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    Thought I would show my current bench. My wife and I are renting a very small 2 bedroom flat while we wait for our house to be built. Space is at a premium and I cant set up any where permanently so here's my solution. Thought it may show guys that want to get into it or try it you don't need a state of the art bench or amazing garage. This system works well, if it's cold or raining I put on some music and start producing or if it's sunny I use the table outside and listen to music and drink beer while I am reloading
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    Thanks for showing us your man corner Viper. We look forward to seeing your expanded version when you get you place built. What part of town are you going to be moving into. One of those nice areas out past the beetle paddocks in amongst the pines?

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    Haha, nah got a lake side section at Pisa Moorings, looking straight over the lake and up the Dunstans, can't bloody wait, your a long way away to know about this area mate.
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    My Reloading Hut in the backyard well away from my house, so no problems with powder storage.

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    Thought I already share mine but I will do again before I move house next week...

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    the bulk of my gear is kept in a shipping container . . powder, bullets, dies and assorted hunting/shooting stuff

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    the actual reloading gets done here, a bit tight for space but good enough for the time being .. . R
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    Quote Originally Posted by rossi.45 View Post
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    the bulk of my gear is kept in a shipping container . . powder, bullets, dies and assorted hunting/shooting stuff

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    the actual reloading gets done here, a bit tight for space but good enough for the time being .. . R
    You can listen to the old wireless while reloading.....classic
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    @264luvr that's a great looking little cabin, we have recently spent time in the Pacific Northwest and yep it green with lots of big trees loved it. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermastor View Post
    @264luvr that's a great looking little cabin, we have recently spent time in the Pacific Northwest and yep it green with lots of big trees loved it. Thanks for posting.
    Only the sign comes from Oregon got it a few years ago when I was up in Oregon, as my wife has family there.
    The hut was here when I brought the property, it's and old Forest Service hut almost like the one I spent 2 yrs living in when I done my Forestry training in the mid 70's, didn't plan to put so many photos on but am just learning how to post them, so will need more practice.

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    Here's my setup
    I'm new to reloading having loaded a few hundred rounds on my mates setup decided I needed my own. Just measuring up bits and pieces
    Using Nathan Fosters book, great resource. Have to mount the press on a bit of 6x2 to be able to put it away so my 3 yr old doesn't Tutu with it. Need to figure out how I'll mount the powder thrower next.
    Awesome to see everyone's kit. I'll get there one day. Currently have 308 and 7mm08 I'm loading for
    Looking to get a load going for 110gr ZMax in the 308. I really find it satisfying
    Cheers
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    @i41do2 thanks for sharing mate. Your right it is very satisfying making up a brew of ammo with everything just right. Good on ya. Your collection of gear will slowly expand.

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    The bench was mostly tidy so I figured it was as good a time as any to take a photo.


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    Recently I purchased some storage boxes with the intent of organising my reloading benches.

    I finally got my A into G and organised my progressive loading bench like so
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    Now I only need to get this shit heap sorted and I'll be sweet again.
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    I have to move this:

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    I'm trying to find mine, it's round here somewhere
    Lucky it's a wet day here going to have a tidy up.

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