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Pics of your workbench/reloading bench/shop

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by Talacker, Nov 25, 2008.

  1. jbarnett

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    I need someone to build me a table like this.
     
  2. la_emperatriz

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    here's mine; not that fancy. It's built into a standard size closet in my quilting room.

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  3. grwd

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    quilting room? you sissy.
    ;)

    I want to see your cookie baking room..mmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
     
  4. la_emperatriz

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    hey, my quilts have won me more money than my shooting (0). An my cookie baking room is called a "kitchen"

    And I've been in your workshop, it's awfully fancy schmancy, but without central heating, you must have a lot of space heaters to keep it ok in this weather.
     
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    Not a very good pic. The 650 kind hides the Lyman turret press behind it but you get the idea

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    Thought I would help you out Old Fart. You got a nice setup here by the way.

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    The quickest and easiest way for me was the use of standard kitchen cabinets with either 3/4" plywood or counter top:

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    Thanks for the support Bob!
     
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    Just a recycled desk top and some 2"x2" tubeing.
     

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