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RCBS die/ die plate storage

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by lordgroom, Feb 2, 2008.

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  1. lordgroom

    lordgroom Member

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    I am thinking of drilling wood to store my RCBS Pro2000 Die plates with Dies installed. Are there any other options? Has anyone else found a better way for die/ die plate storage?
     
  2. grosland

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    I did the wood drilling bit and it worked fine. Had it fitted in a plastic bin with cover and all was fine until I exceded its capacity. The die plates fit exactly in the small 4 inch parts bins (don't remember the name of them). Now I have the ones I routinely use upside down along with their corresponding shell plates in the parts bin hanging on the wall I cannot attatch them as I do not have a web site but I do have pictures of them.
    I will email them to you if you send me your address.
    grosland
     
  3. Peter M. Eick

    Peter M. Eick Member

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    I just bought a plastic box that I keep all of the spare plates and parts in. Works great and keeps the dust off them like an exposed wooden peg like board would do.
     
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