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We're all moved in to the new house so I decided it was time to build a solid loading bench. Built outta 2x4's and 2x6's. Weighs quite a bit. Very sturdy. Got the press mounted to it so all that's left is to start loading!
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Yep that isn't going to fall apart anytime soon.
 

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Tommy's techie did good..;):D

Yep, I believe that one will do the job.

Looks good too.:cool:


good loading.


Jim
 

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Good deal Savage. I built 1 back in the 90s that was a regular workbench out of 2x4s and had a 3/4" plywood top that weighed a lot and worked great for reloading,yours should be around a real long time.
 

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Thanks guys. There's over 50 feet of 2x4 in that thing. That weight will come in handy when loading .30/06
 

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Thanks guys. There's over 50 feet of 2x4 in that thing. That weight will come in handy when loading .30/06
Hah. You got that right. The bench I use was not intended to be a loading bench. When I size .270 Winchester I have to clear the bench of loose stuff.

Ah well, another project I probably won't get to.
 

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When do you expect from a techie? Nothing but the best!!!! What can't that kid not build? I can only sit here and be envious and say congratulations on a job well done. Slap up (oops wrong wording) design some shelves in there some place to hang a few items and go to work. Job well done!!!!!

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