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Old 09-11-2012, 04:24 AM   #111
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Yeah it'd be great,,, If I was a guy.

But thank you.

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Yeah it'd be great,,, If I was a guy.

But thank you.
Throw some pink neon tape on there and "girl" it up then
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I put goofy up in the crawl space. But Im not really a pink kinda girl.

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I put goofy up in the crawl space. But Im not really a pink kinda girl.
I didn't notice goofy before. I stand correct it. With goofy as your guardian, you have the perfect set up!!
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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.

Looks doable to me...cant be any worse than my "space" thats for sure. (can be seen WAY back on page two of this thread...i need to pop some updated shots. Same as above, just more messy and cluttered (have done a BUNCH of loading int he past year) as i moved/reorganized it a year ago and added a few things in the past year.) One day i will build a shed and get all the misc. crap outta the garage and move everything out there....one day....
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I finally got my reloading bench / work bench organized
Looks nice and sturdy. You will love it more with your shelves

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This is it for now
Heck, it looks like you have already outgrown it.

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my reloading setup in the corner
Looks great,
Two questions:
1. What is the detail of the front bench edge? Is the top an overhangin lip supported by a cross member or is the top flush with the supporting cross member.

2. What is the detail of your door tracks?
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Ok, it's not the "Pretty Award", but looks like it will work great.
+1 on the shelving. Greatest improvement for me.
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Looks doable to me...cant be any worse than my "space" thats for sure. (can be seen WAY back on page two of this thread...i need to pop some updated shots. Same as above, just more messy and cluttered (have done a BUNCH of loading int he past year) as i moved/reorganized it a year ago and added a few things in the past year.) One day i will build a shed and get all the misc. crap outta the garage and move everything out there....one day....
Once the economy starts getting better and we get out of the red we want to heat and AC our shop. When that happens Ill likely move the reloading stuff out there. But until that happens,,,


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Ok, it's not the "Pretty Award", but looks like it will work great.
+1 on the shelving. Greatest improvement for me.
There are some shelves down there, but they are being used to hold the preps and some paint and stuff that the previous owners left. I would throw it out, but as this old farm house has wood siding Ill keep it so we dont have to buy new paint. That is until we can afford to put vinyl siding up.
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Looks great,
Two questions:
1. What is the detail of the front bench edge? Is the top an overhangin lip supported by a cross member or is the top flush with the supporting cross member.

2. What is the detail of your door tracks?



This is a scaled down version of the NRA reloading bench that I found plans of online.
Here are a couple of pics to give you a better idea of how the top is built.

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The top , sides and the shelf are 3/4 ply and the front of the top is a 2X4 supporting a 2X6 that is also supported by the 2X6 on the side.All the frame members are biscuited ,glued and screwed together with 4 1/2 " long screws or thru bolted.The legs are 4X4 bolted into the top frame and the shelf frame.
The tracks are just the plastic slide tracks you can find at any hardware store.

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OUTSTANDING!!! I hope you and the wife are doing well. I owe you a phone call in the near future.
It has been too long since we have talked. We're both doing well! How's the misses and the little one?
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