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  • Where do you reload?

    This is my bench.Messy as usual but everything is where I like it.Lets see some pics of you fellas setups.



    The other end of my bench



    Powder and die storage on the opposite wall away from little hands



    Extra storage for trimmer collets,cleaning hardare,shell holders and etcetera on this wall and the old computer me and the kid get online with sometimes on this wall..









    "He who fights with monsters might take care, lest he thereby become a monster; For if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you." - F.Nietzche
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    I posted pics of my benches on the "What Press Do You Use" thread. This is one of my "storage areas". Actually, it's a hall closet I've taken over because I needed more room. It's just a few steps away from my reloading room, so it works out nice. billt


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    • #3


      I don't really have a good pic. It's a extra room that I built a bench around two walls in a L shape. It's my reloading/computer/tv/boys room. I even get to have my ownchair, sometimes.




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      • #4


        I load in the garage, on a tiny little bench. We don't have a lot of room right now, and it's easy to move the bench out of the way. Powder charging gets done at my desk. All the dies, powder, little tools are kept in a cabinet. And there's a couple boxes of other stuff scattered here and there.

        Nice looking kitties Rob. Do they help with the reloading?


        "Get off your computer and go load some ammo"

        Welcome to California. Press 2 for English.

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        • #5


          Nice set-ups guys.

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          • #6


            I load for a couple of rifles.:thumbs:


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            • #7


              Bea175, I bow down before the greatness of your loading bench. I would not be worthy to sit and load at such a wonderful and marvelous bench. So do you figure just about all cartridges are covered there?

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              • #8


                Holy cow Bea, if you get one more cartridge to load for you're gonna nead a bigger bench. One with some elbow room. Looks like you've got ALL the cartridges covered already though. :wink:
                "Get off your computer and go load some ammo"

                Welcome to California. Press 2 for English.

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                • #9


                  bea175,

                  I see that you have an old style Rockchucker, as well as one of the newer ones. How do they compare? Any difference? billt

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                  • #10


                    Hey guy i have loaded for just about every standard round at one time or another. I purchased the old Rockchucker in 72 and it is still going strong. I purchased the Super Rockchucker because it is easier to load for the Long Ultra Mag and Wby Cases with the bigger opening . I got rid of about 15 sets of dies thati didn't load any ammo for anymore . I like to have all the corners covered. It is better to have it and not need it that to need it and not have it.:thumbs:
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                    • #11


                      bea175,

                      Thats why I purchased my Redding T-7 Turret Press. I like the large amount of ram travel, and the unobstructed opening at the front. The Redding is very massive and resizes the big belted Weatherby Mags. with ease. It the only turret press that I would consider. I put a magnetic base on it with a dial indicator and could detect zero "spring" when I resize big belted cases. billt


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                      • #12


                        Hey bill,thats a real good looking strong press.I`ve been eyeballing em in Midways catalog..
                        "He who fights with monsters might take care, lest he thereby become a monster; For if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you." - F.Nietzche
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                        • #13


                          Timberhozt,

                          I am not sure if you realise, but your pics are not coming up. I am guessing they were hosted at Hunt101 and were "culled" when they had a re organisation a few months back. I lost all my pics hosted there too; its seems they were deleated with out even a warning or explanation.

                          I now use the free hosting service over at Jesses Hunting and Outdoors:

                          http://www.jesseshunting.com/forums/


                          You need to sign up as a member of the Forums and then the "Gallery" but the service is free, easy to use and reliable..much more reliable than Hunt101 ever was...there is also no limit at the number of pictures you can upload either...

                          Regards,

                          Pete

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                          • #14


                            Hey Pete..Thanks for the heads up.I didn`t know it was down.Yup.it was a hunt 101 pic I think.I`ll get a new one up soon...:thumbs:
                            "He who fights with monsters might take care, lest he thereby become a monster; For if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you." - F.Nietzche
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                            • #15


                              Got em fixed up..Trusty ole Photobucket.com never lets me down...:thumbs:
                              "He who fights with monsters might take care, lest he thereby become a monster; For if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you." - F.Nietzche
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