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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; I don't reload at present, but you guys have me leaning in that direction......

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    I don't reload at present, but you guys have me leaning in that direction...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtD View Post
    wow! You should have a sign that says "Abandon all hope, ye who enter here." (joking of course)
    this makes me anxious looking at it ! LOL

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    Here's one I built a couple years ago....
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    I'm almost done buying stuff for my reloading bench

    Hope I get the pictures inthe post. My wife bought me the Dillon650 for my birthday. Then8 months and a other $2000 I just about, almost,kind of, sorta have almost everything I need. Ok ok I'm lying, I not any where near thru. Are reloaders ever finished adding---"just one more gadget honey,I swear I'm almost done!"
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    I'm pretty stoked, just about done with my reloading room. I've been waiting a long time to get this project finished. Nothing real fancy but at least it's clean and organized now.

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    Here's my reloading bench set up in my basement. The table is a really sturdy offering from Home Depot for only $70. Impossible to beat and rock steady for my single stage lee press (I own the Lee Breach Lock Challenger kit)

    I currently reload 300 AAC blackout, .380 and .45 ACP. I have plans to expand to .223 and 9mm soon.




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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.

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    Thanks for posting your pics, AND for explaining how you put together your bench. That is darn clever.

    I had a good bench setup (for metallic cartridge), till one of the movers screwed it up. Some of it can still be used, but there is not enough room for my shotgun shell presses. I had thought of buying another bench, but I have a number of workmate things on hand, and that might be the way for me to go, too.

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    I built a simple, cheap bench in my workshop. Works well enough.


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    There are some awesome setups no doubt. A buddy of mine and I are just starting to get into the reloading for our main ammo selections. My setup is minimal, but functional and a work in progress. Some of this stuff is hard to find these days.

    Anyway, thanks for the inspiration folks.. My Simple work in progress loading setup.


    One things for sure... One day down the road, my loading bench will look like my computer desk..
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    Here's my current set up. Mostly recycled pieces and works for now but will be building a new one soon when I get a progressive press..

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    Yes a Barn Find. Guy I got it from got it off a Military Base in the 60s. Said they were upgrading. Upgrading? This is a 400 lb Tank. 2" thick Maple top to boot.
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    Yes a Barn Find. Guy I got it from got it off a Military Base in the 60s. Said they were upgrading. Upgrading? This is a 400 lb Tank. 2" thick Maple top to boot.

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    My setup. I only reload two calibers at the moment, but that's changing to three in a couple days.
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    I've since added a little shelf and more accessories.

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