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Wish mine looked that good. I keep my press and table in a shed outside. also have my blullet casting stuff out ther too for better ventilation. Moved all the dies, powder scales, powder measures, bullet sizer/luber and other stuff in a storage bin inside the house. Only take out what I use now.
 

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Mine got taken down when the "stuff" started to overtake the gun room. Just gotta get phase II finished and the presses and tumbler return to action.
 

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Wish mine looked that good. I keep my press and table in a shed outside. also have my blullet casting stuff out ther too for better ventilation. Moved all the dies, powder scales, powder measures, bullet sizer/luber and other stuff in a storage bin inside the house. Only take out what I use now.
I know what you are saying, over the past 35 yrs I have had mine in a lot of different places, only in the past 15 yrs have I had progressive presses. My brother-in-law comes and uses these too. We usually leave one set up for 45auto because we load them most, and the the other one for the other calibers. We have had a lot of enjoyment with this hobby.
 

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I'm doing .30-06 now for the old man. His favorite rifle is a Remington wood master. Mine is a Ruger mark2 m77 7mm mag Remington's cartridge. I've got Lyman's expert kit. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1362262728.101853.jpg
With a few extra components. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1362262875.122094.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1362262899.247291.jpg
 

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Kind of a mess right now, but I do so enjoy this spot a lot.
At this time I only reload 7 calibers.
.223 rem,.38 spec,.357 mag,.9 mm,.44 mag, .44spec,.45 LC

Pics , better late than never.

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Jim
 

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Heres a few of the pics of my reloading bench. These are when I first started reloading a couple of years ago. I have since added the second bench, which is to the left of my reloading bench, to have more room to work on my guns and have a better place to spread out when I am reloading.
 

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