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How to build a reloading bench your wife won't mind having in the house

 
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Old 03-17-2012, 11:31 AM
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Re: How to build a reloading bench your wife won't mind having in the house

That is sweet and much neater than mine...........This thread reminds me how lucky I am with three reloading benches in the living room and a wife that says. Think you need another one? Can we afford it? Then why don't you just go get it? Angel in disguise. Thanks for the reminder.
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Re: How to build a reloading bench your wife won't mind having in the house

very nice!!

Dads are great aren't they
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Re: How to build a reloading bench your wife won't mind having in the house

That is awesome and may have just provided the inspiration I needed to come up with an in house reloading/gun working set up
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Re: How to build a reloading bench your wife won't mind having in the house

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That is awesome and may have just provided the inspiration I needed to come up with an in house reloading/gun working set up
Great! Glad I could help inspire you! Dad even went a little crazy and provided me w/ soft-close hinges for the doors (coolest freakin' thing ever)! Actually, give him a call and tell him what your looking for. I'm sure he'd make whatever you want.
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Re: How to build a reloading bench your wife won't mind having in the house

Very , very nice - but you need more stuff
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Re: How to build a reloading bench your wife won't mind having in the house

Jon,

That's a very nice and neat set up. My Dad owned some guns but really never into shooting or hunting ... but sure miss him very much.

Thanks for sharing. Enjoy your time with your Dad. Cheers!

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Re: How to build a reloading bench your wife won't mind having in the house

That is nice and compact. I get a kick out of you 'young'ins'.......

When you get to be my age, you try (in vain) to grow some hair on your head..... and at your age, you cut it off........

I see the lower cabinets have wheels but the press is fastened to a shelf. Is the shelf physically attached to the wall? Presses move around, depending on how much effort you exert in resizing. Hopefully, it's firmly attached.......

I believe I'd add something smooth below. Dropping components like priners or small parts on carpeting can be a PITA and we all drop stuff, ocassionally.....
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