Main Menu
Advertisement
Affiliates
Advertisement
Newest Members
tsutton, Atl89, Gettnbirdy, PunchDrunk-Casting, Ben2014
61425 Registered Users
Top Posters
dogcatcher 80262
stxranchman 52092
RWH24 44568
rifleman 44011
BOBO the Clown 41731
BMD 40584
Big Orn 37484
bill oxner 36184
txshntr 34182
sig226fan (Rguns.com) 31063
facebook
Forum Stats
61425 Members
46 Forums
421321 Topics
5817178 Posts

Max Online: 16728 @ 03/25/12 08:51 AM
Topic Options
#6409983 - 08/15/16 08:59 PM Work in progress
68A Offline
Veteran Tracker

Registered: 09/29/12
Posts: 2392
Loc: North Texas


Think I have everything I need. Now I just gotta figure out how to use it all safely. Been reading the manuals but I learn from hands on. Anybody want to mentor the fng?

Top
#6410125 - 08/15/16 09:41 PM Re: Work in progress [Re: 68A]
Mickey Moose Online   content
Veteran Tracker

Registered: 02/05/12
Posts: 2950
I like the bench. A few months ago I was looking for a bench and I think I saw it at Northern Tool(?).

Once you've read your equipment and reloading manuals then start asking questions. We'll work through them with you.

-Mickey
_________________________
* Information Security Ninja
* NRA Endowment Life Member

* In search of 1 or 2 person lease, 3 hours from Plano, Please PM me

Top
#6410217 - 08/15/16 10:32 PM Re: Work in progress [Re: 68A]
kmon1 Online   content
junior

Registered: 09/27/06
Posts: 21060
Loc: Texas
Use almost the same bench for my setup, only mine is a lot older and has half as many drawers. I mounted mind on a plywood base and bolted it to the wall. Had to do the last when doing heavy resizing of the 50BMG. I use several different presses so made some 1'X1' 3/4 inch plywood plated finished to match bench and mounted presses to them with 4 captive nuts in the bench to screw them to for quick change out.
_________________________
Guidelines / Rules of Conduct
http://www.texashuntingforum.com/rules.htm

RULES for using the TRADING POST
http://www.texashuntingforum.com/forum/u..._PO#Post1959111

Top
#6410278 - 08/15/16 11:47 PM Re: Work in progress [Re: 68A]
LSCG Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 08/18/13
Posts: 145
Loc: central Texas
looks like you are well on your way to becoming a reloader, congrats!

best advice I can give you is don't rush and pay close attention to what you are doing. don't listen to the radio or have the TV on or any other distractions. reloading is fun (at least to me) but it can be very dangerous if you slip up.

best of luck and have fun!
_________________________
Jesus gave me everything when he gave me salvation.

Custom Grips----------------------->http://www.lonestarcustomgrips.com/

Top
#6410502 - 08/16/16 08:22 AM Re: Work in progress [Re: 68A]
FiremanJG Online   content
THF Celebrity

Registered: 12/16/08
Posts: 19187
Loc: Wolfe City, TX
Load all that in a box, and come to my place. In the shop I have my 4' X 8' welding table that has bolt holes for a press. And as you know, the rifle range is out the front door of the shop. "Red Snake" came out for a loading class a couple months ago. He's produced legitimate 1/4 MOA ammo for his .280 A. I. since then.
_________________________


800 Yard Steel Rifle Range
Long Range Shooting Instruction
Memberships and Classes Available


Top
#6410506 - 08/16/16 08:24 AM Re: Work in progress [Re: kmon1]
FiremanJG Online   content
THF Celebrity

Registered: 12/16/08
Posts: 19187
Loc: Wolfe City, TX
Originally Posted By: kmon1
Use almost the same bench for my setup, only mine is a lot older and has half as many drawers. I mounted mind on a plywood base and bolted it to the wall. Had to do the last when doing heavy resizing of the 50BMG. I use several different presses so made some 1'X1' 3/4 inch plywood plated finished to match bench and mounted presses to them with 4 captive nuts in the bench to screw them to for quick change out.



Kevin, does one have to put a cheater pipe on the press handle to bump the shoulders on .50 BMG? grin
_________________________


800 Yard Steel Rifle Range
Long Range Shooting Instruction
Memberships and Classes Available


Top
#6410512 - 08/16/16 08:31 AM Re: Work in progress [Re: Mickey Moose]
68A Offline
Veteran Tracker

Registered: 09/29/12
Posts: 2392
Loc: North Texas
Originally Posted By: Mickey Moose
I like the bench. A few months ago I was looking for a bench and I think I saw it at Northern Tool(?).

Once you've read your equipment and reloading manuals then start asking questions. We'll work through them with you.

-Mickey


Yeah, bench is from harbor freight, $150. Not a bad deal, pretty sturdy and heavy. Probably could've saved a few buck building my own.

Top
#6410530 - 08/16/16 08:44 AM Re: Work in progress [Re: FiremanJG]
kmon1 Online   content
junior

Registered: 09/27/06
Posts: 21060
Loc: Texas
Originally Posted By: FiremanJG
Originally Posted By: kmon1
Use almost the same bench for my setup, only mine is a lot older and has half as many drawers. I mounted mind on a plywood base and bolted it to the wall. Had to do the last when doing heavy resizing of the 50BMG. I use several different presses so made some 1'X1' 3/4 inch plywood plated finished to match bench and mounted presses to them with 4 captive nuts in the bench to screw them to for quick change out.



Kevin, does one have to put a cheater pipe on the press handle to bump the shoulders on .50 BMG? grin


Don't have to but it sure makes the job easier, work smarter not hardsr. soap
_________________________
Guidelines / Rules of Conduct
http://www.texashuntingforum.com/rules.htm

RULES for using the TRADING POST
http://www.texashuntingforum.com/forum/u..._PO#Post1959111

Top
#6410743 - 08/16/16 10:49 AM Re: Work in progress [Re: kmon1]
FiremanJG Online   content
THF Celebrity

Registered: 12/16/08
Posts: 19187
Loc: Wolfe City, TX
A creedo I live by more and more, the older and more painful I get.
_________________________


800 Yard Steel Rifle Range
Long Range Shooting Instruction
Memberships and Classes Available


Top
#6411556 - 08/16/16 07:42 PM Re: Work in progress [Re: FiremanJG]
Deerhunter61 Online   content
THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 08/27/08
Posts: 6205
Loc: DFW
Originally Posted By: FiremanJG
A creedo I live by more and more, the older and more painful I get.


This is something I unfortunately know all to well! roflmao

Top



© 2004-2016 OUTDOOR SITES NETWORK all rights reserved USA and Worldwide