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After wifee poo vacumed up a few primers and they poped (according to her it was a terrorist attack) I was banished out to the grage to do my reloading.....this is the shelfs and bench set up I use when not useing the Handpress. The ammo boxes are my loaded ammo.....for a hobby that is "saveing me $$" I sure seem to spend enough of that saveings on dies, powders, and primers :):p
 

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Reloading bench

This is the bench I made and the best part is that the total cost was absolutely zero! I got all the wood from work. Except for the top, its all redwood and all full dimension 2x6 for the frame and 4x4 for the legs. Every joint has that Gorilla glue with screws. I bet I could take every screw and nail out of it and it would be strong enough to use.
If I could keep my house as neat and tidy as the reloading bench!
 

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One thing I did on the bench was to put strips of 1"x2" wood to hold the loaded cases. It works out great because each one was made to hold 50 rounds to the 45 degree cut. 60 rounds to the end of the wood. Makes it super easy to see how many are loaded at a glance. I also put masking tape on the bench with info on the load, powder, case, etc.
 

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Nice set ups guys -- I will photograph the loading room I have just imagine a 10'x12' room heated and air conditioned with an 8' bench on one side holda dillon 650, lee progressive and a rcbs rock chucker. the scales are digital and the shelves are 8 feet high by 8 long and they are packed with supplies
 
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