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Article The 'Ultimate' RAACO Storage v1.0

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This 22 page article provides what I would have liked when I began planning to set up a RAACO storage for my ASL stuff in one file: Basic premises before you start, hardware needed, best way to organize counters according to premises along with thoughts & reasoning behind it, process & best technique for labelling inserts, and a link section to other valuable resources. It will save you a LOT of time.

This is the low resolution version because of size limits for resources at GS forum. A better version will be available in the Downloads section of the Texas ASL Club (

This article will also explain the file with about 1100 labels for use with A75 & A78 RAACO inserts which covers all ASL Core Modules and a bit more. This label file will be available here at GS forum as a PDF. Another version in Excel format (.xls) which allows you to edit and expand on the labels to suit your personal needs. As GS forum appears not to accept the .xls format, this latter, much more useful version will, too, become available via the Texas ASL Club.
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very complete package and thought on Raaco as a storage system. Only concern is shifting/mixing of armor counters within the storage trays based on this system
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The shifting/mixing of armor counters is almost entirely prevented by creating stacks of 6 counters per vehicle type in the RAACO inserts. How this can be done if less vehicles that 6 are available of one type is described in more detail within the file. In practice over the last few years since I use the system, I can report that the problem of shifting/mixing of armor counters is minimal if the Handy Boxes are handled with reasonable care.
At last I have a new and tidy beginning to get my counters put in a logical order. Most, most useful! Thank you!
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Thanks for the praise. Please be sure to have a look at the download section of the Texas ASL Club website. If you are looking for an editable Excel-File for all the labels, it is to be found there.
This is exactly the article I was looking for a year ago. Still valid and will be used. Many thanks, sir !
Incredible detail, answered all my questions, extremely useful for anyone considering using Raaco for ASL counter storage