I also keep a detailed notebook of handloads,powder charges,lube recipes,patch diameters,etc. But most everything at work, I just "wing it". At least I have my priorities sorted out.Dumb questions are asked by the below:
I keep a 3 or 5 ring binder.
In it, is pertinent information for shooting in general and specific to each rifle and pistol.
The first section contains information such as which way to move the front and rear sights. It contains information on each mold such as diameter of each and the number of grains for each mold. Wind drift and elevation to 100 yards.
Next section is specific to each rifle and pistol. Make and model number of each, serial number of each, ball size, cap size, nipple size and thread diameter, and number of grains of powder, (minimum and maximum), powder grains for 25, 50 and 100 yards, patch diameter and lube . The book leaves nothing to chance nor a failing memory.
Each shooting venture is written down with comments.