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

  1. Ida Noski

    Ida Noski Member

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    Ok. Kinda late in the game, but here's my mess!
     

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  2. LAH

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    Alright Noski, how do you like your Super Swage?
     
  3. Ida Noski

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    LAH,

    It's great! When I was active in Highpower I was using a lot of LC brass that was crimped. It's so quick and easy to use once you get it set up. Comes with parts to do large and small primer pockets.
    I feel lucky, as I live pretty close to Dillon. Just wish I had more $$ to spend there.

    Hold Hard,

    Jim
     
  4. carterbeauford

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  5. Mr White

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    20YearVet,
    Do you ever sleep or do you just keep chuggin' the Folgers :what: and crankin' out rounds?
     
  6. LAH

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    Nice bench Carter.........Creeker
     
  7. 2400

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    Thanks! :D
     
  8. flynlr

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    jumpin in with both feet wet

    I am very new to reloading, I purchased this little bench at the local home center after getting a crap load of stuff from midway
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    within 1 week I was well on my way

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    2 weeks later the ammo factory is in full bloom.,
     
  9. captain54

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    Had to build this in the closet. Next house I will have a room.
     

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  10. actionflies

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    This portable bench sucks! But I paid $50 and I'm stuck with it.
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  11. LAH

    LAH Member

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    Captain 54 I've smoked a few of those El Verso's.
     
  12. Ari

    Ari Member

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    This is EXACTLY the inspiration I needed to see to get me going on cleaning my garage so I can bolt down my brand new Dillon 550 and all of the new reloading equipment I just bought this weekend.

    Bravo! You guys have some pretty crafty set ups. Here's what I have to work with so far...
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    Expect updates to follow! :)
     
  13. captain54

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    LAH,

    I never smoked those ones, but others. Cigar boxes are great to hold brass at varying stages of processing. My father in-law supplies all that I need.
     
  14. lawboy

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    How folks get by with ONE reloading bench is beyond me. You have got to have a separate bench for bullet casting, bullet lube sizing, case cleaning, single stage presses, turrent presses and progressive presses! I mean, come on folks! hehe.
     
  15. wcwhitey

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    I am inspired, I will take some photo's this week and report back. Mine currently is based on a Mechanics wheeled cart. It has worked out so far as space has been limited lately. Will get back shortly. Bill
     
  16. LAH

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    I'm impressed with the benches & the space. Loading can be done with very little or with tons of stuff. It can be done in the living room, closet, basement, garage, or rooms/buildings just for such. Benches range from mild to wild. Great thread.

    I like CapJack's set up. Simple, straight foward & clean. You want to be loaders notice his "stuff". It doesn't take a lot of money or space & I'm just guessing but it looks like he not only loads but casts his bullets also?
     
  17. Quickdraw McGraw

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    Hey!

    Red dog leader that press looks amazingly like mine:D

    Man I have had mine all set up for a month and I just love it! Been cranking out 44 mag and 45 ACP! LEE WORKS FOR ME!
     
  18. Rollis R. Karvellis

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    These two were taken just before I started to tear my bench down.
     

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  19. middle age fat man

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  20. colbyjack

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    my newest addition

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    and its not clean anymore..... :)

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    -chris
     
  21. LAH

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    Welcome to the board MAFM. Nice bench........you to Chris.
     
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  22. Red_Dog_Leader

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  23. Springfield_1911SS

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  24. target1911

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    I will be putting the finishing touches on my bench top this weekend. After that I will be posting pics of mine too. I have gotten a few ideas from this post....thanks
     
  25. sitedzn

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    Took 1 weekend to complete this monster. Entire setup is 4'Wx3'Dx6'H. Total cost around $150.

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