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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. 308sc

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    one heck of a nice reloading/gun room setup!
     
  2. pzember

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    Elegancy and practicality together, You have my admiration!

    I use RockChucker2 with Piggyback2 for handguns, second RockChucker for rifle, Lyman turret for small amount of ammo, CH4 for operational repair, MEC Versamec 700 and MEC 76 Series Grabber for 12 Ga but Your order miss...
     
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  3. - J -

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    You are a man of taste, Lookinforlunkers. A man of taste.
     
  4. skywalkrNCSU

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    man that is a great looking bench

    I hope to make something nice like that one day when I can settle down
     
  5. presspuller

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    That room sure is red.:)
     
  6. Lookinforlunkers

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    It's actually a deep burgandy, the flash makes it look much brighter than it is. Thank you everybody for the nice compliments it has been a lot of fun learning about reloading from you fellas. I decided after cleaning up the other night I am gonna add a hutch, i'll post up when I get her done.

    I was hoping that bringing this thread back up might get some other fellas posting. Come on men I know I am not the only one who has been busy in the man room;)
     
  7. roger460xvr

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    here;s some lee reloaders on my junkie bench...roger460xvr
     

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  8. DEDON45

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    Good lookin' Benches here... I need to borrow my buddie's camera so I can post a pic or two of my small setup... I've got two presses... but I'm starting to get "press envy" with some of these 3 and more press setups... :)
     
  9. Griz44

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    Hey Griz.

    Loved the video, Mate. Plus, I am seriously happy for you that you have a great place to work in.

    question: the refrigerators that are in the cave, do they happen to have some of that great home made beer you were telling me about????

    Cheers Mate...
     
  11. Lookinforlunkers

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    Nice video Grizz. I especially love the hutch, great storage idea.
     
  12. aerod1

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    Well now that really ticks me off:cuss:!! Griz has a nice big room for his reloading and I am stuck with my Lee Classic Cast Turret and a Lee Reloader C press on a "Work Mate". You have a great set up. I am jealous.:D
    I am just getting started reloading. I cranked my first rounds out last night....solo:).
    Maybe one of these days, if I get my garage cleaned out, I can have a nicer set up. Looks good Griz!!!
     
  13. Griz44

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    The fridges are next to the back door, which is next to the patio and the 5 burner rotisserie grill. Spun hens, ribs and cold home brew, friends and family. Life is good. :D
     
  14. ZeSpectre

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    Grizz, you make me miss my ferrets. I had a cage for them that was nearly as large as yours and they enjoyed it so much that sometimes they didn't even want to come out <grin>.

    do they ever collect your brass and hide it in a corner somewhere? My car keys were never safe!
     
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  16. Griz44

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    LOL, yea, that and small tools, the chain off the loadmaster, etc.... I have to make sure I keep lids tight and hazardous stuff put away. They get into EVERYTHING! The white footed one is 6 now, and not as active. The black footed one is 3 and a real ball of fire. We have had them both from 8 weeks old. She likes toilet plungers and left along, will drag one all the way to the cage. Go figure. They run loose in the loading room while I am loading, but not casting. The plywood gate keeps them in the room, but lets me see out and stay in contact with the wife. I make sure all floors and everything are wiped good after casting, don't want the girls to get sick. I love hard tile floors, really easy to keep clean.
     
  17. Lookinforlunkers

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    Kimbernut you got a bigger pic, can't really see what you got goin on;)
     
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  19. Lookinforlunkers

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    There we go Kimbernut, lookin good
     
  20. shorin

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    Here's my bench. It's only about a month old as I'm just starting out. It's made from 2" tubing with 1" for the shelves and a 3/4" plywood top. I made it so that the press could be moved back out of the way easily. I use the bench for reloading and for gunsmithing/maintenance. Running 40 S&W and 223 now. Working on 357 Sig, and then 308....

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    Danny
     
  21. M47 Dragon

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    I am brand new to reloading. Here is my 4th of July project - converting an old roll-top desk (that was closed and filled with six year old obsolete computer junk) to my first reloading bench. It ain't much, but I think it will work for now.

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  22. VonFatman

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    M47 Dragon,
    Looks good to me! Enjoy your new outfit!

    Bob
     
  23. Griz44

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    I LOVE THE OLD ROLLTOP!
    Good looking setup.
     
  24. LAH

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    Nothing wrong with the roll top. Looks great.........Creeker
     
  25. fireflyfather

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    Love the rolltop. Not so big on the coffee cup right next to the tumbler. That's a good way to get elevated lead levels.
     

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