Reloading Bench Photos

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

  1. Caveman Jim

    Caveman Jim Well-Known Member

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    All of their products are very nice set ups. It’s an amazingly simple design and Dan is a great guy to deal with (his shop is in Oregon. :cool:
    The lights are a tad bright for me, I like being able to see powder in the case more easily. I shield them with a small piece of poster board and tape when I’m loading to take away the brightness.
     
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    Caveman Jim Well-Known Member

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    When I decided to build my 10’x12’ reloading/gun room in my shop the first major decision was to insulate it to the HILT. I framed the walls with 2 x 6 and
    2 x 8 in the ceiling, used spray foam in every joint and electrical insertion then I stuffed as much Eco Bat insulation (commercial stuff) in the wall cavities. It stays between 60-64° in the summer with no AC and between 54-58° in the winter with a small heater on a timer to run one hour twice per 24 hour period.
    I store all my powders, primers in there in wooden boxes.
    If I could restart this project I would change only one thing, the size, I’d built it BIGGER...:p:p:p
     

  3. Caveman Jim

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    The only sad thing I see in your work space brother is the electrical outlet.. It looks like it’s weeping...:p:D:p:D
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    I figure if I can find things it is set up properly. Love the mutt too.;)
     
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  4. AgedWarrior

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    I am considering adding insulation this spring, but it was too much to add on when we had just moved in this summer and I had more projects than I could keep up with for a couple of months.
     
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    In the not too distant future it will have a fridge plugged into it to plug that sad look. Man's gotta stay hydrated.
    The faithful flea bag loves all the attention he can get as does the son's pig dog.
     
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  6. Caveman Jim

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    Yes indeed, I have a full sized fridge/freezer in my shop because hydration is life.;)
    Love our fur babies too, they make life worth living.:D

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