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Discussion in 'General Reloading' started by Martin Rage, Aug 28, 2010.
I really need more room... pesky small house!
you have plenty of room. what you need is more stuff, then you need more room..JK
Pull some posters off the wall and put up some shelves or cabinets. Plenty of wall space there that can be used.
Loving the Guiness sign!
Like Kaybe said, pull some posters and put up some shelves. I know you like your posters but the space would help. P.S. where did you get the Johnny Cash?
I got the Cash poster years and years ago back in junior high, but here is a link Finger-Johnny Cash Large Music Posters :: Large Music Posters :: Music Posters :: Rock America.
but yea I am going to have to build some shelving, I really wish I had a garage I could use.
Not for reloading you don't. I went down that road one time.
I just use these cheapo put together shelves. they work ok for powder and lighter stuff
When I was stationed in Germany I started reloading in the kitchen. Wednesday and Sunday nights the kitchen was mine. Then I'd put it all back into a box and put it away. So consider yourself lucky !! Shelving is a great idea !! Also, they make those stackable drawers (like on your bench) on wheels. That could help keep things tidy.
shelving, some peg board, and maybe build a drawer underneath the top of the desk. Not hard to make extra places to sit stuff in space thats already their.
I like the gun rack/hangers!
Woo Hoo I scored a big azz Steelcase office desk yesterday for my reloading room. I was in town and a RV repair/parts place was going out of bussiness and had a bunch of office furniture by the curb with a FREE sign on them. Man I loaded that puppy up and now gotta get it down the hall and into the Man Cave. Some of my storage problem soled plus an anchor for another press. Do I see Blue in my future?
I don't need more room...I need more supplies!
Reloading benches, like tool boxes and tackle boxes are always too small. Anything put in them will expand to fit all available space...
I have enough rooms, they just aren't big enough.
Seriously, you can put up the shelves, then get a piece of 1/4" plywood or something of the sort and a pair of hinges. Put a door on the front of your shelves and hang the posters on the door.