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Old April 16th, 2017, 01:54 PM   #16
 
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Wow Pampurrs I am impressed very nice reloading station in a compact efficient design I like it very much!!! A few questions for you, your reloading table is this also from the same company?? My reloading press is a RCBS Rock Chucker setup I am wanting to tear apart my current reloading table and get something else. Do you work out of your home then your reloading setup is in your home office??




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I just added a little safety feature above my basement reloading bench, specifically above the powder shelf. I keep both smokeless and black there. I sleep a little better at night now.
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Wow Pampurrs I am impressed very nice reloading station in a compact efficient design I like it very much!!! A few questions for you, your reloading table is this also from the same company?? My reloading press is a RCBS Rock Chucker setup I am wanting to tear apart my current reloading table and get something else. Do you work out of your home then your reloading setup is in your home office??
If your referring to the small table to which the plywood is affixed, I got that from Harbor Freight. The actual loading bench is made of a 2x4 sheet of 3/4 plywood. The plywood is bolted to the small Harbor Freight table, plus attached to the wall studs with L brackets to keep it stable.

Yes, I work from home.

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I like inlinefabrication.com. My RockChucker sits on one of their stands. Makes a world of difference in operation and space savings....
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The plywood is bolted to the small Harbor Freight table, plus attached to the wall studs with L brackets to keep it stable.

Excellent idea!

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The L brackets then fasten to wall studs works great to stabilize things. My setup is like this but I am in my unfinished part of my basement. My bench has wood supports screwed into my reloading table & wall studs to stabilize things. I purchased a portable table that offers a wider stance between the table legs. I have since taken a 4x8 foot sheet of plywood cut two pieces the same size & glued & screwed together with wood grabber screws. Sealed & painted my work top. Now fasten to my table with
carriage bolts. I keep telling myself to remove my Rock Chucker press & bolt it down to my portable table. Maybe run some rifle brass through some full length resizing to see how stable my table would be!!!
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You've got some great tools there, and set up well. As a 60 yr old, I appreciate the lighting. Congrats to a fellow Arizonan!
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So neat and clean....nice !
I wish I had inherited some neatness DNA....my spot looks like it is inhabited by some
Pack-Rat with a serious hoarding problem. I get it all clean and neat....then at night the messy fairies come out and disorganize me all to heck and back....I hate them!
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