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Show us a picture of your reloading bench

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by James THR, Aug 30, 2006.

  1. luis7

    luis7 Member

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    Hi.
    This is my first reply here.
    I´m Luis from Spain and I want to show my little reloading bench.
    Thanks.
    Greeting.
     

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  2. mallc

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    Welcome Luis

    Nice setup Luis! Welcome to the board.

    Scott
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  3. LAH

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    Very nice Luis :) Welcome to the board..........Creeker
     
  4. stellarpod

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    Luis:

    Very nice assortment of equipment and components.

    If you don't mind me asking, where do you order or buy most of your reloading gear? Do you have local stores or shops who stock these items, or do you mail-order?

    stellarpod
     
  5. stellarpod

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    *** Double tap ***

    (sorry)

    stellarpod
     
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  6. KeithB

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    Welcome aboard Luis
     
  7. luis7

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    Hi.
    Thanks at all.
    In Spain I can buy some reloading item rcbs, lyman, lee, etc, but it has more expensive.
    In USA this items have very good prices and I´m buying in ebay and in italians reloading shops.
    America´s gum shops are a paradise to me and my friends, here only some gums shops have reloading items, and we can´t buy powder or primers like us.
    When a gums shop have powder to sell, its price is around 65 to 70 $ a pound and a 1000 primers box around 42$ and for this we can´t shoot many time and big calibers (only 22 lr, 32 SW long, 38 sp and 9 mm) that we want.
    Greetings.
     
  8. ZeSpectre

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    No pictures yet but I have been promised a RCBS RC Supreme Master Reloading Kit for my birthday (YEA!)

    Eat THAT TinyGnat <grin>. :neener:
     
  9. jwxspoon

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    Here's my new bench, I posted some other pics in another thread. I'm bolting down the presses this week.

    jw

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  10. tinygnat219

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    Alright Ze! Congrats.

    Now, silly question: Do you have any .38 / .357 brass to reload? I have a bunch...

    What kind of setup are you getting?
     
  11. stellarpod

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    jwxspoon:

    That is an extremely nice and sturdy looking bench. Can I get you to build one for me? :)


    luis7:

    It's good to see other shooting enthusiast from other parts of the world on this forum. I'm sorry that prices and availability make it so difficult for you. If you're ever in Oklahoma City it would be my pleasure to take you to the local range and let you shoot a wide variety of firearms. I do this often with business associates and clients from all over the world - from Thailand to Holland and everywhere in between. They thoroughly enjoy it and for a couple of guys from Amsterdam and Scotland "shooting in Oklahoma with Steve" has become a yearly ritual.

    stellarpod
     
  12. ZeSpectre

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    jwxspoon, that's the exact same bench I want to build. Did you do it yourself or buy it someplace?
     
  13. ZeSpectre

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    Not much of the .38/.357 yet but a LOT of .40 S&W to work with and I'm collecting .380 auto pretty fast <grin>.
     
  14. jwxspoon

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    Well, let me know if you want some .38/.357 ammo. Shoot, I'll even offer to come down your way and assist in the reloading / cleaning process.
     
  16. luis7

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    stellarpod:
    Thank you very much for the invitation.
    One day I have to visit the USA to see in there presents quite what I can see in Internet.
    Regards.
     
  17. col_tapiocca

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    This my reloading place. I only reload .45acp and 9mm with my Dillon square B.
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  18. LAH

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    col_tapiocca I like..........Creeker
     
  19. .45Guy

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    The lamest bench ever:
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  20. stellarpod

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    .45Guy:

    No sir, the lamest bench ever would be one without ANY loading gear on it.

    There is nothing wrong with being a Spartan warrior!

    stellarpod
     
  21. KeithB

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    if it works for you and loads your ammo it is a great bench :D
     
  22. .45Guy

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    Thanks stellarpod, I much prefer "Spartan Warrior" to "Cheap SOB."
     
  23. Ringneck16

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    Here's my bench that I just finished up yesterday. I don't plan on moving again which is good as this sucker isn't going to budge. I built a powder charging station that can be pulled out from the shelf when needed and then tucked back in. On the right are my Classic Cast Turret and my Herters Super 3 press.

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  24. arflattop

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    Not fancy but sturdy -- 2x4's and a solid core door. Now I'm waiting for the little brown truck to bring a Redding press.

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  25. Quickdraw McGraw

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    Come on little brown truck! :scrutiny: Post a few pics after your press is installed!
     

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