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    Platinum Member tomd999's Avatar
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    Default Re: Ammo Reloding Bench?


    I've built a few benches for people after they see mine. I build them for standing height for the user. I make a 2x6 box the length required with studs every foot, lag it to the wall in at least 4 places, marry step 2x4's for the legs, 2x4 and 2x6's glued and screwed to the box top for the subtop, cabinet grade birch or maple 21/32 sheeting for the top layer glued and countersunk screwed down.

    To mount the presses, I use Dillon/RCBS strong mounts bolted to 2x2 3/4" maple cabinet sheeting. I have a oak 2x2 rail against the wall and the sheet fits under that and I clamp it on the front edge. This way I can clear the bench top for various projects when needed.

    I'll try to get a pic or 2 and post them later,

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    Veteran Member dusty3030's Avatar
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    JD 4120, 400x loader, bucket, bale spear, pallet forks, grapple


    All my work and reloading benches are standing height and I have bar stools around for when I want to lean or sit.

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    Veteran Member Bigfoot62's Avatar
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    W. Central Louisiana
    JD 5085M; NH TN70A; Ford 2600

    Default Re: Ammo Reloding Bench?

    I have one that I built and another bench that I "re-purposed." The used bench is about a 8' section of bottom kitchen cabinets. They work great. The bench that I built is the same height, but has a doubled plywood top with a little more overhang. Both have doors and shelves for storage. Both are very cluttered, too.
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    Gold Member 204saskman's Avatar
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    Kelliher, Saskatchewan, Canada
    Montana 2844R Hst

    Default Re: Ammo Reloding Bench?

    I build my self a couple benches now. My most recent houses my rcbs jr 2 and rock chucker. I made mine from scrap wood the last few time. Its mainly 2x4s from my reno project. Ill post some pictures tomorrow tomorrow for you to have a look.
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    Warrenton MO
    JD4100 Hydro

    Default Re: Ammo Reloding Bench?

    Mine is a steel framed, wood topped work bench from Sears. It's standing height, but I have an adjustable height stool that I use for metallic reloading. For some reason I prefer to stand when loading shotshells on my Mec 9000.
    Shouldn't you be at work?

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