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Note taking...what do you use?

Discussion in 'Bushcraft and survival skills' started by Antonymous, Dec 22, 2019.

  1. SCOMAN

    SCOMAN Full Member

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    I use a RITR notebook no.135 for a quick use note taking. I made a notebook holder for it to stick patches on.

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    For taking longer notes, courses and the like and transcribing my quick notes I use a RITR 370F-M in a Centreline Systems Everyday Organiser. They no longer do it but I'm a big fan. Theres a clear pocket at the back to put maps etc in if needed and a couple of pouches to stow pens etc. I've put a sheet of RITR paper in the clear pocket to act as a 'whiteboard'.

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  3. PyroJames

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    Rite in the Rain All-Weather Universal No.771FX-M Notepad & Fisher Space pen bullet. Small and compact, able to fit in any pocket no matter what I'm wearing, And completely waterproof so my useful notes will never be lost :)
     

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