Doom2, thanks for the idea of target scans. Plan to explore that.I made a mistake early on and tried to keep one notebook for reloading data and rifle data. It didn’t work very well. I keep scans of test targets on my computer.
Now I keep load data, dope and other shooting data for each rifle in a separate book for each rifle. I keep a log book in the reloading shed and record whatever I do in it. Works nicely if I am working on something and can’t get back to it for a week or two.
You can download some good forms at the Redding website.Trying to get serious with reloading.
Was wondering how you all kept up with your data and organized it.
Screen shots and or pics would be appreciated .
I tend to be a paper and pen person..but my organizational skills are terrible.
Just looking for some idea of where and how to best start organizing
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