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  1. #691
    Marksman

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    Quote Originally Posted by STFU View Post
    Not in the reloading room yet...still in the garage until the finish cures completely but here's a few of the new bench I built.
    https://1drv.ms/f/s!Aot1KbgqZ2qgkeVxIHwCaPk-06lryQ

    https://1drv.ms/v/s!Aot1KbgqZ2qgkeVyPN0xRmyyLik6Gg

    You did a fantastic job. Looks nice and very sturdy,when you have it set up post more pictures. Oh I am jealous

  2. #692
    Sharpshooter

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    Quote Originally Posted by STFU View Post
    Not in the reloading room yet...still in the garage until the finish cures completely but here's a few of the new bench I built.
    https://1drv.ms/f/s!Aot1KbgqZ2qgkeVxIHwCaPk-06lryQ

    https://1drv.ms/v/s!Aot1KbgqZ2qgkeVyPN0xRmyyLik6Gg
    What are the metal slats in the top for?

    Love it. Wish I had the time to develop those woodworking skills.

  3. #693
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    The T-Tracks are there to provide flexibility and quick change capability.
    Mine are the heavy duty track that supports 3/8" hex-head bolts.

    I can throw my press on one end, my vice on the other, and still put other tools/clamps in the center.

    Some "ideas" came from here but I modified track locations and number of tracks to better suit my requirements.
    https://youtu.be/9hgmeIh75nk?t=280
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4hrNT-sZl8
    Stamp collecting is fun!

  4. #694
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    between work, shooting 5 or 6 matches a month, and the (seemingly never ending) "honey-do" list I havnt had much time to get anything done. made a modification to my SDB primer catcher, and spent part of a rainy sunday building a new working table in my reloading room.
    all scrap lumber and an old office chair I had laying around..


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  5. #695
    Plinker

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    I put each one of my reloading presses on 3/4" plywood squares. My wooden benches had predrilled holes equally spaced. Made the plywood with matching holes. Used 1/2" bolts. Frees up bench top. Adapted for 3 Dillon presses-550, 650 with Strong mounts, a Super 1050. and two Ponsness Warren Shotgun presses. When not in use, they are under the bench or on a shelf.

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