Reloading bench

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Re: Reloading bench

Post by JimTom » 20 Jan 2019, 6:30 pm

The final product.
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Re: Reloading bench

Post by JimTom » 20 Jan 2019, 6:32 pm

Gaznazdiak wrote:Top work JimTom, well done mate. :thumbsup:
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Thanks mate. :drinks:
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Re: Reloading bench

Post by Ziad » 20 Jan 2019, 8:08 pm

Yep you need a 2nd table.

I need a 2nd table and another cupboard for projectiles and a third cupboard for powder....lol.

And another safe
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Re: Reloading bench

Post by JimTom » 20 Jan 2019, 8:10 pm

Yeah mate I agree. It’s never ending.
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Re: Reloading bench

Post by wanneroo » 21 Jan 2019, 6:33 am

Looks like a nice bench Jim.

I started reloading sitting in an uncomfortable chair in a cold uninsulated barn with a Lee Hand Press. Then upgraded to a prefab Chicom wood table. Now I have an insulated barn with heat and two new benches that I am working on getting going. Hopefully will have it sorted in a few weeks.
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Re: Reloading bench

Post by JimTom » 21 Jan 2019, 7:24 am

wanneroo wrote:Looks like a nice bench Jim.

I started reloading sitting in an uncomfortable chair in a cold uninsulated barn with a Lee Hand Press. Then upgraded to a prefab Chicom wood table. Now I have an insulated barn with heat and two new benches that I am working on getting going. Hopefully will have it sorted in a few weeks.


Nice mate. Sounds like it’ll be more than adequate. Would be interested in seeing a few pics of your setup once you’re sorted.
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Re: Reloading bench

Post by wanneroo » 21 Jan 2019, 10:54 am

JimTom wrote:
wanneroo wrote:Looks like a nice bench Jim.

I started reloading sitting in an uncomfortable chair in a cold uninsulated barn with a Lee Hand Press. Then upgraded to a prefab Chicom wood table. Now I have an insulated barn with heat and two new benches that I am working on getting going. Hopefully will have it sorted in a few weeks.


Nice mate. Sounds like it’ll be more than adequate. Would be interested in seeing a few pics of your setup once you’re sorted.


It's getting there. I'll try to remember some photos at some point. All the reloading benches are in place, but crap is piled up on them, just need to organize that and it will be a nice space. The barn got extended and then the old half got rebuilt so it's been a constant mess of construction dust and moving stuff around since Oct 2017. Construction is done just need to finish off getting stuff in place where it belongs.
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