Reloading Bench Photos

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by Olympus, Sep 23, 2011.

  1. Rifling82

    Rifling82 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    My problem has been family members passing away, no one knows what to do with the stuff so it went to my shop ..... Last year I had enough, didn't tell anyone, just loaded up 3 loads on my trailer and it all went to the dump
     
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  2. OLD Ron

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    Where I went wrong was buying estates of other peoples stuff . I have made some great buys & made good money selling . Problem is the things that are to good to toss out . I usually give that type of things away to others that can use them . A fun thing to watch is setting up a table with stuff on & put FREE on it . Note : Have a sign that says not the table ! just what's on it . ( can loose a table & have things on the ground if that sign isn't up . )
     
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  3. Caveman Jim

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    I should have plenty of storage space and the top cabinets are painted metal so going to glue the 1/8th inch board to the doors. I'll also cut some in smaller pieces to place on the wall cabinets & the safe for reminders. I have rolls of adhesive Velcro. :D
     
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  4. Caveman Jim

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    This was my initial reloading area...A bit drafty in the 24'x30' room.:p

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    Then I added a Lee turret press with a lot of accessories.:p

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  5. Caveman Jim

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    Good for you.
    I'm about to that point Also you've inspired me and just this morning I gave fair warning if stuff is not picked up in two weeks "Max", it's getting sold or dumped.
    Some of the stuff, like Ron mentioned, is too good to throw away & will be set out by the road with a free sign nailed to a tree.
     
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  6. OLD Ron

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    Let us know if they take the tree ...... pictures of the one trying that would be good too !
    :p
    I am doing what I said ...... cleaning & sorting . ( A slow job )
     
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  7. Caveman Jim

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    Will do, I have the 0-six aimed at the tree from a hide in the spare bedroom. :p:p:p
     
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  8. Rifling82

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    Warning? Heck just do it and ask for forgiveness later
     
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  9. Caveman Jim

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    :D:D:D LOL
    I'm going to give them a chance to buy back their stuff they stored in my shop for years:p:p:p
     
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  10. OLD Ron

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    Once it is gone Jim ..... never look back . ( same with women )
     
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  11. Caveman Jim

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    I must not be too smart then, still with the original model...:D:D:D
     
  12. Rifling82

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    Here's my soon to be reloading room, framed in a corner of my shop IMG_20190521_184314961.jpg
     
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  13. Caveman Jim

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    Nice job sir, I did the same but went bigger (10x12).
    Caveman loves a white room for important stuff like reloading and gun building. :cool:
    Almost like a butchers room for important stuff like dissecting venison....:cool:
     
  14. OLD Ron

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    That is going to be a handy addition to your shop there . For me to find that much space here ..... I would need to put a tent in the yard ! :p
     
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  15. Rick1967

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    I just got my reloading room back! My mother in law needed to live with us for the last 6 months. So I have been in the garage. I decided to build a new bench to celebrateI am a pretty serious reloader. I haven't bought a factory load other than 22lr in years. 20190610_180648.jpg
     
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  16. Rifling82

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    Looks good Rick!
     
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  17. Caveman Jim

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    Very nice bench there, it looks like it is sturdy enough for massive .50 BMG loading!!!;)
     
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  18. Caveman Jim

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    I know this is an old thread but this is my thoughts also, clean room for all RELOADING, outside in the WW area is set up for my two Thumbler vibratory tumblers and all case prep supplies along with a small oven for wet picked up range brass. ;)
     
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  19. Rick1967

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    Hmmm, I might need one of those.
     
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  20. Missouribound

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    Nice, simple and neat. You are giving me hope for a spot in my garage.
    But I think mine needs to be a cabinet type.....
    someday.
     
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