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    Reloading Setup's

    Where the magic happens.....

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    The "Man corner" of my garage, currently set up for shotgun, switch back to metallic closer to the hard antler.........................
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    Got kicked out of the spare bedroom when the 1st baby arrived... Good enough reason to build this (and as you can see, I don't have anyone nagging at me to keep it clean...)




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    Shifting it in a couple of weeks to our new place. The wife thought I would just leave it at our old place...

    Couple of additions when we shift will be the old Pioneer/Wharfedale stereo we are replacing in the house, and the little beer fridge that no longer required in the new place either... I'll be a pig in shit then!
    If it's not a first round hit you need to practice more

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Claw View Post
    Shifting it in a couple of weeks to our new place. The wife thought I would just leave it at our old place...

    Couple of additions when we shift will be the old Pioneer/Wharfedale stereo we are replacing in the house, and the little beer fridge that no longer required in the new place either... I'll be a pig in shit then!
    Just just need a bunk and some stick mags, and you'll never need to leave

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    Not as tidy as you lot but it gets it done....when I get the time.

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    i have just finished this i got sick of moving stuff so i could load so got a full time bench built bloody handy to
    cheers john
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    Whats with the red circle's in ya pic Gav, Is that so you do'nt forget where you put stuff

    Heres my set up not the best as it doubles as a work bench, but it does have a decent sound system & a place to sit my beer :grin:

    Shoot it, root it & then BBQ it !!!

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    G'Day Fella's,

    Here is an image of my re-loading set-up!
    Bit of a mess hey! Crap every where!!!

    It has had a bit of a tidy up since this image was taken and I also have a bullet trap beside the bench.
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    From left the presses are an RCBS 4x4 progressive, a Dillon 550B, a Redding Ultramag, a Redding Turret and a MEC 650 seedgun press.
    All the different colored plastic boxes above the bench top, are for cartridge cases. there's a Yellow and Blue box for each different rifle cartridge.
    all the fired cases go into the Yellow boxes.
    When they have been resized, they go into the Blue boxes ready for loading up (the Three P's, Primer, Powder and Pill)
    The Clear and Blue colored boxes on the left, are for pistol cartridges.

    Doh!
    Homer
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    Impressive setup there Homer!!!
    DONT BE A FOOL INDENTIFY YOUR TARGET BEFORE YOU PULL

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    Its an old photo Philpo, not even how its setup now, I dont even have those presses now. Just put it up till I cleaned up the bench now and took a new pic
    If its guns, tits or tyres it's going to cost you lots of money

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    Not got a breakpress setup get crzy?

    PM me your address and I'll stop in when I'm over.

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    Heres mine.

    Beer fridge, computer with internet and speakers/radio Bench, and storage, its also where I play cards and store all my stuff





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    Why do you have a Mosin and a Lee-Enfield hanging on your wall?

 

 

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