Lets see your reloading bench

inchr48

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Loading up some .223 Rounds for my Savage 11G.

Varget, 25 gr. and up, Hornady V-max 55 gr.

Way too many coyotes sounding off to let them slide.

Old Pacific press (now Hornady) from the '80's. Hopefully still does the job though.



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sidepass

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[attachment=57864:loading_area.JPG][attachment=57865:loading_area_2.JPG][attachm
ent=57866:loading_area_3.JPG]Was going to hold out until I got my basement space reorganized. Also addind a counter area for more stuff.
 

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Just built these cabinets and counter top. I will be mounting a Berry Manufacturing rifle vice on the counter in the next week or so.

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okeybug

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This is my reloadng setup in my garage. As you can see, I like Dillon and RCBS quite a bit. I have my Dillon 650 set up for 9MM and I use my Dillon 550 for 44 Mag and .223.
 

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Forgive me please. I put the wrong picture twice after first posting.
 

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Just getting started. Wanted to include my grandfather's flag and Arisaka he took from a Japanese soldier he killed after clearing a machine gun bunker in Peleliu. Means a lot to me as a Marine myself. Sorry in advance for the crappy cell phone pics...



Had to move the fishing rods to the ceiling since I could no longer use the wall... Condos.... uggh.



My new gun safe...

 

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Heavy Duty 3 x 8 ft. loading bench is heavy enough to allow storage for loading tools, components, and loaded ammunition. Top is constructed from 4" Bull Pine bridge timbers and has a replaceable 3/4" exterior plywood top. Built over 30 years ago, and still using the original top. Top surface is 44 1/2 inches from the floor. Bonanza Co-Ax, Lyman Crusher, and Hornady ProJector are mounted for use. A 1/2" aluminum plate Bullet Storage.JPGDie Sets in Tool Cabinet.JPGUnder Bench Storage.JPG into the bench surface is drilled and tapped for various tools offering quick change if necessary,Reloading Home.JPG
 

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Sawfish, looking good, making me a little jealous. I’m just glad I get to sneak over to my friends house and make use of his bench. Limited on space in my 800 sq ft condo, afraid the bench will be a dream until we get a new spot!
 


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