Re: Need help to design LRH Gear Shop range book
Idea's mentioned so far:
-Something to track kills and hits on animals - bigngreen
-Mounted in a zippered binder - bigngreen
-Should be made of water proof paper - Buffalobob
-Should have about 10-20 sniper range card sheets - Buffalobob
-Should have conversion tables for common things such as meters to yards, IPHY to MOA, Cosine Table -Modified rifleman formula - Buffalobob
-Should have a set of diagrams of common game animals chest dimensions - Buffalobob
-Should have about 10 clear envelope pages for drop charts etc to be put into - Buffalobob
-Should have a set of pages to record field drop data and weather conditions for that data - Buffalobob
-A good diagram of bone structure and organ placement - bigngreen
-A shot log along the lines recomended by Shawn Carlock - Russ Hatch
---Shooting position, bench, prone, etc
---Distance, estimated or lasered
---Uphill, downhill, estimated or ACI
---Target type and size
---# of shots fired
-A way to secure the pages you're on, an elastic strip that holds the corners down in the wind - bigngreen
-Post #12 by Buffalobob
-On the diagrams of the animals, is it safe to say that members of the deer family (Antelope, Deer - Whitetail & Mule, Elk, and Moose) are anatomically similar enough as far as vitals go? Meaning, a simple diagram showing broad-side, front, quartering to and away shots should all match up close enough as to add just a generic drawing rather than all of those for each animal? I suggest that simply because I'm assuming you'll want to keep this book as small/light as possible?
-Ringed binder so that pages can be added and removed easily?
Last edited by sdkidaho; 01-30-2010 at 06:05 PM.