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Reloading photos

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by birddog, Jan 21, 2006.

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  1. birddog

    birddog Member

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    Combining two of my hobbies last night while playing around with a new flash setup on my Nikon D70...

    Let's see your stuff too.

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  2. birddog

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    #2

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  3. birddog

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    And, finally, the overall look of messiness....

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  4. armoredman

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    I like it! The primer picture you should submit somewhere....don't tell them what it is....
    My setup is dinky, but it works!
     
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  5. birddog

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    My setup is dinky too. It's the clutter, junk and garbage that are voluminous.

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  6. bdhawk

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    my set-up

    ok, here is my bench.
     
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  7. bdhawk

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    another view

    another view, pardon the mess
     
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    more views

    another view
     
  9. bdhawk

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    oops!

    don't know what i did wrong.. trying again.

    it just won't let me post them brcause i already posted them back in june, '04???
     
  10. birddog

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    Just click on your June 04 post, and copy that link into your post, then highlight it and click on the photo icon.
     
  11. Uncle Don

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    Bird Dog,

    You are very talented with that camera. I've never really seen such "inviting" pictures of reloading equipment and components. You set shots up very nicely. Good job - enjoyed seeing them.
     
  12. birddog

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    Uncle Don, thank you.
     
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    It isn't much, but I call it home...

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    P.S. blue-kool-small.gif my favorite drink :D
     
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    bonafide disaster area, but I can find almost everything most of the time :D :D
     

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    Whats with the wire on the window?
     
  16. newfalguy101

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    cheap security

    Obviuosly it wont stop someone who is wanting to get in, but the guy who is looking for an easy target will go away, as it will slow em down enough that my neighbors wil get tired of my dog barking and take a look see. I also have a board nailed into the track above the lower window which keeps it from opening more than about an inch. So if they want in bad enough to break all the glass out and cut the wire, well they need the things more than I do.

    PS the blinds are rarely if ever open anyway, kind of a what you cant see you wont want philosophy I guess.
     
  17. bigsarg99

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    Here is my Cluttered Workspace
     

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    I posted one a few minutes ago that disappeared:uhoh:
    BENCH

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    This is the stuff I use to stuff the stuff I shoot!
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  19. birddog

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    X-Ring....nice, very nice.
     
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    That Nikon D70 is a nice camera- and the guy taking the pictures does a good job, too!
     
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    A few pics of my set ups

    The dillon bench. I made it plenty solid, it's screwed to the wall!
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    A close-up of the 650 while loading .223.
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    Another bench that was an old built-in dresser.
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    A lee 4 hole turret I HAD before getting the dillon.
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    The main bench in it's after-season mess! A little hard to see because of the backlighted window. This took second place in a couple "messiest bench" threads over the last couple years!:what:
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    Powder and bullet storage in another bedroom, keeps the powder off the benches when not in use. An important safety consideration, prevents getting similar looking powders from getting mixed up.
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  23. adaman04

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    Yes, Constanza, I think it did! Does he just not want to go through the agony of changing dies? Well, lets see, I reload for 42 cartridges, so I need 42 Dillon presses. :D But Honey, think about how much money I would save reloading my own ammo! :uhoh:
     
  24. xring44

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    Thanks Birddog, I'm sitting here watching for Santa Claus in the brown truck, I have a new 650 Dillon with electric case feed due in soon,,maybe today, maybe tomorrow.....almost christmas...:)
     
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