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I've only used mine indoors...either 1/2 hr before a club meet or by arrangement w the owner on a slow morning, I set the chrony up on a tripod or a pair of sawhorses (an old barrel, a stack of ammot cans, whatever is stable) in front of the booth. As long as the place is relatively quiet, they don't mind a trip or 2 in front of the stalls to setup and dismantle.

The only 'bell & whistle' I think is mandatory is a remote readout...it stays on the bench beside you and can be reset/restarted at will...also means only 2 trips in front of the stall and you won't be accidentally shooting the unit as sometimes occurs with the readout built into the base of the screen holder - altho it seems to always be "a friend" that does that, never the owner.
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