What does your reloading bench look like

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  1. GCSOA38

    GCSOA38 New Member

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    I just started reloading about 5 months ago. This is the first bench I've built, I think I'm off to a good start so far.
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  2. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Looks good to me. I like my Hornady progressive. How do you like yours?
  3. GCSOA38

    GCSOA38 New Member

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    I love mine so far. I've had it for about 6 months now. Had a few hiccups in the beginning...esp with the priming system. I did break a small primer shuttle, and an indexing pawl the first 2 weeks i had it haha. But once all that was adjusted it has ran smooth ever since.
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    nice LNL, just need a pool ball handle!

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    Think Germany after we carpet bombed it for over a year.
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    Time to update, still adding. Did load a box of .270 I'll try this weekend.

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  7. aa1911

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    made some shelves for one section under my benches, now I've got most of my brass organized where I can rifle through it easier and save some space.

    pink medical tubs were free, don't laugh.

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    and made an organizer for my powder drop tubes that my dad made for me recently:

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  8. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Hey 1911, what are the brass tubes for in the bottom pick? Also, nice setup.
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  10. 76Highboy

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    hee hee hee, Highboy's tastes musta subliminally forced me to choosing to use pink tubs!

    going to add either some verticle supports in the center or run angle iron accross the front to keep the shelves from sagging over time. I think I might do another section with just one shelf for two rows of milk crates, got tons of those too.
  12. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    But you did not answer my question. What are the brass tubes in the pic?
  13. aa1911

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    ah, those are drop tubes for a Belding and Mull powder measure which is all I use for single stage reloading, it's very accurate. This many tubes can allow me to leave some set for 'pet' loads if I wish.
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  15. hstout1143

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    Getting close, all I need is the materials.
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