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RANGELOG LLC is a privately held, US-based organization offering a premier online shot log and shooting performance tracking site used by professionals, military, law enforcement, and competitive shooters. RANGELOG.com allows members track live and dry fire activities, including IDPA, USPSA, IPSC, Skeet, and Trapshooting competition scores with Free and Premium memberships available. Active duty U.S. Military are entitled to a free upgrade to premium, for life.

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Mar11 Friday, March 11, 2011 by RangeLog

Compare Your Shooting Scores Using RangeLog Shooting Drill Leaderboards

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Mar11 Friday, March 11, 2011 by RANGELOG

Skip the Notebook - We've Got an App for That!

 

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Jan20 Thursday, January 20, 2011 by RangeLog

RangeLog attends SHOT SHOW in Las Vegas

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Dec9 Thursday, December 9, 2010 by RangeLog

Reloader Log & Ammo Tab Now Available!

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Dec4 Saturday, December 4, 2010 by RangeLog

Over 70 USPSA/IPSC Classifier Stages added to the Drill Library

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Dec2 Thursday, December 2, 2010 by SuperUser Account

"22 items for less than $50"

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Oct24 Sunday, October 24, 2010 by RangeLog Admin

RangeLog.com now provides premium members with access to tracking IDPA, USPSA & IPSC Scoring.

RangeLog would like to thank Keith Bourgeois, Mark Redl and Alfie Bockemuhl who provided us with great requirements.  This new feature was built to help competitors of USPSA & IPSC competitions with tracking of their shooting scores and ultimately identifying trends in their individual performance.  The system allows you to add & approve buddies.  With this feature, you will have the ability to compare your scores with your buddy's score.  We will building some additional features in the future will better support your ability to communicate and share scores with your shooting team/group.

The Drills Library will also be a place for storing your STAGE/COURSE OF FIRE details.  We haven not changed the name of this area on the site, but please remember that this feature is available for you to track stages that you run on a routine basis.  RangeLog.com is currently working on getting sample stages, collected from several open sites, to help you get started.

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Oct5 Tuesday, October 5, 2010 by RangeLog Admin

We have been working with Keith Bourgeois, Mark Redl and Alfie Bockemuhl to build a score card that will allow USPSA & IPSC competitors to their practice sessions and competitions.  The score card will allow shooters to either put basic scoring information for each stage; or shooters can choose to include split, transition, and reload times for each string of a stage.

The current Drills Library will be altered to allow members to post stage information, which will help when going back to stages you have done in the past and comparing performances.  In the future, you will have the ability to compare your event scores with your approved buddies.

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