This is a discussion on Gun Inventory Management Software within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; open source the software, as said earlier scan pics of firearms and display S/N in pics, encrypt the database, have functionality to off-site the encrypted ...
open source the software, as said earlier scan pics of firearms and display S/N in pics, encrypt the database, have functionality to off-site the encrypted database, e.g., burn CD/DVD or FTP to off-site location. That way, you could have a geographic independent storage location of your assets. Could come in handy if there is a geographic incident where you are trying to prove, after the fact, that you do own some confiscated guns (think of the aftermath of katrina).
Also, put in a "poison pill" id/pw combo that will do a DOD wipe of the database. That way, if under duress, you can give the poison pill id/pw and have the database rendered useless. If your adversary is technically competent, they will already have copied the hard drive/CD/DVD that is storing your database. That is where good encryption is useful (and don't even think of the Clipper chip).
i use a mac so this wont work for me but it works for pc users
(i just use an excel spreadsheet)
Gun Safe Firearms Collection Software
and you can add pictures too
hope this helps!
Now I don't know, but I been told it's hard to run with the weight of gold.
Other hand I have heard it said, it's just as hard with the weight of lead.
hunter/garcia (new speedway boogie)
I'm adding a Range section for each weapon to expand on the ammo idea.
From the particular weapon - (RIA .45) I click on Range then I can enter ammo choices and how they perfomed. I would also add any balistics data that you normally record when shooting rifles.
What data do you need recorded here. If you want to share a spreadsheet that would help.
Last edited by treksouth; July 15th, 2008 at 04:20 PM.