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 Post subject: Re: Post your pics of your reloading setup Lets keep this go
New postPosted: May 16th, 2015, 9:04 am 
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My little ghetto setup, almost everything is from something else lol!


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 Post subject: Re: Post your pics of your reloading setup Lets keep this go
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Updated pic. I'm actually using the Super Swage again. I have a new .223 reloading process thanks to the link storage_man posted in another thread with the primer pocket gauge. Best reloading tool ever. If it doesn't fit, it goes in the swage bucket. If it fits, I check it for no-go and if it clears, it goes in the prime bucket.

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 Post subject: Re: Post your pics of your reloading setup Lets keep this go
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Nice pics of reloading setups...


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My setup: Dillon 550. Mainly load 9mm, .223, 7mm rem mag, .45 acp and 30-30
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Very clean set up! Guns and guitars!


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Spyguy wrote:
Very clean set up! Guns and guitars!

Thanks! I love both equally!


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Hornady Single Stage, and AP


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Got to love Hornady!


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 Post subject: Re: Post your pics of your reloading setup Lets keep this go
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My Reloading Bench Story Continued....
I decided to share with everyone the evolution of my reloading bench. Back on May 26, 2011, I posted a picture to this forum my reloading bench and a short story. Since then, I've added a few modest upgrades and felt it time to share a new picture of my reloading bench. The biggest change is it moved from the garage to our spare bedroom which now doubles as my reloading room. What was I thinking of reloading in a hot garage during the Arizona summer? Now I can reload year round! So I am posting the original picture along with an revised 5 years later one.
Enjoy.


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Finally got it cleaned up, so that I can see the counter tops again.

It will get ugly again. I assure you


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Nice set up, but it looks like your safe is sitting on a water heater pedestal. It's always best to anchor safes to concrete.


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west-phoenix-az wrote:
Nice set up, but it looks like your safe is sitting on a water heater pedestal. It's always best to anchor safes to concrete.



That safe is on a SOLID CONCRETE little slab there. I poured it myself. It's SOLID concrete wrapped in Hardee backer board

Safe is bolted to the concrete slab, as well as the walls behind it.

Hinge side is opposite the wall to discourage pry bars on the door side.

Nothing is perfect, but I did the best I could at the time


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