New reloading/gun repair table

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  1. country_boy

    country_boy TGT Addict

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    I built this nice sturdy table earlier today for my future hornady lnl and gun repair. Anyone wanna guess what is was before becoming a table?
     


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  2. robhillips

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    foosball table?
     
  3. country_boy

    country_boy TGT Addict

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    Nope. I used a old box spring. Its freaking solid. Only had to buy the 3/4 ply wood and metal angle brackets. Had some 4x4 posts laying around. Tomorrow Im building a pistol rack out of hickory mdf and hickory hardwood. Then going to build an upper gun case/cabinet with ammo slots next weekend out of 3/4 oak ply wood and oak hardwood.
     
  4. robhillips

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    Well, I sure would have never guessed that.
     
  5. MadMo44Mag

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    CB that's something I would do! - LOL!!!!
    Hell I go dumpster diving for wood. I can't remember the last time I bought lumber for a bench or shelf project.
    There is a cabinet co. in Dallas that if I need cabinets I call them and they will sell me damaged cabinets for less than the lumber cost.
    Nice job!
     
  6. country_boy

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    Thx. Helps when you work for a cabinet shop.. I use those heavy framing brackets on all my projects they only cost 40 to 75 cents depending on what shape you need. Hardwoods like oak are expensive nowadays.
     

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