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FTRinTexas
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Who has a data log book that I can use for F-class matches, looking for spaces that have wind speed and direction; mirage; called shots and impacts; etc. Saw Impact's product - anything else out on the market or do I need to make my own?
GermanS1
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We have plot sheets for F-Class as well as regular targets for NRA, DCRA, ISSF and ICFRA at our club website http://www.desertsharpshooters.com
FTRinTexas
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GermanS1 - Looks great, have a couple of questions on the F-Class Plot Sheet for 600yards: what is the meaning behind "192-192-192" and "GRP 8/05/08"? If you were aiming dead center on shot #5, would you then record that shot number over to the left hand side target?
GermanS1
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Those are revision notes so that the original can be found and modified, no bearing on the use of the plot sheet.

As for recording shots, I place a number corresponding to the shot number on the target side of the plot sheet after each shot (actually after the next shot) right where the shot hit. I fill in the date, load data, etc. before or after. I never use the numbered shot by shot boxes, it would waste time during the string and I don't care too much afterwards. My principal use of a plot sheet is to track things during the string; once the 20 shots are done, I can throw it away or keep it, it doesn't much matter. Generally I keep them and once in a while I look back for trends or load performance, or maybe a lost zero for a rifle, but 99% of their value is in real time.
anyrange
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Tex,
Here are F-Class Plotting sheets. Done in Excel. Print your own. Two versions, right handed and left handed.

F Class Plotting Sheets

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