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My new toys

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by j21blackjack, Jan 22, 2010.

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  1. j21blackjack

    j21blackjack Member

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    Arrived from UPS yesterday. Got the computer desk from craigslist for $10, then tore it apart because it was wobbly and added $40 worth of stuff to it today :D. Certainly not wobbly anymore, but now it weighs about 40 lbs! I built it to be portable so I can load inside the house instead of in the non-air-conditioned garage.
     
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    Sounds like a winner! I see you ordered your bullets from Brad, you'll like those. ;)
     
  3. j21blackjack

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    That box is almost empty, so is the second box. The bullets work great and their prices are nice too.
     
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    What kinda of bullets are those???
     
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    Missouri Bullet Company in the blue boxes, 185gr SWC and some 230gr RNFP. The little baggy on the bottom (if you can see them) are Rock Mountain Reloading 95gr JHP's
     
  6. cyclopsshooter

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    i gotta build a rig like that nice!
     
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    I was thinking about painting all of the new wood red to match the press, and repainting the top and bottom black.. My wife thinks I'm weird.
     
  8. Walkalong

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    They're usual right you know. :D

    Looks like you are ready to go, paint job not withstanding.
     
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    if she thinks you are being weird you are probably on the right track :)
     
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    LOL! My kitchen table has and MB box on it and a box of the same 95gr JHP from Rocky as you under it!

    Justin
     
  11. bds

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    But where's the cup holder for your "beverage" and the TV remote? :D
     
  12. j21blackjack

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    Now thats a good idea. I could cut a hole in the top and use some netting to make it.
     
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    I'd like to build a table, but here is my Idea:

    A circle about 10' to 12' round with a 6" hole in the center large enought that you would not have to get and go "out" to get what you need. Have a gate to get in and out of. Office type chair in center to roll to each tool.

    Or

    A square similar to the circle.

    Jimmy K

    Got a double photo on the square
     

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