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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Paul Dunagan, Oct 24, 2012.
Just would like to share my Reloading Bench made from white oak with walnut trim
I think I would have wanted a bit more counter space (I often load in fairly large quantities), but that is one beautiful piece of furniture! Very nicely done, and a real shame to hide it away in a basement or garage. That should be out in the living room!
The Cabinet is not attached to the butcher block top so additional counter top space could be added.
Well it looks great, regardless.
Yes, I'm jealous!
FTFY: Fixed that for you.
Fantastic lookin' work bench! I'd be afraid to use it... and if my wife saw it, she would probably confiscate it to use for her sewing and the like.
all I can say is NICE
Very nicely done for sure!! Did you build it yourself or have it built or ???? Regardless, it is very nice.
Built every thing except the Butcher Block Top it came from Grizzley the basic cabinet plan came from Woodsmith Feb-Mar 2010 Issue just added 2 inches to the depth and made a double cabinet for more room. The base idea came from a woodworking bench
additional drawers could be added later. Took about 8 weeks in spare time. I was reloading on my wood working bench and got tired of having to retrieve every thing each time so I just created a home for reloading. Materials ran about $790.00
Well I'm jealous... I'm stuck using a piece of G1S plywood on the kitchen table. No garage or basement here.
Nice wood work there... looks spiffy!
very awesome craftsmanship
Real nice! Did you build it yourself? I tie flies, and that setup would almost be perfect for me.
Yes, built every thing except the butcher block top it was cheaper to get from Grizzley than build. Built from white oak with walnut trim the only ply wood is the drawer sides and bottoms.