There's also the daily sight count twice daily, and a serialized count on Fridays.
Any time optics, crew served weapons, SAWs, or M203s are issued out of the armory you are responsible for the checkout and check-in. You're there early and late. Don't suck at it because if you do gear will get lost. Also don't suck at it because the longer it takes you to inventory a check in of gear, the longer your company is "waiting for word" because they can't secure if your shit ain't straight.
It's a make or break billet. If you're good at it, you'll be a golden child. If you suck at it people will know your name, too. That's the way it may or may not play into MOS selection, and you'll read this thread later and realize what "METT-TC dependent really means (go watch Lt Beltbuckle on YouTube now and then watch it in 5 months, you'll get a kick out of how much you've changed your vernacular).
If you have an air contract, I recommend you suck at it immediately and get fired. It'll save you lot's of time, and FIGMAC anyway, right? Smilies are in effect.
Just curious, are you the Co. ordnance rep or the Plt ordnance rep?
One more thing...If in the future you have something on your EDL and you can't find it, remember...It's probably in the armory. This holds true for the rest of your career.