(10 customer reviews)

Labradar performance exceeds any consumer level velocity acquisition system. It continually measures velocities of your rifle, pistol, shotgun (slugs), arrows or pellets up to 100 yards depending upon the size of the bullet. Smaller bullets do not track as far as large bullets. Multiple distances for velocity display are user definable on the unit. LabRadar measures velocities up to 3,900 f.p.s. with 0.1% accuracy using six AA batteries. Labradar is not dependent on any light source and can be used indoors/outdoors in all weather conditions. It is positioned to the side of the weapon, not downrange where other systems are prone to damage. Each shot series provides Hi, Low, Average, ES, SD.  Individual shots display velocities at the muzzle and up to five additional distances along with Kinetic Energy at each distance. The data is downloadable via USB or SD card.  Built in IPSC / IDPA Power Factor Calculator.  Mounts on standard ¼ x 20 tripod thread. (tripod not included).

  • Advanced tracking radar
  • Tracks bullets up to 100 yards.
  • Up to 100 shot per series with up to 9,999 series
  • Records velocities from 65 fps to 3,900 fps
  • Metric or Standard velocity and distance reporting
  • High, Low, Average, ES, SD data
  • Delete shot function
  • Kinetic Energy calculation
  • IPSC / IDPA Power Factor calculation
  • Power down with no memory loss
  • USB and SD card downloads of stored data for PC use
  • Battery status indicator
  • Large 3.5” display
  • 6 AA battery operation (not included)
  • Operating Temperature range (15°F to 110°F)


LabRadar is the world’s newest technology in obtaining projectile velocities of Rifles, Shotguns (slugs only), Handguns, Pellet Guns, BB Guns, Bow & Arrows, Crossbows, Paintball.


10 reviews for Labradar

  1. Chris Richard

    All Expectations Exceeded

    Having owned an Oehler 35P for years, I was already well versed with precision chronography. But traditional chronographs have one MAJOR drawback: The hassle of setup. Tripods here, windscreens there, cords wrapped around the bench…time to change the printer paper again! I found myself using my Oehler less and less because of the setup at a public range. The Labradar gave me hope that using a chrono could be easier, and I’ve NOT been disappointed. It has ALL the precision of my Oehler, and it takes about 2 minutes to setup. Here’s the big thing: Because it goes right up, I USE it a LOT more, so my load development is far more precise. I actually don’t shoot without it.

    If you like to shoot super high-velocity cartridges (>4,000 fps), or you shoot a lot of very small caliber bullets (e.g. .204, .17 HMR), you might have issues with bullet tracking–the majority of us won’t notice. Take the plunge, and you’ll soon find your old chrono relegated to a shelf in the garage

  2. Larry Grant

    Best Chrono EVER !!!

    Thanks for making this. I have had several expensive and several cheap chronos and all led me to be frustrated with changing light conditions, wires, straps and shims, change of POI, etc. Now I am set up and getting all my velocities within minutes. I love the data that I can download from the SD card, works great in Excel. I use it for 223, 9mm and 308. Suppressed and standard. It works as advertised, no gimmick

  3. chris wright

    I held off on buying for a while to get others feedback and opinions on how great it works.. But after all the good & bad reviews.. I’m here to say I LOVE IT.. works totally as described.. Read the manual.. Set it up and it works great.. If ya have any questions.. Richard will help any way he can.. Great customer service.. Totally appreciated.. Wasn’t nearly as hard to use as alot of reviews or videos claim.. Use the sight notch.. Program it and shoot.. Thanks for a GREAT PRODUCT..

  4. Jim

    Got this mine a while back and just now sending a review. The Labradar is an exceptionally well designed unit that works with incredible accuracy. The data it captures is enough to keep any geek more than happy while also providing data in a way that it is very easy to review for people who just want the basic info. This is one of the few products I can recommend 100% with no reservations!

