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Not sure how many employ a log book for shooting their SML? For me it is essential to monitor SML performance for what works best. Now if you only shoot a specific hunting load or two that performs well a log book may not be necessary to keep track of your SML performance. So I wonder how many use a log book to either monitor their progress or SML performance?
I have decided on another approach for logging outings when doing load development. Here I will transfer my target results to this sheet. Having all the info in one location will make evaluation simple when a variable is changed. Then just log them in a binder grouped per bullet category. For my best result I can mark the grey circle. Anyway that's the plan.
I have a log book in my muzzleloader shooting box . I note the muzzleloader that was shot , what date , how many shots , and what was done maintenance wise . Usually it is a complete clean . Then I have a manila folder for each muzzleloader that has targets for each bullet and powder . If you are not keeping records , you are just making noise !