I know I can make my own in microsoft word, but thats way too time consuming for me LOL. Anyone have one already setup that they could email me and I could put my info in. if so, please email it to me at [email protected]
The Avery label web site will give you a free downloadable program that matches all of your labels if you want it. Word is also easy. Saved the labels on my hard drive, print a bunch ahead of time and they are ready when needed.
I only load three different shells. One for singles, one for handicap and the third one for my first shot of doubles. I have some small stick on labels that I cut even smaller. My labels read- 16 , HC , and 1. At the club, I am not interested in what is in the shell, only what the shell should be used for.
Computer-generated labels would probably impress people if anyone saw them but me. I find it a lot cheaper to simply buy packs of permanent folder labels at Staples. They are long and wide enough to contain my recipe number, shot weight and wad and primer data on one line and the date of each reload on the other. Dating them makes it easy to identify a specifc batch if I should discover a foul up in the process later on.
One night I wrote flour on my label for shot. I used this box for a Ponderosa shoot. If I did miss, they all excused me. When I won the shoot, they banned the remainder of the box for the night. They all wanted to take a shell home and cut it open. A lot of cheap laughs on a hot summer night. ROFL
Flalagarto- Jerry, Was the shoot you set around mis labeled shells the same one that you washed out a Budweiser can and filled it with coke and walked around the club drinking from the can? Or wait, maybe I was the smart alack who did that.