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Looking for reloading table

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by ansvel, Jun 10, 2010.

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  1. ansvel

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    Hello,
    What table do you use for reloading? Mine is shaking and I need something more stable..
    Let me know if you sell some craft table. I live in Toronto. Thanks.
     
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    I made mide from a solid hardwood door. It is attached to the wall in the back and has 4x4 legs in the front. Solid as a rock!


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  3. senior smoke

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    Over the years anytime I needed a reloading table I went to the Salvation Army store in my area. You will find alot of different type tables, benches etc for a few dollars. Considerate it, you will get a good buy and help a good organization.
    Steve Balistreri
     
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    try this:

    http://www.shotgunsportsmagazine.com/downloads/bench_plans.pdf
     
  5. SonoraMike

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    or this one:

    http://accurateshooter.wordpress.com/2010/02/27/build-your-own-reloading-bench-with-free-plans/
     
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    Old heavy desk from a resale shop. Cut a hole in it for the shells to drop to a bucket through 2" PVC. Nice thing about a desk is it usually has drawers. If you need more than one or two reloaders, it's probably not big enough.
     
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    Sam's Club has a heavy maple butcher table type work bench that I feel is perfect. Been using it for a couple years now and am very happy. I think they go for $230.
     
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    This is phase one of my reloading room. I had extra cabinets laying around the shop and so I put a set together. On the last trip to this home, I brought over most of the reloading presses and installed 4 electrical outlets over the backsplash.


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    I bought the one at Sams also. It is really a lot of table for $200, thick laminated hard maple butcher block and the metal frame and legs are very heavy duty and secure. Best deal I ever made. In fact I plan to buy another
     
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    Very nice! I do not ask about $ you spent..:)))

    Thanks to the rest for advices!
     
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    My MEC Hydraulic is mounted on the simplest of all rigs. I had a well worn and no longer wanted computer desk that could be had the cheapest of office stores. It was equipped with a small shelf under the right side and I mounted the machine over that and poked a hole for spent primers to drop into a contaner. Next was to use a door knob drill bit to make a hole in the top to the left of machine so I could mount 4" PVC pipe with suitable connections so that final shells off the machine dropped into the pipe and ran through to a cardboard box on the floor. I considered this item to be temporary but it's served so well that the temporary life has lasted now more than 15 years. I see no reason why it won't remain my main loading bench till I quit all clay games.......breakemall.....Bob Dodd



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    Standing up? I agree with tigman46 but when the pump is doing all the hard work and all I'm doing is feeding shells and wads, sitting is mighty comfy.......Bob Dodd
     
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    I got two of the Sam's Club benches and made one.

    Hard to beat the Sam's Club bench and sets up in about 30 minutes.

    Don Verna
     
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