is a very accurate chronograph that will serve you 100% for many years.
Air Chrony is the official measuring device of the world shooting organization WHFTO, a partner of the Czech Biathlon Association and the official measuring device for the World Championships and the European Championships since 2016.
A new review of our ballistic chronograph Air Chrony has been published on the web portal www.fieldtarget.cz, which deals with shooting from air weapons. We believe that you will be interested and we hereby publish it with the permission of the author. This time it is an extraordinary straightening of the chronograph Air Chrony MK1 and his younger brother Air Chrony MK3.How the comparison turned out for yourself.Read more
From 22 to 23 June 2019, the HFT World Championship 2019 was held in Poland near Kaleta. It was a very well organized event, the true culmination of the whole year, attended by a large group of shooters from the Czech Republic and certainly did not get lost. We won several medals individually and placed second in the competition of national representations, with only 3 points missing for gold.Read more
In the Czech Republic is energy of air gun pellet limited to 16 Joule by the law. This fact has been reflected by HFT rules as well, so any shooter whose air gun exceeds that limit may be disqualified from the competition. It would be also unfair towards other competitors to shoot with higher power because it would give the shooter an advantage of more favorable ballistic curve, so he/she would be able to accept larger errors in both wind and distance assessments.Read more