I have been posting on another post and started this so not to hijack the other thread. When I got back into reloading after a forty year break I set up my reloading area in a 6 foot by 7 foot walk in closet off an extra bedroom. I started our live in grandson shooting at the age four. When he reached seven and started shooting centerfire guns I couldn't afford to keep up with new ammunition so I got back into reloading again. I started out with a new Hornady single stage Lock n Load kit. Then added press, an old Pacific that I had drilled & tapped for the Lock n Load adaptor. That worked for a while but out grew this set up. Our house is over a hundred years old. There use to be a large four or five car gargae that they tore down about forty years ago and moved this 10'X14' room over and set it on untreated 4x4s Right on the ground. They sank in the ground over the years and the floor joist and flooring rotted out. I was tempted to tear it down but decided to rebuild it. I had to get it jacked up in the air to get working on it. I cut the floor out, cut all of the rotted wall studs off up above the rot and extended them a little and sistered 2x4s along side of them. I poured 2' by 2' concrete pads to set the shed on, Bought used 6'X8" beams to put on the concrete pads. Bought the fourteen foot 2X6s for new flor joinst. The 3/4" tounge & grouve flooring were left over from a house we built a couple of years ago. After getting this all together I decided to convert the shed into my reloading space. Most of the wood material is stuff I brough home from work, we build houses in Anacorted WA. At todays prices I vouldn't afford to rebuild this or make a new shed. A $8 sheet of OSB is close to $40. A $3 -2x4 is right around $8. I just bought one 2x6x14 and it was $32 plus tax. A $2.50 stick of 1/2 inch rebar is over $10. For new siding I wanted to HardiePlank lap siding. Even that went way out of sight. So I have been collecting old cedar fence sections that a fence company hauls back to tjier yard after they remove them. They dump them out by the road for free to take. I make planter boxes and bird houses out of this old cedar wood. To cut cost on my shed I used it to reside the shed. I did buy three 2'X2' windows that I installed on the front & two sided. The door is a three foot door that we removed from a house we totally striped down to the wall studs and remodeled a year ago, $275,000 remodel. I bought a new one room AC unit for it, I have a 220 volt electric wall heater for the shed. I had a small four circut panel box out there. When we remodeled our house I had them put a 200 amp service in. I had a electrition friend stop in and see what I needed to do to get a 100 amp service out to the shed. I need to run a heavier electric line out there. He has a used 100 amp panel box and breakers to use. It is all comeing together. I still have a couple of months to go before I can get it complete. It will have heat, air conditioner, small wood stove, mini refridge. The last two years I have been buying more reloading equipment. I have three Lock n Load single stage presses, a couple of RCBS Rock Chucker presses, a Redding T-7 press, a Hornady AP press, a Dillion 650, a cheap Lee progressive kit, really cheap single stage press that came with the Lee book my son gave me. On the right side of the door I will be putting a three or four foot wall. Then build a bench from that wall over to the corner about 7 feet then down the side wall 14 feet from the front of the bench to the back of the shed. I will have two of the single stage Lock n Load presses set up, the Hornady AP press, the Dillion 650, the Redding T-7 atleast one RCBS Rock Chucker press.that little cheap Lee press my son gave me and maybe the Lee progressive. I will have a large choice of presses to use and when new people who want to get in to reloading they will have a large variety to try before they buy. I have been buying used dies on the gun forums, ebay, gun shows. If I donxt have the set of dies the new guys need to load with I buy them. Last Tuesday a new reloaded guy came over, we set up a set of 40 caliber and a set of 357 Sig dies. Loaded up some ammo and went shooting. He odered a new Lee Kit and it is on back order.