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Old 02-05-2013, 08:20 PM   #171
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Yes, they are Akro-Mils. Got them at Amazon. They are "The Economy Stacking Nesting Storage Bin". I got 2 sizes #30718 and #30796. I was getting into too many different calibers and had to keep track of rifle number of times fired. I had marked cardboard shipping boxes all over. I bought a set of each. They fit my shelves, so measure twice and buy once.
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they also come in various sizes and colors as well. they are very well made and durable as well. decently priced.
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Well it primary purpose is not reloading but I will be using it from time to time as one. I am upgrading my table saw.

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Here's mine. (maybe)

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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
A number of years ago my wife, son and I were going down an old logging road, my son was walking behind the car and when he passed by a bald faced hornets nest he threw a rock right through the middle of it, I screamed at him to get in the car as quick as he could and we rolled all the windows up. Thankfully only one hornet got in which I promptly killed then I asked my son what the hell he was thinking because those buggers have a nasty sting. I usually leave them alone because I've seen them pick off flies land on the ceiling bite the wings off and take them back to the hive.
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Here is my reloading/gun room setup as it currently stands. The last pic is a little wood holder that I whipped up at work to make my Forster trimmer more useful. It is not wide enough and tips over. The aluminum are for hard points to c-clamp it to the front of my bench.

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Here is my reloading/gun room setup as it currently stands. The last pic is a little wood holder that I whipped up at work to make my Forster trimmer more useful. It is not wide enough and tips over. The aluminum are for hard points to c-clamp it to the front of my bench.
What a nice job. Every nook and cranny put to use. It's tough in a basement corner. They insist on putting pipes, meters, ducts, and whatever in the way.
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Here is my reloading/gun room setup as it currently stands. The last pic is a little wood holder that I whipped up at work to make my Forster trimmer more useful. It is not wide enough and tips over. The aluminum are for hard points to c-clamp it to the front of my bench.
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What a nice job. Every nook and cranny put to use. It's tough in a basement corner. They insist on putting pipes, meters, ducts, and whatever in the way.
not bad at all! very good use of a small space.

i also think he did a good job of making good use of the space he had to work with. very resourceful.
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not bad at all! very good use of a small space.

i also think he did a good job of making good use of the space he had to work with. very resourceful.
It was either there or out in the garage. The garage doesn't have heat so the choice was easy. The whole space is 4x6 and also holds the guns.
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Finished up putting in new lighting, putting in a sturdy shop table, and getting everything mostly laid out. It's clean for now lol. It's I. My garage so I plan on storing the primers, powder, and finished product inside. Everything else will be out in the garage in some sort of sealed containers. I live in Oklahoma, so I'm probably going to have to treat exposed surfaces with some sort of cpc so I don't get rust.

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Nice bench. Looks like you'll have a nice amount of space to work with. What calibers are you setting up for?

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