What does your reloading bench look like

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  1. mbm

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    Thanks, BE - that's what I'm afraid of!:eek:
  2. jack404

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    finally got organised to remake the temp benches i had stuff on

    heres the beginnings of the new reloading area done today

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  3. BlackEagle

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    So that's what you've been doing...missed you yesterday. :)

    Looking good. Will be watching for the follow-up pics. Great start.
  4. jack404

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    spent today lifting the mini mill and tramming the head ( getting it straight )

    1/2 a day to get it set as the bench was off by a fly's toe , all sorted now but a waste of a day

    its baby moo moo time as the youngest grandie told me

    i've had 15 calves drop the past two weeks so they've been keeping me busy and i've been buying a few poddy's ( calves mothers reject or are orphaned or just sold off )

    and been running round collecting these as well , lots to do to make a buck
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    Jack you do get a whole lot accomplished in a little time. Nice going.
    Enjoy the baby moo moos and the grandie. Do they help with the work?
  6. jack404

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    actually the older ones do, rather proud of them

    the youngest well gotta bad habit of walking under where he shouldn't

    been kicked once ( you know how they push other calves away ?) and messed upon a couple times

    he's 3

    so try to keep him outta it all for now , i've put him in charge of the geese

    they know he's no threat and will take all sorts trash treatment from him
  7. BlackEagle

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    Nothing better than taking care of livestock and other farm-type activity to build character. The kids are learning more than feeding animals from you. Good work.

    A lot of good people come from farm backgrounds.
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    farms really only a 1/2 a day total just spread out and has to be done

    most of my days in the workshop and i'm moving the reloading there as it'll have a view over the yard with the swings and play area where the kids will be when here i'll show it in the morning ( 10pm here now)
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    Cool I'm sure yer grandkids love helpin out on the farm. I know my kids love to help my dad feed when we go visit them.
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    Hey everyone, first time here thought I would show everyone what I have built as of now.

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    All I am reloading now is 6.5jap and 7.7jap, gonna start loading some 40 s&w in the next few weeks
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    that's a good start
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    .40 S&W are easy compared to the jap stuff

    well done !!!
  14. BlackEagle

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    kzink77 welcome to the forum. You have found the place that is full of friends, help, and good fun. If you have reloading questions, this is the right place. Be careful, though; you'll find yourself spending as much time here as you do reloading, eating, and sleeping. It's addictive here.

    You have a great setup there; looks airy, lots of room.

    Thanks for the picture.
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  15. carver

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    Welcome to the forum! That shelving on your right will come in handy in the near future! My reloading bench isn't much bigger than yours, and my problem IS storage! Good luck, have fun!
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