but I have a question for those who are in the know.
I recently purchased a new rifle, an AGM MP-001 sniper rifle, and wanted to see what the fps was on it. I have an audio file
that I took from this rifle using a piece of software called SoftChrono
. Now I took the shot from 20 feet away inside with the mic, mono, at the 10 foot mark. I had a metal plate at the target spot, yeah I know... I had a lot of ricochet!, and had a really good report sound when the bb hit the plate. SoftChrono reported both fire, and target hit but it returns the FPS as being 1221 fps.......
Sorry about this post... I figured out my problem... I had my trigger levels set wrong, AND had some setting wrong.
So.. I apologize for reviving this post, but there is a really nice software based Chrono that appears to be pretty accurate. Although I don't like the results I got.. 340 fps is really low....