The other weekend I traveled with my 33XC for the first time to Spearpoint Ranch in Barnard, KS to shoot two ELR matches. This weekend was a complete and utter rollercoaster. As an ELR rookie, it was also one of the greatest trial-by-fire learning experiences of my competitive shooting career so far. What is ELR?Continue reading “Spearpoint ELR: June 2022 Retrospective”
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In this version: Sighter shots in ShotMarker are now toggleable (and hidden by default) X-axis spacing is now toggleable (and proportional by default) Added support for importing ShotMarker velocity data Added support for alternate ProChrono Digital Link CSV format Updated about tab Various code fixes Download for Windows: ChronoPlotter.exeDownload for MacOS: ChronoPlotter.dmg
How does humidity affect powder?
You may have heard about a relationship between humidity and bullet velocity either in a book, on a reloading forum, or from a crusty benchrest shooter right after saying they get better ES/SD’s by only using Poland Springs in their wet tumbler.
In this version: Added support for manual entry of powder charge data Added experimental support for ShotMarker files (both .tar and .csv files) Added support for Competition Electronics ProChrono files Added support for MagnetoSpeed XFR app files Added support for calculating Y-Stdev, X-Stdev, Radial Stdev, and Mean Radius for shot dispersion Changed default save directoryContinue reading “ChronoPlotter v2.1.0”
In this version: Added support for graphing seating depth data Improved UI for selecting LabRadar vs MagnetoSpeed data Complete project rewrite in C++ and qcustomplot (drops PyInstaller and matplotlib dependencies) Significant performance improvements and reduction in executable size (-60% for Windows, -80% for MacOS) Both Windows and MacOS executables are now code signed Download forContinue reading “ChronoPlotter v2.0.0”
This blog will be used to announce new releases to ChronoPlotter and serve as a platform for sharing load development experiments. We hope to build upon the fantastic work performed by groups such as Applied Ballistics and Ammolytics with our own quality research contributions.