Geonox Airsoft: Acetech Blaster & AC6000BT Chrono


It's a chrono and tracer unit from Acetech that Geonox Airsoft gets to review in this video... "Here we look at the Blaster Tracer and the AC6000BT Chrono from Acetech. What is special about the Blaster Tracer are its 3 modes. There is the normal tracer function. Then there are the simulated flames. And the third mode is Tracer plus Flames.

The AC6000BT is easy to use. The readings are accurate and you can connect the whole thing to your cell phone via Bluetooth."

Valken Airsoft Bluetooth Chronograph


How about that? Valken Airsoft got their own Bluetooth-ready Chrono... "The Valken Bluetooth airsoft chronograph is the ultimate high-tech tool for teching, tuning and safety! Powered by a rechargeable battery (with included charging cable), this compact yet powerful airsoft chronograph unit mounts easily to an included mini-tripod for convenient use anywhere and includes a bluetooth connection to a free Android or iOS app!

Are Airsoft Chronographs Accurate?


That's the question that 4UAD Smart Airsoft will try to answer in this video. We highly recommend that our readers watch this channel as it tackles airsoft questions straight on and properly... "How many bb does a stock AEG fire in a second and does faster rate of fire result in faster trigger response? also why do people upgrade their guns to get higher rate of fire? Most importantly do chronograph actually correct in RPS?

RedWolf Airsoft: The Poor Man's Chronograph


This article is already 20 years old, nevertheless RedWolf Airsoft reposts this article on using a Coke Can for a Poor Man's Chronograph if there is no chronograph available to use... "Not everyone can afford a chronograph to test how much juice their favorite airsoft pistol or AEG has. Even after lots of modifications you wonder how much velocity you're really getting. Well you don't necessarily need to dish out several hundred dollars for a chronograph. In most cases, a simple soda can is all you need to gauge those major power milestones.

Surplus Store On Airsoft Chrono


Surplus Store UK blogs about airsoft chrono machines which should be good for beginners and for veterans who may need a refresher course on Airsoft 101... "A vital accessory that is often overlooked by many new players, a chronograph (chrono) is an essential part of every players’ arsenal. Often, when starting out, it can be easy to put off buying one of these guys as sites will often have one you can use; or your local store will have one out the back. Either way, it can be easy to neglect the need to pick one up for yourself.

Xcortech X3200 MK3 Review


Airsoft After Hours takes a look at the Xcortech X3200 Mk3 Chrono if it is good enough for their use... "We purchased a new chronograph, the Xcortech X3200 MK3. We currently don't own any other chronographs, so we can't tell you how good this unit is compared to competing units.

We paid 58 USD for this chronograph.

BB2K Airsoft: WOSPORT WST-X01 Chronograph Bluetooth App


WoSport also got a Chrono that you can connect to a mobile app via bluetooth. Bruce of BB2K Airsoft tells more about the Wosport WST-X01... "Today I show you a really brilliant chrono that I personally do not want to miss anymore. The WoSport WST-X01 chronograph can be paired with the smartphone (Iphone or IOS and Android) via Bluetooth. With the app you can comfortably adjust the chrono, read off the values, analyze the data of the fired shots and record the whole if necessary.

AceTech AC6000 Chrono Quick Look


A quick look video from Airsoft Megastore showing the AceTech AC6000 Chronograph and it is in stock at their online store... "No matter what game you play or loadout you carry, a quality Chrono is invaluable to any airsofter’s arsenal. The AceTech AC6000 comes with features like a backlit display, customizable settings, and an extra-wide tube to make your gun-tuning experience as smooth as possible."

BB2K Airsoft: Acetech AC5000 Chrono Review


Whilst the the AC5000 is the little brother of the AC600 chrono, are there differences between these two products from Acetech? BB2K Airsoft reviews this for you to find out... "The AC5000 is the little brother of ACETECH's AC6000. This chronograph does not need to hide but offers almost everything the AC6000 can. It  measures the energy (Joule, FPS, m/s) and the rate of fire ROF (RPM, RPS).

BB2K Airsoft Acetech AC6000 Chrono


BB2K Airsoft's Bruce does a more comprehensive video review on the Acetech AC6000 Chrono... "Today I introduce to you the Acetech AC6000 Chrono, which has everything on board to measure the energy (Joule, FPS, m / s), the Rate of Fire ROF (RPM, RPS). The MAX, MIN and AVG values for FPS and ROF are displayed and the last 25 shots are saved. Up to 5 BB types can be stored, which you use more often. So caliber 4.5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 17.3mm (.68 Rubberballs) pose no problem.

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