    I would offer that there are a few opportunities for continued improvement:
    1. Integrate a sighting device (like some of the third party people have developed) on the top to make setting up significantly easier. This is so important because getting the device aimed correctly at the target is crucial to having a great experience.
    2. Integrate a mounting system for the external battery pack since that is the primary way virtually everyone uses the device. I don’t think I’ve ever even put AA batteries into the built in compartment.
    3. My only negative comment – The optional app that connects via Bluetooth is quite disappointing. I won’t go into details here because this review is about the Labradar itself. But if you are getting this unit with a high expectation to remote operate it from a phone or ipad, be warned that the app is pretty unreliable and buggy.

  5. Jan

    I fully agree with “Jim – June 27, 2019 “.

  6. Paul Jordan

    Just used it today, by far the best and most simple device to use. Everyone at the range was also impressed.

  7. Kim Steiner

    I’ve used my Labradar now in two shooting sessions and cannot be happier. The menu takes a bit getting used to, but I’m sure it will quickly become routine. In 40 shots there was just one failure to record a velocity, and that might have been my fault. I’ve had an Oehler 35 for 25 years. It’s still working fine, but the Labradar is far easier to set up, and there is no need to wait for a cease-fire on the range to step out with the sky screens.

  8. David W

    Works as stated. Have used it on three range sessions so far, 2x 9mm@25yrds and once with a 308@600yrds. If I align it well (not a problem @ 25yrds, took 2 rnds @ 600yrds) and remember to arm it, it hasn’t missed a shot.
    Connected too my iPad Pro and mini first try, the iPhone 8 took a number of try’s (deleted app, rebooted, reinstalled 2x problem solved).
    I did buy a new SDHC Ultra after trying some of my old SD cards. The old ones worked albeit slowly.

    Thanks for all, you certainly make a good piece of kit.

  9. Lee Jay Sewell

    Wow! The Labradar is so easy to set-up. I actually look forward to recording my shot strings now. I really enjoyed the years of faithful service from my Oehler 35P but it was very cumbersome to setup and carry around, and susceptible to wind and static. Not to mention ambient lighting conditions. Not so with the Labradar. I was concerned after reading several reviews about the small mounting stud on the bottom not being very sturdy. I spoke with the guys at Labradar about it and they said they shoot in the strong winds of Kansas and haven’t had any problems. They’re right, I’ve been shooting in 30mph winds here in South Texas and nary a problem. Just for ease of set-up, I now mount it in my Hog Saddle atop a Manfrotto 055 XPRO3 tripod and it’s rock solid and easy to aim. I enjoy the ability to see not only the velocities at different ranges, but also the power factor and energy as well. If you install the SDHC card it will download to Excel and you can forget about trying to decipher your field notes scribbled on a piece of Adding Machine paper. You can dictate the string numbers to your cell phone or write them down in a note-pad in the field. When you get home insert the SDHC in your computer and rename the files after your loads. No more rolls of snake-paper cluttering your load books. If your having trouble aiming the unit just lay a cartridge or a pencil in the V slot on top and aim it at your target. Some have gone so far as to glue a plastic straw to it. As mentioned before, the menu takes some getting used to, as does anything new in our lives. Read the manual and practice and you won’t regret making the change. Ebay your old Chrony and it will help ease the cost of buying a new one. Happy shooting

  10. Rick Keppler

    LabRadar is finicky in setting up. It must be pointed directly at the target or readings beyond 50 metres (55 yards) will be missed. The small groove in the top of the unit is totally inadequate to perform this reliably.

    The Bluetooth connection to w different iPhone and 2 different iPads regularly disconnects, requiring me to have to go to the unit and disable then re-enable it so that I can re-connect it to the mobile device. The range is in a cell-signal dead area, and I am the only person there quite often so there is no possible interference. It is incredibly frustrating. The mobile software itself is non-intuitive and clunky. On the other hand, the LabRadar unit itself seems pretty solid and keeps on running whether or not the mobile app is connected..

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