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anm2_man 06-03-2008 09:01 PM

New Reloading Bench
 
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Finally got this puppy finished. Everything now has a place. Upper drawers for parts, lower drawer for powder and a place to hold all of the tool heads (note that the tool head stands are on drawer sliders ie they slide out),

h&k bigdaddydieseldan 06-03-2008 09:09 PM

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Originally Posted by anm2_man (Post 26641)
Finally got this puppy finished. Everything now has a place. Upper drawers for parts, lower drawer for powder and a place to hold all of the tool heads (note that the tool head stands are on drawer sliders ie they slide out),

Very nice looking setup you have there great job :D:D

Dillinger 06-03-2008 09:17 PM

+1

That is really a slick set up you got there my friend. Very well thought out. I like the added benefit of being able to sit on the stool and just reach down to the slide out tool heads as needed. Well played sir, well played....

JD

anm2_man 06-03-2008 09:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Dillinger (Post 26646)
+1

That is really a slick set up you got there my friend. Very well thought out. I like the added benefit of being able to sit on the stool and just reach down to the slide out tool heads as needed. Well played sir, well played....

JD


JD - That was the problem before. The bench that it was mounted on was 4 inches higher (I know it doesn't sound like much) but my back used to hurt after a couple hundred rounds. This should help a bunch.

I have to load 250 30-06 Tracer M25 rounds for my son's 1919 (Since my standard 06 reloads are a little to long for his converted IZZY gun) and then I need to do another 200 testing out some WC846T powder. I need to find a load that works for both his 1919 and my ANM2. It will be a busy summer.

cpttango30 06-03-2008 10:57 PM

Good looking set up. The only thing I would add is the bullet tray. I have that on my dillon and boy is it a life saver.

Dillinger 06-03-2008 11:14 PM

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Originally Posted by anm2_man (Post 26649)
JD - That was the problem before. The bench that it was mounted on was 4 inches higher (I know it doesn't sound like much) but my back used to hurt after a couple hundred rounds. This should help a bunch.

Oh believe me, I know bro, I know. The shop I work in has the benches that line two walls set up for my 'smith to stand there all day and work. Since I am about 4 to 5 inches taller, if I don't get the right height stool when I start a project, or I stand for awhile, it really makes a difference in my lower back.

That looks like a good looking set-up. If it works for you, I might be hitting you up for the specs to build one of my own. :cool:

JD

anm2_man 08-11-2008 07:09 PM

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Originally Posted by cpttango30 (Post 26659)
Good looking set up. The only thing I would add is the bullet tray. I have that on my dillon and boy is it a life saver.

Soon there is going to be a KISS bullet feeding accessory hooked to the 650. Don't need no bullet tray with one of those babies.


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