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Let's See Your Reloading Bench

This is a discussion on Let's See Your Reloading Bench within the Reloading forums, part of the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics category; Just got a Lee Pro 1000, will have to mount it between the Loadmaster and turret press this weekend....

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    Just got a Lee Pro 1000, will have to mount it between the Loadmaster and turret press this weekend.


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    My little apartment reloading bench. It's quite messy now.


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    I have (2) Two Benches!!!....

    ..this is my 25th year of reloading....I have (2) 8 ft. long by 20" deep benches...

    I suppose I enjoy reloading as much as I enjoy shooting!!

























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    My reloading stand

    Here is one I made. I wanted it to take up very little space. Plus it had to be strong and not tip over easy like what I have read about with the
    Frankford Arsenal model. It works like a champ.

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    Let's face it, you only shoot so you can reload some more....

    Very nice setup.
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    Here is mine... yes, I know it's a mess, I load about 200 rounds a week to feed my shooting addiction!
    The G30 is the gun I load the most for since it is my EDC...
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    Here is mine still a work in progress just starting out in reloading! maybe one day ill aspire to be like Carbon..lol
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    I'm envious of these work spaces! I'm using a portable bench that I have to disassemble and stow away each time I'm finished.
    Some of your work areas are the stuff my dreams are made of!

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    Very nice. Ditto what Invisible said.
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    ..thanks fellas....remember the good 'ol days when primers were under $10 for a 1,000......

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbonMatrix View Post
    ..thanks fellas....remember the good 'ol days when primers were under $10 for a 1,000......
    sadly no...when i started they were probably $20-$25 :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbonMatrix View Post
    ..thanks fellas....remember the good 'ol days when primers were under $10 for a 1,000......
    You are old! That was the early '70s. FWIW, I remember those day, as well.
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    Ok Mr. Peabody let's get in the Way Back Machine. How would you like to go back to these prices? A can of IMR 4320 and 4064 from late 1960's early 70's vintage. And yes the powder is still quite usable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff F View Post
    Ok Mr. Peabody let's get in the Way Back Machine. How would you like to go back to these prices? A can of IMR 4320 and 4064 from late 1960's early 70's vintage. And yes the powder is still quite usable.
    is that the pound price?

    Good gravy... its 10 times that amount now!
    There is something about firing 4,200 thirty millimeter rounds/min that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razor02097 View Post
    is that the pound price?

    Good gravy... its 10 times that amount now!
    yeah, I wish I could remeber those days. Funny thing is, the powder probably costs the same, the dollar is just worth less. Possibly soon it will be worthless. lol

    In the 1800s you could buy a top quality, custom tailored suit for an ounce of gold, still can today. Dollars, not so much.

    I say we drop the dollar and make ammo the new currency. I could retire. lol
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