0147 – Range Log

We spend a lot of time talking about how it is that we can extend our resources.  Ammo is a pretty precious resource these days and anything we can do to increase the training effectiveness of rounds we send down range can help to improve our training buck.  With that end in mind I have started to play with a website to track my training with live ammo.

Range Log

Track:

  • Firearms
  • Ranges
  • Drills
  • Log Book
  • Produce Reports

Advantages:

  • Training Record
  • Record of Firearms
  • Legal Advantges

 

2 replies
  1. Drew
    Drew says:

    Great podcast! We’ve had a number of people talk about RangeLog.com in the past, but your explanation of the chief benefits were outstanding. Thank you very much for featuring us on your show!

    On May 3rd we will be releasing RangeLog for Android with a starting price of $4.99. This application will allow members to work with drills, add log books, attach photos and other details while being in remote locations without connectivity. When members are connected to their data network provider or a WiFi they will be able to sync their updates with the web site. This service will be available to both free and premium members. Apple iPhone/iTouch application is currently in beta testing and will be released to the public as soon as testing has completed.

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    • PaulCarlson
      PaulCarlson says:

      Thanks for the complements on the show! I think Apps are the way to go for you folks. Real time data entry will help to make records accurate and actually make it to range log. Now to get me one of those Iphone thingies… Some time in the future I would love to interview someone from http://www.RangeLog.com and learn about some of the other features that I didn’t talk about and may not even be aware of!

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