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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; Here is mine. I build a 10x10 shed, it is insulated and has an A/C. Outside Inside...

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    My Re-Loading House

    Here is mine. I build a 10x10 shed, it is insulated and has an A/C.

    Outside



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    Some pics of my workshop. I do almost all my work here including reloading. Most of the components are stored in the cabinets.
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    Here's my set up for now...
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    This was my temporary place. Everything is in storage now until I get moved next month. This doesn't show my casting setup or all of my presses.



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    its in the process of getting shifted around in the basement. I moved my flytying bench and reloading bench to the opposite corner of the basement...
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    reloadbench.jpg

    Heres my killer set up
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    Re: Let's See Your Reloading Bench

    Quote Originally Posted by velo99 View Post
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    Heres my killer set up
    Is that a gremlin under your bench? Kinda spooky

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    Quote Originally Posted by zacii View Post
    Is that a gremlin under your bench? Kinda spooky

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    My ever changing workbench

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    Hereís mineÖÖso far. Itís definitely work in progress. The room is under our 3 car garage in a new house weíre having built, roughly 650 square feet. Iíve had the Geothermal system run in and itís on itís own temperature zone. Just finished the dry walling and painting last weekend. The vault door came from Sturdy Safeís in CA, and has fire lining, in-swing with a panic button. I'm now moving my reloading gear and setting up, but wonít move the guns/gun safe till we move in. We didn't want folks walking through our current house while we've got it listed with all my "stuff" there. I built the bench around 20 years ago while still in service, it's been disassembled and move 5 times, hopefully this is the last. To the right is the "cleaning" station.

    My wife still doesn't believe that all this fit in a small spare bedroom.






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    That is great! So much room. Never thought about building under the garage. Wish I could do that!

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    AND for GODS sake, get your finger off the trigger until you are ready to squeeze the trigger!

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    Now I'm embarrassed ! Some of these loading benches are so elaborate it's hard to justify showing mine.
    But, since the wife graciously allocated a corner of the kitchen for mine the least I can do is show it.
    It's a bench mate with a 3/4 " pressed wood top bolted to it, ho-made shelves below. Powder and
    bulk ammo stored in my "office". Yeah, I have to move the ultrasonic to another counter-top when I'm
    cleaning brass. Compact but fits my needs and that's the whole idea.

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    your wife allowed your bench in the kitchen.....now that's true love. Good for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybm View Post
    Now I'm embarrassed ! Some of these loading benches are so elaborate it's hard to justify showing mine.
    But, since the wife graciously allocated a corner of the kitchen for mine the least I can do is show it.
    It's a bench mate with a 3/4 " pressed wood top bolted to it, ho-made shelves below. Powder and
    bulk ammo stored in my "office". Yeah, I have to move the ultrasonic to another counter-top when I'm
    cleaning brass. Compact but fits my needs and that's the whole idea.

    RLB 01.JPGRLB 02.JPGRLB 03.JPG
    No need to be embarrassed! Your setup reminds me of a great book that circulated a generation ago, "Nomadic Furniture." Yours is a compact, minimalist approach which gets the job done, and if you had to relocate I bet you could have everything there knocked down and in the car in 30 minutes.

    Just don't let it turn into your wife's secondary spice rack!
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