To become the best shooter you can be, your training and growth are a top priority. We must have a training goal, the appropriate drills, and a means to track our progress. These fun and standardized drill cards provide a convenient training curriculum for all skill levels, and promotes practice consistency for improved shooting performance.
This range bag sized journal will help you stay on track. A simple Three Card System makes it easy!
A loadout is everything involved in shooting and includes the handgun, holster, and carry location, ammo, and concealment garment (if used). What is used to shoot is important to performance.
Favorite loadouts used during practice are listed on a loadout card. Performance with each loadout used to run each drill is tracked on the drill cards.
Fun and popular drills that offer a challenge to all skill levels are instantly available with our amazing selection of drill cards.
Drill results are captured directly on the drill cards with room to track results of 7 runs per card, allowing performance trends to be easily spotted. Colorful drill cards come with each standard training log and are also available for purchase individually when you need more.
The Training Log with training log cards captures the complete details of each practice session, with easy reference to drills run, overall drill results and room for freehand notes. Detailed drill results are always just a flip of the cards away in the Active Drills section.
The completed log card example below shows how it might be filled out to record all activities associated with your training. Some features of how the card is used in the example are:
- For new entries, basic information of Date, Loadouts Used, Notes, Rounds Fired and Practice Hours are written under the headings. After that, additional information about the activity uses the entire line and as many lines as needed.
- The log card is used to record many different aspects of becoming a better handgun shooter including practice sessions, a training session, a book read on self defense and aftermath, dry fire practice, etc.
- Drills that are practiced are referenced by number, which points to the drill card for all other information, saving writing it all out in the log. Some shooting results are captured that highlight improvement.
- Some notes are made as reminders to plan time to work on some skills.