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    The organization is in the loaded shells XD. Doesn't matter what the production line looks like as long as you know were everything is. About the only thing that stays organized for any length of time is my electronic reference library and electronic notes.

    I am glad i took that picture. i have been looking for those calipers for three days.... forgot i tossed them on the 308 brass ben while reloading .357 mag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle333 View Post
    Now there's what a working bench looks like. And believe it or not, I know where EVERYTHING is.

    (and that's a Diet Dr. Pepper in the can holder)
    only problem I see is it's DIET Dr. Pepper
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogedy_Man View Post
    I'd excuse a messy bench if your leg wasn't chopped off. Holy moly, man.
    Thanks! I will show off my new leg! Carbon fiber...hi-tech stuff! LOL!

    "Pardon me whilst I adjust my accrutiments." (Daffy Duck)

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    I built my bench when I moved into my house in 1985. It has gone a few modification but it is still the same. I can find what I am looking for in about ten minutes.
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    High speed-low drag!

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    My bench is 20x48, But im going to make it twice as long. However, thats all the space I can squeeze out. Not counting my casting that I do in my wood shop now.

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    Here is mine from last Saturday, I did move the stool out of the way to get the photo.

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    As it sat this weekend:
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    Bonus, now with more Green Machines!
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    Just finished up 45acp and getting ready for 9mm.

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    A work in progress but this is my corner
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    I couldn't load in that space; nowhere to lose stuff. Seriously, very nice!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by darrondb View Post
    As it sat this weekend:

    Bonus, now with more Green Machines!
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    Do you have any of your Green Machines running & do you use them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OS OK View Post
    Do you have any of your Green Machines running & do you use them?
    Greetings,

    I have two of them running (both 38 spls) and two are just spare parts (one in 38 and one in 44 spl). I don't really use them, just more of a project/novelty. I do all my pistol loading on my 550s. I like complicated mechanical devices and the Green Machines fit the bill pretty well! Here is a thread about bringing my first one back to life: http://castboolits.gunloads.com/show...tempt-thereof)

    Edit: I see that you've already commented on that thread. Carry on!

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ID:	218143You asked for it. The altar where I am at peace.
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    Some of yall's reloading rooms are bigger than my apartment.... and more organized. Call me inspired. Now i want a two story 5 car garage when i grow up. Top floor is for reloading and bottom floor is the workshop. With a side door patio for smelting and a dumb-waiter to haul my lead to the second story.
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    If I did post a pic you guys would cry for me. Well the roof let loose and so did the ceiling over the end of my bench. It is currently holding up a big bucket to catch water and I am currently looking at a 7 day forecast of rain. Got a tarp on the roof at the moment water is not coming in at this point.

    Oh I wanted to add this. Some of your benches have more items then most of the gun shops in my area. Looks great guys.
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    This pic is a couple years old but not much has changed. There are 3 more presses stored under the benches, I use a home made socket and plate system to mount tools/presses. I've moved all my stuff several times and I tell myself I'll get it organized this time but it never happens.
    I like checking out all the different ways folks go about doing the same thing, making bullets.
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    Mines more of a slow moving mass.
    It is so clean at the moment that Iím pretty sure the top is made of wood.
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    This is probably why I like simple hand tools to reload.
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    Donít some of you folks ever do anything?
    I know were everthing is.
    Except if I just put it down for a second
    Iím gunna get it all cleaned and cleared away one day.
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    Finally! A bench that looks remarkably close to mine.
    If you are like me, you know exactly what is on that table and can find it with just a little digging.

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    Barrabruce, that is about the raunchiest reloading bench i've ever seen!

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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