Getting back into reloading and my old chronometer died.
I would like to get a decent chronometer and not spend more than $200. Is having bluetooth worth it or just store the data on the unit and on an SD card and download later, adequate?
Also, Dillon Precision really is a stand up company. I had a 22 year old digital scale that at the time was sold with a lifetime warranty. It died, I took it in today (they no longer sell lifetime warranty electronic components) they swapped the dead digital scale and a bunch of XL 650 reloading rig components out, no questions ask.
Stand up company. Worth every penny I spent.