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Much too neat. You need some empty shells, oily rags, screwdrivers, wrenches, etc lying on the bench. Also need 20 to 30 flats of ammo under the bench, your shooting vest hanging on the back of a chair, etc. A clean work station is a sign of a deranged mind. LOL. Just kidding. Looks really nice.

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Very NICE, Sprinklerman! I wish I felt comfortable having my guns on display like thst. Even with a home security system, and living in a nice neighborhood, I feel like I always need to keep them in a safe. After all - insurance can't replace the sentimental value. In any case, I'm jealous of your toy room.

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First of all you are obviously a narrow minded trap shooter. Only one reloader ? ! We skeet shooters have to have 4 times as much space since we have to have four different reloaders. Then, of course, are the four different guages of shells, wads and powder.

After that you throw in the multiple barrel cleaning materials, the larger gun cases and not to mention the walls and walls of trophies ! !

My reloading "room" - which is located in a corner of the garage - might look like that once or twice a year when I get motivated to put everything back where it's supposed to be. But then I can't ever find anything !

Nice carpentry work.
 

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Ok what is in the green bottle with the red top, on the 4th shelf from the left ok it looks like a bottle of wine or another alchol type of bottle maybe it is the secret recipie that you mix with the Annie loads.

By the way nice looking set up.

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