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Old 06-24-2008, 02:44 PM
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Let's see your reloading bench

I'm getting closer to getting everything i need to reload, and it's time to start building my bench. So post up some pictures of your reloading bench/set ups to help me with some ideas. And if you have any, include any tricks or tips that you did on your set-up that you think are helpful. I can get lumber pretty easily (read - cheap ) so i was planning on using a couple glulam beams for the actual bench top, but I haven't made it much past that. Thanks in advance,

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Old 06-25-2008, 08:55 AM
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Here is a couple of my set-up.

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Keep them coming guys....I want to see too. I am in the process of trying to get new cabinets and benches built for my reloading room.
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I know, way to clean for a reloading bench. But, it is in the guest room, so it needs to stay picked up.

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It is getting to where it needs an overhaul! built it out of 2X12's and it is stout! 5' wide, 3 1/2' deep, and 3' foot tall. Also have storage underneath tables surface with a couple drawers and such.
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It's all I'm allowed room for. Tight but functional.




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Old 06-25-2008, 06:46 PM
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I started out like Jmason until a few years back. I found this site and a few thousand dollars later...Sinclair Intl' loved me for awhile. The bench (not pic) continues around the wall and contains all my powder measures and trimming equipment. I kinda went all out and went with red oak and a few coats of poly.
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