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 Sniper DATA Book

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PostSubject: Sniper DATA Book   Sun Apr 06, 2008 6:01 am

Sniper Data Book


  • Date
  • Type of round (Match grade/regular & 'Lot' number)
  • Rounds fired
  • Total rounds fired (Important for the barrell life of your gun)


  • Sheet number out of number of sheets used
  • Your name (If more than one person uses the book)
  • Date and time
  • Location
  • Number of the event you are recording (Start at 1, 2, 3...)
  • Time the event happened
  • Location of event (direction and the distance to it)
  • Describe the event
  • What you did during the event (Did you observe.....?)


  • Description of the terrain (vegetation, roads, structures, distance from your position....)
  • Picture of the engagement (Your perspective)
  • Sketch name (Should be named after the most prominent object in the sketch)
  • Your location
  • Weather
  • Magnetic north
  • Number of the sketch
  • Your name
  • Your rank
  • Date/time

RANGE CARD - Picture

  • The main portion is where you draw the engagement area. Each line represents a given disance from your position, the distance is your choice.
  • At the end of each half circle is a box. If there is a structure on that line, record the range, windage, and elevation of that structure. The idea is to record as much information as possible on this card.

This is used during range practice

  • Range to the target (Ues a different page for different ranges
  • Ammo and 'lot' number
  • Light conditions
  • Draw the mirage (Quick reference on wind call)
  • Temperature
  • Time
  • On the small target sketch where you normally hold your crosshairs
  • Show the light direction with an arrow
  • Show the wind direction with an arrow
  • In the numbered shot boxes you should record- the elevation and windage before each shot. And draw a small point showing where you saw your crosshairs before pulling the trigger (in the 'Call' box)
  • On the large target you drew in make a small point for the location of where the bullet hit, then number them.
  • In the two boxes above the target you drew write in the correct "dope".
  • The same information is recorded on the moving target card, except you will also record how much lead you use for each shot.
    To download a data book go to SP Data Book. It is from Snipers Paradise (there is a link to their page in the links section) and is in Microsoft Excel format.
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