Hey Everyone, have we got a treat for you!!
Thanks to an Independent Research Group (IRG) we are able to share some definitive data on how the BULLETSEEKER has been performing.
This testing was performed in the USA several weeks ago and was just released. It was a completely independent testing group that was not paid in any way by LONGSEEKER sro. We agreed to publish regardless of the results since we feel that even when some challenges or errors are found, they can help to improve the product in the future.
Here are some direct quotes:
The BULLETSEEKER chronograph was tested on a couple different rifles and found to be very accurate. This product is in its early stages, there’s still a lot of refinement to do with the Apple and Android apps but the unit itself shows promise in terms of minimal error compared to the big Infinition radar.
In case you missed it, the iOS APP was recently made public on the APP Store so you can download it at your leisure.
Average error of the BULLETSEEKER was only -1 fps in two 10-shot tests using the 260 Remington with relatively slow bullets ~2660 fps. The error was greater with the 223 (AR-15). This is expected due to the bullet being smaller and faster as well as the bullet having a greater rate of slowing down right out of the muzzle, so the mounting position of the chrono along the forearm becomes very critical. We noted in our tests that when mounted near the muzzle (5” back from suppressor) there was an average of -7 fps error in MV. However when mounted 12.75” back the error fell to -3 fps. For fast bullets with low BC’s, they slow down very rapidly so there is likely to be more sensitivity to rail position than with higher BC slower bullets.
Here are the test results for those of you that love to read and analyze data.
You can see here that the comparisons are made across the line.