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Reloading bench print outs/posters

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by mlaustin, Sep 11, 2010.

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  1. mlaustin

    mlaustin Member

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    So I have to ask -

    I FINALLY have a real, nice loading bench inside my apartment (one of the advantages of living in the middle of nowhere is that apartments can be reasonably priced and 2k sqft). I was putting a clock on the wall behind it, and put some speakers on the wall, and I was wondering...

    Are there any really good visual aids that you have while reloading? Powder rate burn charts? Life sized outlines of case lengths on paper? I just had a sudden thought that there must be something useful along these lines but couldn't think of where I've ever seen one. What do you guys have on the wall behind your reloading bench?
     
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    I have a large Czech poster of the vz-58, technical type poster in Czech...no where to put it yet. That type of thing woul be perfect. One thing to avoid is anything right in the line of sight that might cause a distraction. My bench always faces something uniformly white and blank.
     
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    I've learned to place the Dillon calendars on the wall behind my reloading chair!

    :rolleyes:
     
  5. newrugersafan

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    I have a picture of a couple of cowboys rounding up a herd of Texas Longhorns. I like single action handguns so it works for me.

    Mike
     
  6. Blackrock

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    Go to posters.com and search for guns or gunpowder.
     
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    Ebay has lots of posters relating to hunting and military firearms.

    Different sites let you make your own 'motivational' posters.
     
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    Come on man!!!! You gotta have wall ART!!!!

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    I find shell holder and case length charts useful, so that I do not have to refer to a loading manual. Also, I have made charts of my favorite loads for each of my firearms so that I do not have to refer to loading logs to duplicate them. Of course some T&A pictures also make the process enjoyable.
     
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    By that you mean "taper crimps and Alliant Powder", right? :rolleyes:
     
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