The ReLoading Room!

schwabdog

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I've Been Wanting To Do This Since I Was A Little Kid!
Any Way This Is Going To Be My Reloading Room

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i only just started it,
ill keep posted once all the guns and all the eqwip is in
 

25 Otter

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Cool! I like it. Mine is my second home. Warm,dry and quiet. The kids know the rules. NO ruckas in the coop. They are welcome anytime and my oldest daughter has loaded a few 25/06 rounds. So long as they keep a lid on the bickerig everything is fine.
 

schwabdog

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Some progress on the room

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Thanks for the replays every one, my computers not working ATM and working of my phone... Much more to come

Any one got any good ideas!

^^ could some one pleas rotate the pic :(
 

lever-hed

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That is swweeet!! Nice cave!

Television?
Stereo?
Lounge couch
..when I do all my chamfering & primer pockets it helps to sit infront of the TV.
Water source?
Fire exting.
Buffet counter (haha just kidding!)
Good overhead lighting
Good Ventilation.
… any of these sounding good!

So far , so good, man!
 

schwabdog

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That is swweeet!! Nice cave!

Television?
Stereo?
Lounge couch
..when I do all my chamfering & primer pockets it helps to sit infront of the TV.
Water source?
Fire exting.
Buffet counter (haha just kidding!)
Good overhead lighting
Good Ventilation.
… any of these sounding good!

So far , so good, man!
id say yes to all of them lol
 

Reloader222

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When using the conventional bar type scale it is good to have a shelve at eye level which is not attached to the bench but attached to the wall to prevent any shifting around. I specifically like the lots of shelves for dies sets, bullets etc. Preverably no florecent light when reloading with an electronic scale.
 

schwabdog

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When using the conventional bar type scale it is good to have a shelve at eye level which is not attached to the bench but attached to the wall to prevent any shifting around. I specifically like the lots of shelves for dies sets, bullets etc. Preverably no florecent light when reloading with an electronic scale.
i use the Hornady electronic scale works really good, and i to love a heap of smal shelves
 

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