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    I've watched this thread for quite a while now and I'm pleased to have a great plan!

    Life circumstances have tossed us around a bit but things are settled now and I'm going to get my reloading stuff set up again but space is very limited. Well I've got a trusty old Black&Decker Workmate that I've had for 17 years and I found a terrific idea online that I will be implementing in the next couple of weeks.

    Here it is... https://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/gu...eloading-bench

    Sorry I can't figure out how to get the pic but the link takes you to it.

    It works for me as I can store everything in a cabinet and when set up gives plenty of room for my needs, and everything goes out of the way when done.
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    I used a swivel base for a boat seat, to mount a Rockchucker so I can rotate it left and right and another boat seat riser for another Rockchucker
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    I don't have any pics of my setup where I am now. I moved from Colorado to here and I had my war room pretty well established out there. I couldn't bring my benches with me so I'm set up on old benches for now but I have room for it, and can work on it over time to make it like it once was...I do have pics of that, my war room as it was in Colorado before moving back east. Here's a couple of it.

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    Just about finished with the bench. Inline fab flush mount on the bench and there storage mount welded to the front leg make a swing away storage system. NOW to dirty it up!

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    bob that is the most unique and good looking reloading bench I've ever seen. I just hate to think what would happen to something that nice in my shop. Getting it dirty would be the least of my worries. Besides one of my daughters would want me to give it to them before I made used it..
    "An ignorant person is one who doesn't know what you have just found out." Will Rogers

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    just got it up and running about 3 weeks ago after my poor reloading set up being in exile for several years.


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    That looks like a nice roomy place! But its way too neat!

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    Another press is in the works I hate working on a cluttered bench flat places are the bane of my existence! Should have taken a before pic lol


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    Most recent rendition of the reloading shop.


    Gun cleaning area on the left, brass sorting and cleaning on the right.


    Cleaning cabinet and misc information storage area.


    One of the ammo, powder and primer cabinets. There are others in various places--never put all your eggs in one basket.


    The present bench. Adding a 650 when we move to the new place next year.


    Storage drawers underneath one of the benches.


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    The most important ingredient to having a functional reloading bench is having a good, understanding wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 18Bravo View Post
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    yours must be very understanding, because she let you have a lot of space. nice!

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    My bench.

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    This is what I currently have. I built the table/shelf combo. This is in the corner of our garage apartment. I am going to remove the shelf on the left, and make a table extension. Then build some kind of shelves above. Not sure if im going to do shelves or drawers or what underneath.

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    My reloading area. Finally got some elbow room.

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    Haven't posted a recent photo of the reloading setup in a while. Took it this morning before reloading some 9 mm.

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    28 feet of wall mounted benches and I still run out of space. Lead pot, powder measures, prep tools, and bullet, case, and extra powder storage are on the other wall.

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    You only need a nice bed for the dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Echd View Post

    28 feet of wall mounted benches and I still run out of space. Lead pot, powder measures, prep tools, and bullet, case, and extra powder storage are on the other wall.
    Very nice.
    Gonna agree with billt.
    Get the dog a nice comfy place to lay down in there.
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    You know, he's a pretty well behaved dog in general but he's never had much use for a dog bed. He carries them around and chews on them but never sleeps in them. It's like a security blanket for him. Normally he sits on the back deck and surveys the yard while I'm in the shop.

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    I see.
    I've had a couple of dogs the same way. Rather chew 'em up than lay on 'em.
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    What is it that this government feels they need to do, but can't do, unless the citizens of this nation are first disarmed?
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Abbreviations used in Reloading

BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check