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Old 04-12-2013, 02:08 AM   #221
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Hey Axxe,Nice shed!
But you should've insulated it like I did my new building. It's a big difference from my older building that wasn't.
It was worth the extra expense,and the building heats up in the winter and cools down inside in the summer much faster. When it was in the 30's a couple weeks ago,I fired up one propane heater for about an hour and it was 70* in there the rest of the day. Same way in the hot summer,the A/C will cool it down in a few minutes on low!
Hillbilly, i am giving it some heavy cosideration! at the very least the ceiling.
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Bigjim- looks cool, has a mad scientist vibe

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With the vibratory cleaner running.



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love the poster on the right
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Haha. Yeah. That's the wall motto lol. Just to the right is my project bobber, tis why the bike is on the calendar hehe.

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I'm just getting started. But this is what I have so far.

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Very nice. Looks like it'll be great to grow into then out of lol.

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Old 05-16-2013, 04:20 AM   #229
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I'm just getting started. But this is what I have so far.
Looks more than adequate for the reloading steps. Let us know how the 'tall' compartments work. Looks like you may benefit from some adjustable shelving.

I imagine that you have storage below the bench to take care of the spare media and other bulk stuff.

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Dang. There is some nice reloading benches on here. Gave me lots of great ideas. Unfortunately I won't have permanent reloading location for awhile.

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