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Show us a picture of your reloading bench

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by James THR, Aug 30, 2006.

  1. JimBobTX

    JimBobTX New Member

    Here's where I spend late night hours when I can't sleep or when the weather down here in South Texas is so hot outside during the day that I don't want to go outside. I don't save any money reloading...actually I probably spend more:). But I can shoot a whole lot more for the same price. A progressive press is next and I just picked up a used manual indexing shotgun loader.

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  2. PlottmanPops

    PlottmanPops New Member

    those are plastic boxes from Office Depot. I cut one side off with a table saw so I can slid them on and not have to lift over the top, keeps the dust off pretty well.
  3. LAH

    LAH Member

    Great thinking.
  4. witchhunter

    witchhunter Active Member

    Here are a few more pictures, hopefully not as blurry as last time.


  5. Ronno

    Ronno Member

    ALWAYS upgrading and updating!

    I am NOT finished with the room, still working on it and it is a big task at hand… Walls need painted yet, shelves installed, LOTS of banners to hang and more & better lighting. The wood floor has yet to be put in etc... But here is a “idea” of what it will be like…

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  6. Ronno

    Ronno Member

    One more photo

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  7. dsm

    dsm New Member

    Nice wall of inventory!
  8. Ronno

    Ronno Member

    Not all mine, a friend of mine owns half the primers...
  9. Cleftwynd

    Cleftwynd New Member

    I'll be your friend! haha
  10. bigfinger76

    bigfinger76 New Member

    My minimal loading bench. Everything I need.

  11. LAH

    LAH Member

    Nice bench bigfinger.
  12. Beentown

    Beentown New Member

    My goodness, I am a newb to reloading and am in awe of some of these. I have a really nice set up but hardly any inventory. I couldn't imagine having that much money wrapped up into it. :what:
  13. oldreloader

    oldreloader New Member

    Nice big finger but be forewarned..It'll grow on you!
  14. silicosys4

    silicosys4 Active Member

    Yup, it will grow on ya...I just started reloading a year ago. Still have a lot to learn, and I want to thank everyone for contributing, it's been a great help. Sorry for the terrible picture, iPads have crappy cameras

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  15. Fire_Moose

    Fire_Moose Member

    Phew. Now I look minimalist :)

    Sent from my CZ85 Combat
  16. Ronno

    Ronno Member

    Most of the gear

    I will say reloading IS an addiction…:what:

    I started around 1982/83 and used the RCBS RCII I STILL have on the bench. You look at the last photos I posted a few back and you can see it right behind the RCBS Pro 2000 press.
    Also in the photos are as follows:
    (Starting at the shotshell presses)
    MEC 600Jr – 12ga
    MEC 600Jr – 16ga
    MEC Sizemaster – 12ga (Limited Ed Zombie Press)
    MEC 9000GN – 20ga
    MEC 9000GN – 12ga
    Hornady 366 with gas assist – 12ga (Best crimps come from this press)

    Brass Presses:
    Hornady LNL with case feeder and bullet feeder (Now they sell it as the ammo plant)
    Hornady LNL Powered Case Prep Center (LOVE this)
    RCBS Pro 2000
    Hornady LNL Classic single stage
    Hornady LNL Classis single stage
    Forster Co-Ax
    Dillon RL550B loaded with all accessories.

    Also Hornady Magnum sonic cleaner & Hornady basic sonic cleaner
    Hornady manual case trimmer
    Hornady concentricity gauge
    Forster case check center
    Hornady electronic scale model GS 350
    Hornady electronic scale model 1500
    Hornady electronic bench scale
    Hornady powder/scale electronic system
    Rampro Ammo Check station universal gauge (GET one of these as soon as you can, this thing is great!)

    Anyhow that is the equipment that is in the photos… Once the entire room is done I will post full room photos and I spend 75% of my time in this area..:D
  17. JoelSteinbach

    JoelSteinbach New Member


    You win
  18. Certaindeaf

    Certaindeaf member

    You got case lube on the lens. lolz
  19. LAH

    LAH Member

    What is this & what does it do?
  20. Certaindeaf

    Certaindeaf member

    Back in the olden days, "aristocrats" would turn wood on a foot treadle lathe for the fun of it. I think we got them there "aristocrats" beat by a fair piece no matter the measure.

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