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    Senior Member Strewth's Avatar
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    Nice bench! Maple top? The stain really makes it pop. I like the shelf underneath, enough room for your knees, and a great place for bulky stuff.
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    Looks very nice, too clean but nice. Good thing i can't post pics as some would be scared after looking at my mess i work from.

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    That's a nice piece of furniture great work! As for mine and a few others they're down there in page 4

    http://www.gunownersofcanada.ca/show...eloading-bench
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    He put's that sh** on everything ( The Hot Sauce, I couldn't resist!) In the process of getting my new out building modified this spring & summer. Then I can move out of sun porch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory McCanuck View Post
    Very nice!
    New benches are so cute, all neat, clean and orderly

    I'm curious about your press, a Comet or Pacific?
    Will it work on both the up- and down-stroke?
    Rory McC.....

    That kinda/sorta looks like a Redding "C" press, from what I could see. I've got one of those, mounted up about 12" away from my Rock Chucker. I use the RCBS for sizing/decapping because it's built like a brick outhouse with good leverage available - and the old Redding press for bullet setting/crimping because I found the Redding doesn't like to have the pressure applied to the lever that I can put on the RCBS unit when working straight wall rifle cartridges (i.e. Marlin 444), so I use the Redding for lighter duty work.

    It's nice not having to mount/dismount dies multiple times in the same press, and really saves time by reducing the pick-'em-up/put-'em-down process).

    I use both presses on my 3-die sets too, like my .444 Marlin cartridge reloading - with the expander die in the Redding.
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    I've started running two single stages to speed things up as well. For now I'm limited on basement space and the 'workstation' is a B&D Workmate. It's actually not too bad, I clamp my MTM gun maintenance stand in the jaws for cleaning and servicing, then a piece of plywood with a strip of 2x2 on the bottom (to fit in the vise) gives me a reloading work shop. Extra wood clamps on the back end of the plywood for heavy lever work on the press.....

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    My corner of the basement started with an old door

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    I need a clamp on adjustable lamp
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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    I need a clamp on adjustable lamp
    Something like this is very nice.
    http://www.leevalley.com/en/wood/pag...96,43349,56768
    Great for inspecting brass or working on tiny things. Maybe not so important for you now, but give your eyes another 20 years and you'll really appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    I need a clamp on adjustable lamp
    I bought mine at princess auto it also has a large magnifying lens for these old eyes

    http://www.princessauto.com/en/detai...mp/A-p8217697e

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