Re: Reloading Bench
I needed portability in my bench, since it is stored in the laundry room, but used in the kitchen/breakfast area, so I used a steel router table leg set from Rockler, added plywood top and two shelves, and their HD locking caster set. It is small, but I have access to all four sides, which helps a lot (especially access to shelves below). The casters lock both the swivel and the wheel, so they don't move at all when locked. Rockler has different length stretchers to make any size up to 4x4 (larger with multiple leg sets). I mounted my Co-Ax on one end, and a bench vise on an opposite corner. I plan on adding folding leaves to extend the work surface too, but have not gotten around to that yet. I have most of my dies and reloading tools/gadgets stored on it, plus a fair amount of bullets and brass stored on the bottom shelf, so it is really heavy, and does not tip at all.