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New reloader with a new reloading table

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by armed85, Jan 28, 2008.

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  1. armed85

    armed85 Member

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    After some research, I decided to give reloading with a Hornady press and scale a try. I bought a Lyman tumbler, Speer reloading manual, and a few other needed accessories. The only thing left I have to buy is calipers, bullets, and powder. I'm going to start with .223 Remington and bought dies from Hornady as well.

    I was looking around for a desk to hold all my reloading stuff. I spotted a cheap kitchen island and decided that it would fit well in my new hobby room. My hobby room is small, so I needed a reloading table that I could move out of the way when it's not needed.

    It's a work in progress and so too is the room it's sitting in.
     

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  2. presspuller

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    Looks like you are well on your way. Nice set up.
     
  3. Quigley

    Quigley Member

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    Purrrfect!

    I have been looking at maple tops for mine, you will really like your bench!
     
  4. Diggers

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    Hey! That table is a great idea. :)

    I too am just getting into the reloading thing, my space will be in our tiny garage. I will have to move a table out to reload, then put it back so my wife can park her car in there. :rolleyes:

    I think I may have to copy you, I will only be loading .44's so the space in that table looks perfect for the small amount of equipment I will have.

    Very Nice. :D
     
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