Question - do you have a logbook for your gun?
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    Long ago, in the dim and distant past, in discussions with my friend DJC, he would often refer to his notebook. When the answer to some grave query was found, he would would intone, with Biblical sincerity, "...it is writ in "The Book of Holes..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by sublimert70 View Post
    Full disclosure - as a retired scientist, I used lab books to document the results of lab experiments, etc. So, being very comfortable with documenting my work, I have also been documenting my gun ownership. Every gun I shoot has its own logbook documenting the rounds fired, reloading results, groups sizes and any other gun specific shooting observations as well as maintenance.

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    Do you do something similar?
    Unfortunately, no I do not.
    I do, however, admire your dedication!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkInTx View Post
    Unfortunately, no I do not.
    I do, however, admire your dedication!
    Thanks! I don’t have as many guns as others in this forum so it’s “manageable”!
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    I log all my range sessions.
    It's interesting to look back when it all started for me.
    I don't reload but I take note of basics and other variables. I also file pictures of the holey parchments. LOL
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    Now I do admit to having paper receipts for every gun, accessory, work or other money spent on the gun.....but not ammo. When a gun is traded, that paperwork is transferred to the new gun’s accounting file.
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