reloading tables

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by hkusp1, Jun 27, 2009.

  1. hkusp1

    hkusp1 TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    i would like to get a picture thread about reloading tables because im fixing to build one and need some inspiration, would also like to know the materials used to make a solid reloading table.:icon_popcorn:
     


  2. Bullseye Shooter

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  3. PopsXD9sc

    PopsXD9sc Active Member

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    Looks like the same one that is listed in ABC's of Reloading. Online version is cheaper than buying ABC's of Reloading. What a deal.
     
  4. baboon

    baboon Well-Known

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    My frame is built along the guidelines of the one in the PDF file.
    http://www.shotgunsportsmagazine.com...ench_plans.pdf
    I chose not to make it as tall or long as I am limited in space. Did not add the back storage as I wanted the light from the widow.

    My top came from Builders Square ( that should give you a clue to it's age) & was on another set up that used a Black & Decker workmate.

    My RCBS Rockchucker is off right now, but mounts to the right of my Dillon.

    This is a very sturdy set up. My old bench on the Workmate walked all over the place when resizing .308 & .416 Remington mags.

    The magnifying light it very handy & I suggest everyone adds one to their set up
     
  5. Gungle George

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    I rooted around at a few flea markets and found some old kitchen cabinets and counter top for really cheap (20 bucks). Then I made the top shelves out of 1x10's and screwed then to the counter top. Lots of storage and shelf space.
    I don't like storing powder and live ammo in the safe for saftey reasons in case of a fire so I have more shelving to the left of the bench for that as well.

    GeorgesOffice001.jpg

    Cheers,

    Gungle George
     
  6. rl69

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    reloading bench 002.jpg

    reloading bench 001.jpg
     
  7. micah7488

    micah7488 Member

    rl 69 that is one clean workshop. very nice
     
  8. GM.Chief

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    Some very nice set-ups....now I really have tthe itch to start getting into reloading. Too bad there's not enough components. Oh well, I'll keep saving my brass for now.
     
  9. wshbrngr

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    Here is my humble setup:
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    I recently completed this bench for my mancave.
    The top is 2 X 12's wrapped in 2 X 6's, using 2 X 4's for supports and legs.
    So far it has been a pretty solid bench.
     
  10. Texas42

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    You can really tell the people who are neat freaks.

    I try and keep my table clean and organized. . .cause you know dealing with gun powder and explody thinging around my hands and face kind of push me to be careful, but I really have to work on it.

    btw, I'm really jealous of you people that can reload with air conditioning.
     

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