Organize all of your reloading and range data into one log book or one book per caliber. One form per page, three loads per form.
The upper section of each form helps you keep an accurate record of bullets, primers, powders, charges, case prep, # of firings, critical dimensions, and firearms used for initial testing.
The lower section of each form documents the results ofthe above loads at the range.
This includes target diagrams to plot your points of impact, weather conditions, target distances, zero, velocities, group sizes, flyers, andfive lines for notes to keep track of the valuable information about your custom loads.
Includes Safety, Quality Control, Powder burn rate chart (2 pages), Grains per pound chart, and blank lined pages for your notes:(suppliers • components • dies • cost per round • etc.)
• Booklet lies open and flat on your bench
• Fits inside your range bag
Best one yet - By CL
Out of all the record books I've tried so far I like this one the best. I'm going to buy one for each caliber I load.
Handy Book for records - By SC
Bought one to try it out. Good book, laid out in easy format. I will be buying more.
I'll definitely buy this again - By CC
I load over 2 dozen different cartridges, so organizing my documentation of personal reloading data was a chore using blank spiral notebooks. After 20 years I came across this logbook and I won't be using any more of my loading time sitting around drafting data pages in a blank notebook with a ruler and pen; neither will I be burning through $35 black ink cartridges printing pages from an online template. I'm a hobby reloader with no aspirations of being a world-class long range rifle marksman so this little logbook contains labelled spaces for every bit of info I need to record, and it conveniently fits neatly into any one of my range bags. I'm in this process of collecting one for each of the cartridges I'm most-often loading these days.