There is nothing worse than getting to the range and forgetting your notebook to record your training drills. What about windy days when your paper blows all over the bay? Want to remember your best drill from October of 2010 but can’t find the paper?
Try the Rangelog application and website. I’ll admit I waited a while before I finally got an iPhone and decided to try this application to see if it would help with the record keeping. I’ve since progressed from the free level membership to the $2.50 “premium” level monthly.
Rangelog is an online and smart phone shot log that allows you to track live & dry fire activities as well as IDPA, USPSA, Steel and competition scores. You can also manage a reload log, cleaning and repair log and even find your local range. The program is web based and you have 24/7 access.
There is so much great training information you can enter regarding your drill such as ammunition used, trigger pulls, shots fired, reloads and more. It can detailed such as time of day, weather conditions, lighting and more. Set speed or accuracy goals and track your progress. Shooters know that one of the best ways to improve for competitions is dry fire practice. This is a great app to keep track of your repetitions and how many hours you are logging in practice.
If you get a chance this weekend check out www.rangelog.com or from you smart phone application store - iPhone or Android. Keep in mind I’m not paid or compensated for my reviews here on Carducci Tactical. I write and review about what I find helpful and useful with my shooting sports. Try this out next time you head to range and stay on target with your progress!