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Lets see what your reloading area looks like. What shelves, containers, etc are handy to have?
 

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not one for posting pictures but I got an old metal teachers desk with all the drawers in it. works really well for reloading and storing powder and bullets and all the supplies I have.
 

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Here is my bench. I built it a few years ago. I bought the lumber for the bench but was able to recycle the cabinets and drawers from a few work projects.

 

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Ca Lunker said:
Here is my bench. I built it a few years ago. I bought the lumber for the bench but was able to recycle the cabinets and drawers from a few work projects.

Nicely done.
 

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When I finished our basement, I made a separate room to keep all of my reloading and hunting "stuff." Here's my reloading area. The main bench is 8' long, made of 2x4's with 3/4" plywood on top. I built a smaller bench where I resize my cast bullets and put a small table on the other side of the main bench to hold two additional shotgun loaders.




 
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