apipeguy· Super Moderator
I agree, when I get back from the range it takes me a minute or two at the most to log in my range trip. Pretty much quit doing excel files after I retired and no longer needed to use them for the departments qualification records and also I was never too adept at using them. If I was, I would. I just have a file on my apple notes for a lot of firearms related files. I keep track by date of range time, maintenance and reloading. Perhaps not as easy as an excel file but it works fine for me.I have an excel file with notes on each gun and when purchased. I have a tab to keep track of round counts for them. There’s a separate tab for reloading notes and a tab for chronograph records. It’s handy to keep track of which loads work well in which guns.
Keeping track of round counts is easy and I find it interesting. I also keep track by date so I know how many rounds I fire each year.