Custom Reloading Log

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  1. DocB

    DocB Well-Known Member

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    Howdy Folks,

    I couldn't find a reloading log that fit my needs so... I made one. :D

    I'm putting a .pdf of it here to share. If you'd like the word file so you can change it, let me know.

    Enjoy, DocB
     

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  2. scrmblr1982cj8

    scrmblr1982cj8 Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    Awesome! This is a great way to keep track of everything that goes into reloading.

    Thanks for posting it!
     
  3. DocB

    DocB Well-Known Member

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    My pleasure sir! Enjoy!:D

    DocB
     
  4. mountainman56

    mountainman56 Well-Known Member

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    I like it! Thanks for your trouble. gun)
     
  5. DocB

    DocB Well-Known Member

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    You're welcome Sir! Hope it works for you. :)

    DocB
     
  6. LoneTraveler

    LoneTraveler Well-Known Member

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    A 3 ring note book and clear page protectors for log sheets and also actual targets for future reference makes for a nice reference book. I have a Load Log that is similar but not as extended I have used for over 10 years. Has saved a lot of time and loading component money. Find a new load in a forum story or magazine go check it against your log book you may have already tried it and your rifle hates it. KEEP your failed loads as well as the good ones for future reference. Thanks for your log sheet. Happy Safe Loading.
     
  7. newmexkid

    newmexkid Well-Known Member

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    Pretty nice. I already made 20 copies! Thanks.
     
  8. DocB

    DocB Well-Known Member

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    I printed mine out on 80 pound card stock, putty colored and like LoneTraveler recommended they're kept in a binder with the chrono info and targets from groups I've worked up. Keeps everything handy. Glad you guys can use it!

    DocB