Author Topic: Rifleman Databooks  (Read 4088 times)

Offline yellowhousejake

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Rifleman Databooks
« on: October 03, 2011, 11:30:50 AM »
How many of you read the thread on keeping a databook of your shooting? You didn't? Go do that now.

If you have ever been an avid reloader or competitive shooter, you already know the importance of keeping records. It can be as detailed or as simple as you need. Well, we just made it easier for you. Announcing yet another Indiana SkunkWorks project. The Rifleman AQT Score and Data Book. No it doesn't break the sound barrier, it doesn't hide from radar, yes it WILL help make you a better Rifleman.

The kind of Rifleman who can do this...

The book contains instructions on how to dope and correct for wind and how to record your data. Use a scope but have BUIS? No problem. You get pages to record your come ups for four ammunition types and four different sight configurations. You also get pages to record your wind corrections for all four sights and ammo types as well.

Finally you get fifty pages to record shots, ammo, and conditions on both sighter squares and AQT silhouettes.

To order the books go through this process: Send an email with the number desired, preferred method of payment and address to be shipped to

Mike, the owner and friend of Appleseed, will calculate the cheapest shipping cost and respond to your email.  Then all you have to do is wait.  It is a busy shop but their turnover time is great.  Before too long a nondescript brown package will appear at your door conveying the sought after Rifleman Databooks.  Price will be $10 (ten bucks) per book

Midwest Color Printing, the preferred printing location for the esteemed SPQR  O0
I have removed my email from my profile to stop the mod reports. If you need a Libertyseed scheduled you will now have to contact me on the Libertyseed forum.


Offline hawkhavn

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Re: Rifleman Databooks
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2012, 03:12:25 PM »
Bump to the top.
Who says an old dog can't learn new tricks?
I started using this book and it really helps.
All of the data is in one place, instead of scattered around my range bags on napkins and gas receipts.

Great job guys!

Offline AuntieBellum

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Re: Rifleman Databooks
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2014, 10:21:08 AM »
Bump!!!  I've been getting some recent questions about these, so I thought I'd bring it back to the top.