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Labradar Chronograph performance exceeds any consumer level velocity acquisition system. It continually measures velocities of your rifle, pistol, shotgun (slugs), arrows or pellets up to 100 yards depending upon the size of the bullet. Smaller bullets do not track as far as large bullets. Multiple distances for velocity display are user definable on the unit. LabRadar measures velocities up to 3,900 f.p.s. with 0.1% accuracy using six AA batteries. Labradar is not dependent on any light source and can be used indoors/outdoors in all weather conditions. It is positioned to the side of the weapon, not downrange where other systems are prone to damage. Each shot series provides Hi, Lo, Average, ES, SD.  Individual shots display velocities at muzzle and up to five additional distances along with Kinetic Energy at each distance. The data is downloadable via USB or SD card.  Built in IPSC / IDPA Power Factor Calculator.  Mounts on standard ¼ x 20 tripod thread. 

  • Advanced tracking radar
  • Tracks bullets up to 100 yards.
  • Up to 100 shot per series with up to 9,999 series
  • Records velocities from 65 fps to 3,900 fps
  • Metric or Standard velocity and distance reporting
  • High, Low, Average, ES, SD data
  • Delete shot function
  • Kinetic Energy calculation
  • IPSC / IDPA Power Factor calculation
  • Power down with no-memory loss
  • USB and SD card downloads of stored data for PC use
  • Battery status indicator
  • Large 3.5” display
  • 6 AA battery operation (not included)
  • Operating Temperature range (15°F to 110°F)


Made in the USA


Customer Reviews

  • Labradar

    Posted by DAVID PETERSON on May 27th 2021

    So far so good. I purchased an external trigger for it and it worked flawlessly picking up shots. However I did have an issue when trying to advance to the 4th series. It would not advance. I removed the sd card and it started working again. I ordered a new sd card and I will try it again.

  • Awesome chronograph

    Posted by Chris lewis on Apr 4th 2021

    I have been using a magneto speed for quite a while. But the labradar takes the cake. I have not had any problems getting it to register shots. Way easier to change out rifles to get numbers. The SD card function works great. Once you figure out how to use it it is unmatched. The android app does not work worth a darn but i figure they will work it out sooner then later. I am a fan. Get a tripod off amazon and get a battery pack. I love this unit.

  • Good, but could be better

    Posted by Christopher P Johnson on Feb 20th 2021

    Works great, easy to set up, but the menus are less intuitive that most modern electronics. Only takes a little operation to get used to it. Would definitely recommend one.

  • Labradar is awsome

    Posted by BILLY HAYNES on Feb 7th 2021

    The Labradar is not inexpensive but I'm willing to pay more for a good product. I've took it out on half a dozen or so trips in 40-50*F temps and one was in misting rain (but it wasn't set up in the rain, was under shelter). It's worked as intended every time. A new owner needs to learn how the unit operates, how to set it up, it's modes and functions prior to taking it to the range. It's not as simple as the old Shooting Chrony to operate, but the Labradar is so much better in data collected, information saved for each string of shots, and most important accuracy. I would recommend others to purchase but would also recommend others to purchase a hard case to store and transport the unit in to prevent damage as this is a consumer grade product and probably not the most robust if mistreated.

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