Let's see your workbench / reloading bench / shooting areas!

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Re: Let's see your workbench / reloading bench / shooting ar

Post by Ready.Fire.Aim » Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:50 pm

My reloading setup.
Dillon 650 for 9mm. Permanently mounted. I had the base cabinet built for reloading, all of the plywood was doubled to stiffen it. It has extra braces under the press. I shoot a lot of 9mm through submachine guns.

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RCBS single stage for everything else. I have it mounted on a piece of plywood that I C-clamp to the top. Normally it stays in a closet out of the way.

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Re: Let's see your workbench / reloading bench / shooting ar

Post by Maryland_Shooter » Sun Oct 21, 2012 10:18 am

Working on putting the mounts today. Aluminum I-Beams, enamel paint, oven cured.

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ETA: Added Pictures of Progress

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Re: Let's see your workbench / reloading bench / shooting areas!

Post by TITAN308 » Sun Aug 21, 2016 10:18 pm

Still setting up equipment, but this is basically a renovation of my entire setup.

Home Depot's brand of Husky works great for this kind of stuff. I especially love the new mobile work station (right side) they came out with as it has an adjustable top. You basically hand crank it and the wooden top goes up to an addition 12". Great for standing while you reload.

The only thing I sourced used was the cabinets on the wall came from a dental office. They were white so they had to get some TLC and a fresh coat of paint.

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Re: Let's see your workbench / reloading bench / shooting areas!

Post by plant.one » Sun Aug 21, 2016 10:33 pm

wow that looks snazzy!
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Post by TITAN308 » Tue Aug 23, 2016 7:22 pm

plant.one wrote:wow that looks snazzy!

Still don't have everything attached yet, but yea - being able to stand and work on loads instead of having to sit.

$350 well invested IMO. Plus more than enough storage for dies, bullets, and any other number of gun related equipment.

Plus my Lyman stuff matches in color. :lol:

For anyone whos interested; http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-52-in- ... lsrc=aw.ds

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