Record keeping?

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    cointoss2 Guest

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    (10/4/01 1:29:46 pm)
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    What do you use for keeping records? I have a home made binder that I use, but am thinking about getting something that looks a little more professional(cleaner). Also where is a good place to pick one up at?

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    RobC in Missouri
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    (10/4/01 3:01:26 pm)
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    If you're looking for a bound book, I've found the one sold by Brownell's is great and cheap - $3 or so. Stapled and 3-hole punched so you can put it in a binder. The website is .

    gun runner john
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    (10/4/01 4:00:54 pm)
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    I'm still using a bound notebook and handwriting in the entries. OTOH, I'm nearing the end of that book, and I think I'll get one of the pre-printed books next.
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