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Pics of your workbench/reloading bench/shop

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

  1. 808racer

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    Very nice ;)

    I remember that issue of Rolling Stone. I think it's still in my "library"

     
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    Now that is a cannon
     
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    Very nice
     
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    That's a nice shop you got there, K-man.
     
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    O CRAP ITS KIRSTIE ALLEY! RUN!
     
  6. Disgruntled Computer Tech

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    Bringing this thread back. I got a lot of good ideas on the web and finally finished my new reloading bench. Just getting started reloading. My wife bought me the Lee Anniversary kit for Christmas. Already started resizing some cases.

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    Here is a closeup of the press.
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    Pegboard
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    Anyway, thanks for the ideas! :w000t:
     
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    I've added a few more pounds of powder, more primers, more everything, but it is just the desk I've had since I was a young'un.

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    That is nice. Wish I could do that. If I would have built it everything would roll off in the floor.
     
  9. Disgruntled Computer Tech

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    Thanks for the nice words. I just watched a video online of this guy building a workbench and changed it up a little. It is the perfect size for the space in my garage. Now if I could only get some heat :freezing: in the garage, I would be all set. :sweat:
     
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    Okay I've seen some benches, but I am curious how some of ya'll store components and parts/equipment and any systems you may use. I have one of those Sandusky metal cabinets that I have all my stuff in but even that doesn't seem like its enough sometimes. I had a bunch of plastic reloader boxes, that took up a majority of one shelf, but finally figured the better way to store them was a tote on top of the cabinet. I keep the bottom shelf stocked with bullets and cases of ammunition, this definitely helps weigh down the whole unit and no worries of it ever tipping over.
     

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