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Beladran said:
drill press for a case trimmer??? omg you could trim 20 mm cases with that
:lol4: Good point. It was on clearance at TSC. Beats the heck out of holding on to a hand drill.
 

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Them are some mighty BIG wrenches for working on guns....... :)

DANG..... My bench doesn't have a computer on it. Nice addition... (Reload a few rounds and make a few posts on MSGO). :)

Reloading bench made of all 2x4s. Good idea... 2x4s are easy to work with. Is the bench stable (does it wobble any)?

You DONE GOOD.......... You should be PROUD.

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SubGunFan said:
Them are some mighty BIG wrenches for working on guns....... :)

DANG..... My bench doesn't have a computer on it. Nice addition... (Reload a few rounds and make a few posts on MSGO). :)

Reloading bench made of all 2x4s. Good idea... 2x4s are easy to work with. Is the bench stable (does it wobble any)?

You DONE GOOD.......... You should be PROUD.

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The only wobble is from a low spot in the floor. I've framed a shelf area under the table, but haven't put a sheet of plywood on it. I think it took 15 2x4's and measures 27 deep x 66" wide.

The computer was there because I was "working from the home office" :suspect:
 

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Looks like a good setup ... easy to get around on ...
 

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Few men and no boys could have done a job that good! Congratulations. How do you like that turret press?
 

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Few men and no boys could have done a job that good! Congratulations. How do you like that turret press?
Its a Hornady LNL AP Press. I got it used and have been fixing some broken parts on it. I used it to decap and resize about 1000 223 cases and it was fast. I was just about ready to crank out some 9mm when I found a broken primer guide rail bracket.
 

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Like the laptop. I think it's a great idea to have a computer on hand in the reloading area. Excel spreadsheets are a good way to keep up with your load data and record testing results. Paper copies get cluttered and confusing.

Nicely done.
 
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