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Old 12-06-2011, 01:55 PM   #41
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But any place you can reload is good and any number of firearms is better than none.
Agree 100%.
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Ok here goes. My father in law and I just got done finishing out his man cave/ reloading room. It's a tough shed clone that we did the insulation and Sheetrock in. From front to back we have a hornady L&L AP, Lee classic turret, and RCBS Rock chucker. Next step is adding a RCBS Chargemaster combo for rifle charges. :-)



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Looks great.

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Thanks, pretty high praise coming from you. I'm really anal about cleanliness and organization so I can appreciate your set up as well. I forgot to add that the bench in the back right will be the gunsmithing area and we just have mount the vice. :-)

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Thanks, pretty high praise coming from you. I'm really anal about cleanliness and organization so I can appreciate your set up as well. I forgot to add that the bench in the back right will be the gunsmithing area and we just have mount the vice. :-)
Thanks. I have found that the little extra time it takes to keep the benches organized and clean pays off in time saved when you dont have to search down the tools you need. Another plus is that a clean bench and floor will only eat about 10% of the small parts that fall and are never found again. Again, it looks great and I am sure you and your father-in-law will spend a lot of special time together in there.
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Jetgirl: "The top has holes drilled where I bolt my press and powder measure."

And a fine powder measure it is too! I bought mine new in '65, when did you get yours?

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Ok here goes. My father in law and I just got done finishing out his man cave/ reloading room. It's a tough shed clone that we did the insulation and Sheetrock in. From front to back we have a hornady L&L AP, Lee classic turret, and RCBS Rock chucker. Next step is adding a RCBS Chargemaster combo for rifle charges. :-)



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looks great! very organized and excellent use of the space. and i agree that keeping things organized and clean makes it much easier to work. mine gets dis organized from time to time and i will take time just to clean up and reorganize things when i start a new project. hope both of you enjoy it.
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Thought I would add mine here. Made it myself from scrap lumber

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Its not much cuz I'm just getting starting but here it is

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Got the idea from jetgirl, so I bought a Black and Decker Workmate. I wanted to see one set up first, but no one in town had one. So, I had to order one on line. I got the 225 Model. It is heavy duty enough, however, I C clamped the front top piece down to the frame to make it a bit more sturdy. I then just c clamped my press onto the top piece and went to reloading. It works great and I have no trouble full length sizing or case forming. I now life in an apartment so I need something compact and this is it.
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