got my reloading bench done




jmabbott888

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here is more, the top flips up for cleaning gear, & the other pic shows how I can easily switch from press to press or lubrisizer easily.
 

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Here it is starting to load it up, the back is built to hold cans of brass & bullets, on the top shelf in the back is some of the bullet moulds & the presses can be seen on the very bottom shelf. The white boxes under the front shelf are Handloader magazines from 1970 to Present as well as most of my reloading manuals.
 

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I think you need to make a run to the recycling center.

I can't even see my bench right now. It's covered with stuff from rebuilding a chainsaw carb, a model 7 barreled action and various parts, arrow building junk, loose cartridges, paper work... It's nasty.
 

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Not too shabby....hopefully you can keep it that organized all the time.
 

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lol Rancho, all we drink is diet coke or diet pepsi & the cans do stack up. The bench won't stay that way for long, just finished it last night except for a light & a few extras like hangers for cleaning rods & a radio to listen too.
 


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