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Lets see your reloading table ..

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by jdhog, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. jdhog

    jdhog Member

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    Hi Guys lets see what type of table you have your reloader set up on .
    There are many of us out here , and we can learn from others , it will be
    nice to see others .
    Thank you guys
    James Droster
     
  2. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    A complete shot, and a pic of my ingenious primer catcher for my MEC 9000s. A small piece of copper pipe goes through the table top to guide the primers. Now I only have empty primers 3-4x a year, as opposed to 3-4x a day.
     
  3. Allen-MX8

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    Here is my loading bench with my Redding Press and MEC 9000G, etc.
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    Allen
     
  4. GW22

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    Before Catch Drawer:


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    -Gary
     
  5. grntitan

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    I have a loader addiction......
     
  6. Laserwizard

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    Here's my setup.
    Hornady Lock-n-load on left, RCBS Rock Chucker in middle, MEC 9000E on right.



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  7. amboy49

    amboy49 Well-Known Member

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    You guys are way too neat. I think mine has lots more "character."

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  8. jdhog

    jdhog Member

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    Those are all great tables and you guys are the best for sharing with us , keep them coming learning alot from the great pic,s .
    James Droster
     
  9. deadnout

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    now thats a mancave amboy49
     
  10. Shooting Coach

    Shooting Coach Well-Known Member

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    What Amboy said. Your benches are disgustingly neat. The right side of my bench is pretty neat, but the left side needs a little attention. LOL
     
  11. Shooting Coach

    Shooting Coach Well-Known Member

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    Leftovers from my Commercial Manufacturing ventures. I like to load a lot and load fast.
     
  12. APrice

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    Matt, I love the re-finish you did on the Pacific.
     
  13. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    Thanks APrice. I wanted to keep it original but I couldn't find a baby blue paint close enough to the old Pacific blue without having it custom mixed. So I decided on the Bronze Hammer-Forged paint. The pic don't do the paint justice. The old Pacific DL-300 loads damn good too. The dealing with individual primers sucks though as it was before the primer feed system. I have it set up for one specific load and use it occasionally.

    I liked the color so much I did my 366 in the same paint.
     
  14. GW22

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    grntitan:

    You could sandblast that cheesy paint job off the 366 and start over.

    -Gary :p


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  15. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    LMAO......you got me.

    Gary,

    And it's still in the same container in the same spot as when I took that pic. I gotta get busy. The season is just around the corner and I just bought components.
     
  16. GW22

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    Quit slackin'. Just mask it, spray on some Red Rustoleum and pop the parts in the oven on low when the ol' lady ain't home, LOL.

    -Gary
     
  17. dale58

    dale58 Well-Known Member

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    Nice setups guys, making me want to get back into reloading. Dale
     
  18. ric3677

    ric3677 Well-Known Member

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    You guys are all way too neat. Sick individuals.

    Rick in MT
     
  19. PapCharlie

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    My Gun Safe...


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  20. Setterman

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    Coach, I like your architectural task lighting.
     
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