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Unread 05-02-2009, 09:11 AM
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"Newbie's" reloading bench is ...

... is portable. It's still work-in-progress but is fully functional.











Just de-primed, re-sized 100 once fired .300 WM brass and felt like a little kid with a new toy . Ahhh, my new hobby!

Whatcha think?
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    Re: "Newbie's" reloading bench is ...

    Congrats, it is a great hobby/necessity. It looks very functional, be careful though, if you fill that entire box with reloading stuff (you'll get that much over time), you'll hurt your back trying to lift it

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    Very nice...

    Blueprints needed
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    AJ,

    Thanks for the fair warning.

    Pretex,

    Sorry, I have no plans. Innocently enough, it all started with a 3/4"x18"x48" table with folding legs ... then just built up/around it as new ideas comes.
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    Nice set up.
    As soon as you can afford it get an RCBS 1500 Charge Master Combo.
    You will love it.
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    Re: "Newbie's" reloading bench is ...

    Quote:
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    Nice set up.
    As soon as you can afford it get an RCBS 1500 Charge Master Combo.
    You will love it.
    I second that!
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    Thanks ... will start saving for it.
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