Originally Posted by tEN wOLVES
Hello Terry P
I like your sanctuary this is what I'm looking to achieve in my shop, I like the way you have everything arranged, and put away, everything is where you can see it and get your hands on, you even have a trophy wall, this is just my kind of place, hopefully I can get mine to work as good as yours. Thanks for sharing this picture.
I try to keep it neat as I feel that is the best way to avoid mistakes in the process. The old bench used to be just a work bench and the whole area evolved into a reloading area once I took it up. Funny how that happens. The bench with the metallic equipment is covered with the bench tops they sell at Home Depot. They are supported underneath with side by side 2x10 (Can't remember if it's 10's or 12's as I'm where it's warm and sunny and not in NH) ledgered and braced to the wall. It gives good solid support. It is high enough to stand and I also have a stool with good back support. Underneath the bench are more shelves for brass, empty boxes, shotshell components etc. Behind it (out of the picture) there is a large open shelf that was made to hold individual coffee mugs for the employees of the company I retired from, that I salvaged from a building that was being demo'ed. It was made in a first rate manner so I use it to store the loaded ammo by caliber on one side and you name it in the other 65 or so spaces on the rest.
Use your own ideas and adapt it to your needs as you develop your own area. The main thing is to be safe first and have fun at a great hobby.