where do most people reload?

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  1. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    One place I HIGHLY recommend you reload is any where you can take cover while you are reloading. It's just wise thinking IMO. :D
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    I get chastised for 'dissappearing' into the 'man cave' garage frequently...
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    I have no space currently in the house we are in.I have a block bldg that houses the well and room for storage.After about 10-12 months,I pulled out my reloading stuff to check on it.I was in horror to see that my press,dies,Wilson trimmer and shellholders got severly rusted.It took 2 days to clean w/naval jelly,steel wool,and oil to repair them.Anything stainless was ok.I know keep everything stored in the house.GA. is humid! Joe
  4. Maddmaxx

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    Thanks for the info. Looks like I will set up a spare bedroom.
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    I'm in my heated basement with my Dillon 550 Press mounted. The whole thing works great.
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    I have a spot in the Garage
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    Spare bedroom.
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    CampingJosh Well-Known Member

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    Like George, I have an outbuilding that was going unused. It's now set up as half storage (our house has very little) and half my play room. I have an 8 foot table for reloading and a 12 foot table for gunsmithing and other projects. Very happy with that set up, though I do still need to work on climate control.
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    An unused outbuilding!?!

    Brag, brag, brag... :)
  12. Texxut

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    A bedroom in the basement. That gives me a temp/humidity controlled environment. Good for the supplies and ammo , as well a nice comfortable place to work.
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  14. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    If I had a basement that is where I would reload. IMO that is the best place. The controlled temp and a concrete wall for your bench to rest against. A good cup of coffee and there you have it.
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