There are a few videos as well on YouTube but after some local folks mentioned it enough I am making it more available.
Or on YouTube here is one video of four:
It doesn’t. I know the video fooled me too until I traced the black wire from the sensor.Does this plug into the USB port? If so, does that mean you can not use a USB battery pack to power the LabRadar? Mine tears through batteries, but the USB power lasts all day.
the db on a supersonic 223 is higher than on the 300 blk subsonic ... so wouldnt this be your issue at triggering the shot?I wasnt having any problems suppressed with the can a few inches behind and to the side until I tried shooting my 300 blackout. Supersonic still, but for some reason it picked one up at 2400 fps which I thought was high and then nothing for another dozen and then one reading of 3500 fps and nothing for another dozen or so. It was giving me the error where the projectile was not acquired so I guess it sensed it going off but couldnt track it? I had to get up and press enter. Seems strange that the 223s were all alright but the larger 30 cal had issues. Makes me think that the airgun trigger wont solve my problems if so.
But its a supersonic 300.the db on a supersonic 223 is higher than on the 300 blk subsonic ... so wouldnt this be your issue at triggering the shot?
That’s likely an aiming issue. We’re basically aiming a phone book, it’s not very intuitive. That’s why I made the optical device.But its a supersonic 300.
Right after I shoot the orange light blinks and it pops up and says "Acquisition error: could not track projectile" so its triggering the sound, its just not finding the bullet in flight.
Its just so weird because 5 minutes earlier the 223 upper with the radar in exactly the same positioning worked, I didnt change a thing with the labradars position between the two, aimed exactly the same. Just popped one upper off and popped the other on. Looked aimed well through out all of the testing.That’s likely an aiming issue. We’re basically aiming a phone book, it’s not very intuitive. That’s why I made the optical device.
I could not find any contact info on a google search. Are they availble?There are a few videos as well on YouTube but after some local folks mentioned it enough I am making it more available.
Or on YouTube here are the videos:
At the price point of these, you shouldn't have to modify them to pick up shots. I wanted to buy one to get rid of the magnetospeed but I'm not sold on its reliability to pick up shots. This thread is a good example of how many people fight it.Lmao!! Like you font mod any other piece of equipment you own!!!
How much are these?There are a few videos as well on YouTube but after some local folks mentioned it enough I am making it more available.
Or on YouTube here are the videos:
You don't "mod" something to get it to perform as intended!
I have one buddy who shoots ELR stuff and has issues acquiring but not triggering... I haven't gotten together with him to compare units side by side. Another guy had one just out of the box and couldn't get it to work... it would trigger but not acquire. I happened to be at the range and we went side by side with the units... his had to get sent back and it has been great for him ever since. I never had an aiming issue. If the issue is acquiring and not a triggering issue that seems like a service call. And I NEVER use the internal batteries... big USB battery with a 2.1 or 2.4A output port.I have been watching this thread and I am having similar issues with mine but also with a muzzle brake. I put the unit 3-4 inches on front of the muzzle on setting 1 and with the suppressor I may get 3 out of 7 to read. With a muzzle brake I may get 5 out of 7. Even with the unit in front of the muzzle brake the concussion of the rifle will cause the unit to reset like you turned it back on. I spoke with the guys from Labradar and they said it was shaking the batteries loose. I know people have good luck with these but I have struggled to get it to read and have lost enough confidence I use my 35P to validate the speeds.