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Old 12-19-2016, 12:18 PM   #1
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Just wondering if any of you use some type of data book, logbook or journal when you go to the range. I think it's a good idea and am looking for something.

All i can seem to find online is stuff geared toward rifles/snipers.

I am open to anything good for pistol training. Electronic spreadsheets/Excel docs or hard copy.

What do you guys use?

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Over my head...haha, I just use a pad and pen.

https://www.amazon.com/BookFactory%C.../dp/B00B0S731U
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I use a ledger book to track what I shoot for every gun that I have..

I enter the date of the range session, how many rounds, ammo used that day and all work performed on that gun..{I.E springs, parts and scheduled cleaning}
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I admit I am too unorganized to keep a log. Might also have to do with only having 6 measly handguns to keep track of as well.

But there is hope for me since 6 months ago I only had 1
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I sure wish I would do this as well. I purchased a log book and even downloaded a app for this. I just keep forgetting to log!
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I just use a notebook, and track about the same information Marshall does. If I have a problem I'll note everything including the magazine that was in the gun. My son keeps saying he's going to create a spreadsheet for tracking this stuff and I keep asking what's a spreadsheet and why is it better then my notebook?
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I keep a logbook (actually a 3 ring binder) for my farm equipment, autos, trucks and firearms. Simple paper and pencil entries do it for me. I can update the log in the field without having to worry about carrying a computer or getting a WiFi connection.
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You might get some tips from this site...

https://www.ccwguardian.com/
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You might get some tips from this site...

https://www.ccwguardian.com/
Thanks for the link! I like the idea of the mobile app as I have an ipad mini that fits in my range bag. its no bigger than a notepad or notebook.

I just wonder if you have to have internet connection for it to work.

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Originally Posted by Fredneck72 View Post
Thanks for the link! I like the idea of the mobile app as I have an ipad mini that fits in my range bag. its no bigger than a notepad or notebook.

I just wonder if you have to have internet connection for it to work.

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I don't know....I always watch their videos online. Good training....
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