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Old 04-06-2014, 04:39 AM   #301
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This is my set up with ammo locker to the left . Single stage press's on a old grinder stand . The bench also serves as a general firearm bench too.
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I'm really enjoying this thread guys. Lots of nifty ideas posted in the pics.

If I have one concern for safety of *some of the benches*.........it is...

I'd think it'd be a lot safer & I'd prefer a bench covered with one piece of 1/16" or 1/8" aluminum sheet or stainless steel sheet , or even just some galvanized ductwork grade sheetmetal .......

to keep powder from filling up any gaps in the bench's gaps between the boards,
*just in case* some powder does happen to be ignited on the work bench.


The metal covering would keep the wood from catching fire. The metal would stand it until the powder burnt itself out. (given it's a small amount) *ESPECIALLY* on those workbenches which are in a room in the *house*.
Just a thought.........
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Good idea!!!
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heres my reloading room/ man cave just got it set up last summer . I reload just a few rounds.44mag, 44special,357mag,38special,9mm,.223,35rem,45 colt long . I started with 44 mag back in the 90s and just last year I started loading for more and more cal.
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heres my reloading room/ man cave just got it set up last summer . I reload just a few rounds.44mag, 44special,357mag,38special,9mm,.223,35rem,45 colt long . I started with 44 mag back in the 90s and just last year I started loading for more and more cal.
I see a Lee turret and a Hornaday powder measure...how do you like that powder scale/measure?
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I like the powder scale it works good for my needs
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My gun safe is in different room I just use that for powder
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I'm really enjoying this thread guys. Lots of nifty ideas posted in the pics.

If I have one concern for safety of *some of the benches*.........it is...

I'd think it'd be a lot safer & I'd prefer a bench covered with one piece of 1/16" or 1/8" aluminum sheet or stainless steel sheet , or even just some galvanized ductwork grade sheetmetal .......

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The metal covering would keep the wood from catching fire. The metal would stand it until the powder burnt itself out. (given it's a small amount) *ESPECIALLY* on those workbenches which are in a room in the *house*.
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Wouldn't static electricity become a problem at that point?
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