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Old 09-25-2011, 04:14 PM   #11
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Last but certainly not least, Jetgirl. Hang in there. In time you'll have a nice set up. Really it doesnt take a ton of room to dedicate to a reloading space, all you need is a corner and small bench.
Yeah, I keep telling my daughter when she moves out, not to plan on coming back because her bedroom is gonna turn into my "gun room" in no time flat!
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Yeah, I keep telling my daughter when she moves out, not to plan on coming back because her bedroom is gonna turn into my "gun room" in no time flat!
LMAO!!! Lemme know how that works out for ya....it looks as if my 21y/o is gonna be here forever. I keep telling him "I signed an 18 year contract! Your in breach of contract. I want my cash for the last 3 1/2 years. Now GET OUT!" It doesnt work.
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LMAO!!! Lemme know how that works out for ya....it looks as if my 21y/o is gonna be here forever. I keep telling him "I signed an 18 year contract! Your in breach of contract. I want my cash for the last 3 1/2 years. Now GET OUT!" It doesnt work.
jetgirl, tell her if she comes home to spend the night she will have to spend on the couch!

fmj, hangin their, maybe they grow up one day!
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Yeesh! I didn't need to hear that...She's 18 and counting!
(I like the "I signed an 18 year contract" bit, though...totally swiping that! )

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Yeesh! I didn't need to hear that...She's 18 and counting!
(I like the "I signed an 18 year contract" bit, though...totally swiping that! )
i'm almost 50, never had kids, but that was funny!
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I've posted pics before, but for a dedicated thread here it is.
Bought used and modified for re-loading. Less than $100 invested in bench itself, very sturdy!
GREAT looking bench! the Firearms-Talk Sticker adds the finishing touch!
Now I know EXACTLY what to do with mine!

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OK kids, as promised. My little area in the dungeon. Its a (re) work in progress. i was mid way thru the cleaning/organizing detail when i couldnt take it anymore and decided to throw out some .44 mags yesterday for my scouting/fishing/shooting trip tues. I live in a 100 y /o home w/ wife and 3 kids. The only space i have to make "my own" is a corner in the basement. I could move out to the garage but i fear our humidity, weather extremes, and moisture created by my salamander would be counter productive.



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DAMN! Do i know how to kill a thread or what?!?!

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DAMN! Do i know how to kill a thread or what?!?!
LOL
I'm sure you didn't kill the thread!
Nothing wrong with your set up, looks a lot more organized than what I had before I decided to build a dedicated bench!
As long as the finished product goes "bang", and you enjoy building them, that is all that matters in the end!
Re-loading benches are always a work in progress, they're never perfect!
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OK you guys. I'm shamed into posting photos of my cave. When the wife and I built this home ten years ago I dedicated a three car garage to be my workshop and reloading area. The house is one hundred feet long by thirty six feet deep, one story and the western end is partitioned off as a garage and shop area. The "front" 24 feet by 36 feet wide is a three car garage and the "back" twelve feet is a hobby shop where my gun safe and hobby benches are located. Here are the unretouched photos of my reloading setup not including my powder magazine and primer storage which is inside the house where the temp and humidity is controlled.

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