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I've been able to get my chronograph to work on cloudy days by using it without skyscreens. I've never tried using one indoors though.
You also have to watch muzzle blast. If you're to close, the sensors see the muzzle blast and not the bullet. Distance depends on the gun and amount of blast. Some guns I've had to set up 3-5 yards from the chrono to keep the muzzle blast out of it.
I also wanted to follow up on the reason for the lower front angle cut. He said that the slide used to cast a bit of shadow when he had his flashlight lit. So it was actually function over form.
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It’s a °IIIII° thing 😎