Discussion in 'Competitive Shooting' started by best defense, Mar 15, 2011.
Does anyone have an impact data book they don't want?
FYI US Tactical Supply in Albany makes the National Stock Number data book for the US Military. Think about trying that book and staying local. Have you seen it?
I finally gave up and after looking at all the different books out there, I used my computer to make my own book.
It has all of the data points that are in the comercial books plus it is twice as large, so I have room to write notes that are big enough to read without a magnifying glass.
If you want to make your own book, you can use Excel and probably many other programs to design whatever you want.
I used Excel and it took me about 4 hours of trial and error to figure out the layout for the page. After that, all I had to do was print it out, and I can print out as many pages as I need.
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If I knew how to send it to the list, I would. I don't know how to turn the page and print it sideways, so I printed it in two parts and then photocopied them together with my scanner.
If anyone here know how to post an excel file on this list, let me know and I will put it up for anyone to copy.
Don't know how to post on here, but to print it out on one sheet do this: File: Page setup. Click Orientation: Landscape. Walaah
I will try that. Thank you.
I don't know how this will print out, but here it is for you to try.
I don't think the circles will print because they don't show up here on my screen.
Date Time Location Ammo Type Temp Target Range__________ Meters_____Yards______
Position: Stong side_____Weak side________
Humidity/ Baro Pressure Altitude Angle Prone____Sitting___Knealing____Standing______
Wind Mph_ KPH___ Light 12..
1--3 quarter ……..12…… bright
3--5 half Hazy 9 3….
5--8 full 9 3 Overcast
8--12 Head Night 6..
tail …..... 6…….
Wind dir Ending data
Separate names with a comma.