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Old 08-27-2012, 09:41 AM   #101
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Here's my benches I built with angle iron and 3/4 plywood with masonite on top of the plywood
Nice setup you got there!! Is that a beehive hangin off the antlers of the buck on the left??
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Old 08-27-2012, 12:20 PM   #102
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Nice setup you got there!! Is that a beehive hangin off the antlers of the buck on the left??
Thanks capnklump .....Yes that's a hornets nest I found many years ago deer hunting. When I brought the nest in from the cold weather,things really became exciting when the hornets started flying out of the nest in the house. hahahah
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Old 08-30-2012, 11:39 PM   #103
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I finally got my reloading bench / work bench organized enough to where I wouldn't be ashamed to show it in public. Without further ado, here it is:

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Now to get some shelves installed above it to hold the various accessories and components instead of storing them directly on the bench.

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Old 09-10-2012, 10:18 PM   #104
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I a newbie reloader so I have a lot more goodies to get. This is it for now.

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I had to put my reloading setup in the corner of the gameroom and sized so that it wouldn't get in the way when we play pool, so it is smaller than I would like, but it suffices for now.

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Grandpabear, if that is your idea of a newbie, then what does that make me? I've only got the Lee Challenger kit and 2 sets of dies! I guess that makes me a newbie's rookie!

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guys, doesn't matter how big or small, elaborate or fancy your set-up is for reloading, what is important it that you are reloading and shooting! i can remember when my father reloaded in our apartment on the coffee table and stored everything in the closet when he finished reloading. my first reloading area was a small walk-in closet in my office, because i used the garage for working on other things. i now have a dedicated 10'x14' building i use for reloading and working on guns, but it took many years to get to that point. it takes time, but the thing is, you have a place to reload is what is important.

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I finally got my reloading bench / work bench organized enough to where I wouldn't be ashamed to show it in public. Without further ado, here it is:

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Now to get some shelves installed above it to hold the various accessories and components instead of storing them directly on the bench.
OUTSTANDING!!! I hope you and the wife are doing well. I owe you a phone call in the near future.
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Wow. Everyone else has theirs set up so pretty Im almost afraid to post mine. But it is a work in progress.

When we bought our land we lost a room so the reloading gear and preps are in the basement. It has a low ceiling, but I think Im going to put some shelving in.

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Wow. Everyone else has theirs set up so pretty Im almost afraid to post mine. But it is a work in progress.

When we bought our land we lost a room so the reloading gear and preps are in the basement. It has a low ceiling, but I think Im going to put some shelving in.
Dirty, grungy, and cluttered. Looks like a classic setup to me
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