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#6408371 - 08/14/16 09:08 PM Looking for a reloading bench close to DFW
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Something simple that could fit in a small bedroom. Thanks


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#6408995 - 08/15/16 11:56 AM Re: Looking for a reloading bench close to DFW [Re: 68A]
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I bought a Little Giant MT1-2436-42 Steel Top Machine Table, 24" D x 36" W x 42" H (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LY16MQ0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) in April for $111.49 (included tax, shipping was free). It's all steel. The Little Giant tables are available in different heights, widths, and depths. Instead of drilling holes in the top I mounted each piece of equipment to 3/4" Birch plywood which get clamped to the table top. I did this for three reasons: 1) I didn't want to drill the table and 2) I didn't want to commit to drill holes until I was sure where I wanted my equipment and 3) I like having a "dynamic" - swapping out equipment. At this point I've only used my press but it worked fantastic. Another reason for buying this (and not permanently attached equipment) is that I can use it for other purposes when not reloading. I chose the 42" so I can stand or use a stool.
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#6409209 - 08/15/16 02:44 PM Re: Looking for a reloading bench close to DFW [Re: 68A]
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Google 2x4 Basics easily built and torn down to relocate. Sturdy as well, I used 3/4 plywood on the top and bottom decks, cross braced and corner braced as well. I left the middle rock out, but have those modified with cutouts to create a desk like ability to roll a chair up and sit. You can build them how ever you want. Ally keep is the wood and London and short coarse thread drywall screws. Available at Lowe's and Northern Tool

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