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Was looking at the photos I posted of my reloading bench and decided I needed a new one (new top).
All the presses are mounted with t-nuts under the bench top so all I have to do is remove the 2 or 3 bolts holding the press down and its off.
 

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If you read my bench thread you know my reloading activities have moved into the house and occupy part of a bedroom that is now an office/library/reloading room. I had enough materials left over from building my bench to make a roll-away powder and tool cart. I've been storing some extra powder in a small Stack-On metal cabinet and needed a place to keep that along with a tool chest for reloading and gun tinkering. I came up with the idea to make a roll-away cart that could handle both and tuck it in beside the bench when I wasn't using it. I think this will work out nicely given my space limitations.









It was a fun little woodshop project at any rate and a pleasant way to spend my Saturday.
 

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Nicely done Sam. That'll do just fine. You might eventually outgrow it but maybe not - depends on how your interest develops in the reloading game. My new bench isn't much wider than that from the looks of things.
 

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Thanks Waveform, I just might grow out of my bench. I have been enjoying this reloading bug I seem to have caught. I’m sure It’s just a matter of time before I’m reloading other calibers.
 

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OK...my son and I started a YouTube page and I'm not looking for subscribers here, but this is a video that shows 4 very different reloading rooms with 4 very different people. Feel free to take a look. It's about 28 mins long, but who knows, maybe people can get some ideas.

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Very interesting video. Those homemade arrows are amazing, they must take hours to make.
 

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Very interesting video. Those homemade arrows are amazing, they must take hours to make.
Thanks! He's been doing it for years. He's made 2 longbows and only shoots traditional. He made a bow back int late 80's...then went out and killed a deer with it. These are my only friends. I keep my circle small.

The basic point was to show that a reloading bench/room can come in many forms and have many purposes.
 

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Nice set-up, EugeneNine.
Yours is the perfect example portable and affordable.
 
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